The new museum, located in the federal capital of the United Arab Emirates, has more than four hundred network surveillance cameras to protect visitors and works of art.
Opened early last November in Abu Dhabi, on the island of Saadiyat where other important cultural and entertainment centres are located, the new museum Louvre Abu Dhabi is the result of the collaboration agreement signed by the French Government and the Paris Museum for thirty years with those responsible for this emirate.
Designed by Jean Nouvel, this facility has an area of 24.000 M², highlighting its huge dome or silver metal dome, of 180 meters and formed by about 8.000 openings in the form of Arab-themed metal stars that filter sunlight and control temperature, that stands above the desert sand and seems to float in this area of the Persian Gulf, To 40 meters above sea level.
In order to protect visitors and works of art from all over the world, the leaders of the new museum have entrusted the security systems in the manufacturer Davantis, with the installation of more than four hundred network surveillance cameras.
All Davantis security systems integrate video analytics and perimeter protection with this manufacturer's own technology.
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