Dahua Technology is celebrating its recent deployment at the 2016 summer Olympic and Paralympic games, where the company’s video surveillance technology was widely used to protect the welfare of audiences and athletes.

In support of the immense $895 million security investment involving 85,000 personnel, Dahua’s cameras were required to deliver high definition images with intelligent video analytics, which are necessary for the effective monitoring of high foot traffic flows.

Dahua provided a total of 1823 high-resolution IP, dome, and 30x optical zoom pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras for the project, supported by full technical and commercial backup including settings configuration, operator training and integration with third-party platforms. HD video from the cameras was fed through a private network to surveillance hubs inside the Olympic Park and the Rio de Janeiro Operation Centre, where individuals and objects could clearly be monitored in the effort to safeguard spectators and athletes.

The Dahua total security solution assisted authorities in identifying medical emergencies, vandalism and other situations where a response team was required. Its cameras supported intelligent alert functionality, which detects abandoned or missing objects, unauthorised entry into prohibited areas and other defined activities. In addition, the multi-streaming capabilities allowed images to be recorded and monitored in real-time high resolution, giving operators a high definition view of both live and recorded footage.

The Dahua range of high performance security products is backed by Habitech’s commitment to regular hands-on training, readily available stock, pre and post-sales support and system specification.

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