SECURITY: An Elite Anti-Fire System for the 2012 Olympics


LOCOG came under fire (if one can excuse the pun!) recently, for failure to budget appropriately for Security provisions for the Games. Such a provision would have included significant provision for fire-related activity. Although LOCOG have now revised their original budget to better cater for security and fire concerns, they may have been relying additionally on the major financial investments that the Government had recently made in the development of a £1bn network of fire centres, powered by impressive IT systems costing a cool £2m.


Authors Elesa Argent
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