A cutting-edge security system for Stade de France
Upgrade and improvement of CCTV system at Stade de France stadium in Saint Denis, just north of Paris.
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existing cameras reintegrated into the new system
Bouygues Energies & Services is bolstering security at sporting and cultural events at Stade de France with a made-to-measure service that includes:
- The upgrading and modernisation of the CCTV system to anticipate, identify and monitor incidents at all times
- Improved views and surveillance of all spectators thanks to deployment of new, specially-adapted cameras (retractable or long-range)
- Reintegration of around 100 existing cameras into the new CCTV system, strengthening overall security
- Use of a high-performance man-machine interface that can identify individual spectators in the stands enabling security teams to react rapidly
- Workstations dedicated to identification
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