Many city officials around the world are purchasing centralized surveillance management systems to better protect their communities. Large cities require more resources to handle threats such as vehicle theft, pickpockets, assaults, gang violence and shootings. Award-winning XProtect® video management software can improve overall public safety by reducing response times and providing law enforcement agencies with the ability to handle emergencies in a more effective way.
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The area surrounding the train station in Aigle, Switzerland had been the scene of frequent urban violence, requiring a strong police presence. To prevent vandalism and to ensure a higher level of security for travelers, authorities acquired an IP video surveillance system. Leading camera technology and XProtect video management software make it possible to clearly identify possible perpetrators, which has resulted in several delinquent arrests.
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Beverly Hills has a population of 35,000 residents and hosts an average of 300,000 visitors everyday. Beverly Hills is also home to several high-profile residents, from celebrities and foreign diplomats to very successful business executives. The high-profile city has a goal to become the smartest, safest and most sustainable city in the country. To help achieve its goal, the city integrated XProtect surveillance software with several municipal functions, including fire, police, recreation and public works departments.
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The Copenhagen suburb of Brøndby has 35,000 citizens and 3,500 public sector employees. Recently it was decided that all public institutions in the municipality must have video surveillance installed within the next few years. The objective is to ensure the safety of all schools and childcare facilities, protect libraries against vandalism and deter other criminal incidents. The mayor chose XProtect video surveillance software because he concluded that the surveillance system needed to be digital, scalable, easy-to-use and capable of integrating with additional security systems in the future.