During the recent edition of MWC 2016, the company has presented together with its partners a solution center of intelligent cities and Safe City to develop multidimensional security systems, in order to help Governments prevent crisis, manage emergencies and reduce crime rates.
Increasingly place more incidents on public safety, so ensure maximum protection has become a priority for leaders. The development of the safety in cities has gone from a period of incubation, based on video surveillance systems, to a stage of rapid growth, covering the integrated management.
To help improve the safety of cities, Huawei He has presented during MWC 2016, yesterday closed its doors at the Fira de Barcelona with record attendance, an innovative solution of Safe City, leveraging the ability of ICT which allow 'view and collaborate', two fundamental elements to build safe cities.
Visual command convergent solution
During the MWC, Huawei has partnered with Hexagon to show the first visual command convergent solution, lets you view the scenario in case of accident and provides resources for emergency management to unify commands based on a geographic information system (GIS).
This solution favors further collaboration between different departments, through the interconnecting fluid video (surveillance, videoconferencing, mobile telephony and main terminals); audio (eLTE broadband backbone systems, narrow-band Tetra and public network) e information (GIS and text messages).
For a better operation of the solution, Huawei also has a multilevel cloud platform and interregional, that has become a landmark in video-sharing since, taking advantage of distributed caching technology, It is capable of responding in a matter of seconds and supports up to 10.000 simultaneous viewings.
Broadband backbone systems are another key component to ensure public safety. Huawei eLTE backbone broadband solution is coupled to a single network eLTE, that in turn rests on a base station that can support loads of up to twenty-seven channels of video, as well as its distribution in real time. It also allows to manage incidents across multiple mobile platforms, at any time and place.
Safe City of Huawei solutions have been deployed all over the world. For example, the company helped to improve public safety in Kenya, through safety programs involving: computer aided design systems (CAD); backbone broadband systems eLTE, video surveillance and intelligent analysis (license plate recognition and identification of traffic offences).
As reflected in the annual report of 2015 Kenya Police, the crime rate in the regions that had these systems was reduced in a 46%, compared with the same period last year.
Open Safe City ecosystem
Huawei is committed to collaborate with industry leaders to build an ecosystem Safe City open. As a provider of ICT infrastructures, partnered with Hexagon, Safe City software provider, to provide complete solutions to users.
This ecosystem is being driven by Huawei and multitude of partners, including consulting firms (BCG and Accenture), systems integrators (Safaricom, Tyco and NCS) and software vendors (Hexagon, Milestone, SAP, iOmniscient, Promad and AgentVi).
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