City officials are deploying metropolitan-wide surveillance solutions to protect and safeguard citizens. This solutions help to deter crime and vandalism as well as protecting against terrorism. Surveillance data is also used to move past traditional security uses to make cities smarter.

Deploying a city-wide surveillance solution means installing hundreds or even thousands of devices to monitor public gathering sites, intersections, streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks, buildings and parking areas. The combination of this devices and advanced analytics do not only enable city officials to monitor public areas better. The collected data is also used for analyzing the challenges the city is facing with regard to traffic management, energy use and waste reduction.

City surveillance for town safety, perimeter monitoring, public parking and city transportation to manage the infrastructure, resources and urban planning. Wide area surveillance with high resolution IP cameras, vandal-resistant including night vision. Traffic management and public monitoring with intelligent video search and analysis like license plate recognition and face detection. Operational efficiency with smart AI search tools to reduce time searching for specific events.

Municipalities need to ensure citizen safety in various environments while being conscious of public budgets. An open, compatible and flexible system architecture is of main importance in a city surveillance environment. It not only enables easy integration into existing security management systems but also delivers the flexibility to start with a smaller deployment and scale-up over time if budgets allow.

Aicuda Technology is a trusted partner in the delivery of city surveillance solutions. With an ongoing commitment to industry standards like ONVIF and a strong ecosystem partner network Aicuda solutions can be easily integrated into third party systems. City officials rely on Aicuda intelligent video surveillance solutions to help protect the safety of citizens, visitors and local businesses.