Shanghai World Expo Uses NICE IP Video Surveillance

NICE Systems Ltd. recently announced that the NICE IP video surveillance solution has been deployed as part of the overall security measures that will be ensuring the safety and security of visitors to the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, taking place from May 1 through October 31.

The 2010 Shanghai World Expo is expected to generate 70 million visitors over the course of the expo. More than 190 countries and more than 50 international organizations have registered to participate in the Shanghai World Expo, as well as approximately 100 foreign leaders.

The NICE IP video surveillance solution is part of the NICE security offering, which enables the capture of security, safety and operational data from multiple sensors and systems, including audio, video, radio, Web and more.

The solution will be part of the security measures that will be ensuring security at the Expo Site, which spans both sides of the Huangpu River, covering a total area of approximately 5 square kilometers, and the enclosed area and outside areas of support facilities. NICE will also closely monitor the outdoor area of the Expo park, and is integrated with the PTZ control system being used by the CCTV cameras at the Expo.

"Security work within the Expo site was the vital part of preparing the event and will be critical to its success. The NICE solution was implemented as part of the efforts to minimize the risk involved with dealing with large crowds," said Jin Yao Hua, at Hong Cheng Electrical and Mechanical Co. Ltd., NICE's project partner for the Expo. "The authorities must use advanced surveillance technology, and NICE proved itself to be the premier IP video security provider to meet this strategic task."

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