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Dahua megapixel surveillance system helps Bacau County improve safety and security
Dahua megapixel surveillance system helps Bacau County improve safety and security
The finalised solution consists of nearly 200 units of Dahua megapixel network cameras and speed domes
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Moinesti, a city in Bacau County, Romania, recently upgraded its municipal surveillance system for the sake of its safety improvement and criminality prevention by installing Dahua Megapixel surveillance system. With strong support from Dahua’s local distributor and system integrator, KMW Systems and Mobilis, the project has been successfully implemented to safeguard city of Moinesti.

Monitoring multiple sites

The challenge of this project is covering multiple monitoring sites from roads, parks, schools and public areas alike. These sites have one thing in common which is open areas and it requires a monitoring centre to manage hundreds of network cameras and to process and store massive data flows as well as to respond quickly if any incident or unusual signals occur.

Meanwhile, when choosing cameras, several factors were taken into consideration, such as detailed image quality, outdoor environment and variations of monitoring backgrounds; the suitable lens applied to the network camera is also a big concern.

Without a doubt, the IP solution is definitely the answer to all the challenges. Therefore, the whole project lays importance on three dimensions — IP data transmission, video surveillance devices and central management software (CMS).

Monitoring centre optimises police operations

The monitoring centre is situated in the local police department whereas hundreds of megapixel cameras are managed and mass data volume is centrally processed
The project is covering multiple monitoring sites from roads, parks, schools and public areas alike

The finalised solution consists of nearly 200 units of Dahua megapixel network cameras and speed domes, a pair of high-channel network video recorders as well as 11 units of network keyboards.

The monitoring centre is situated in the local police department where hundreds of megapixel cameras are managed and mass data volume is centrally processed and stored. The office uses seven units of Dahua servers equipped with a quad-core processing chip and HDDs of high capacity to run Dahua CMS and NVRs, in order to fully ensure the smooth operation, data safety and system stability. Meanwhile, the bureau adopts 7 units of 42-inch 1080p LCD video-walls to take control of all on-going images. At the transmission front, optic fibre is featured in the project as physical support for data transmission while the auxiliary devices are wirelessly deployed.

A local municipal official pointed out that the project is designed to combat crimes in an effective and friendly way, which also leads to an optimisation of police operations. “The municipal government has received quite a lot credits from our citizens since the deployment of the project,” unnamed official added.

"Through this project, it demonstrates Dahua’s HD network solution is lived up to high standards that city of Moinesti requires,” said Michael Chen, Vice President of Dahua Technology. “With ample city surveillance projects in China, we surely have the capabilities for the projects alike.”

"Our HD network solution includes front-end, back-end as well as TV wall, given that our products and technologies are differentiating with other suppliers can offer,” added Chen. “We will continue to offer solution-based solution to our customers not only for city surveillance projects but also other vertical markets, such as retail, hotel and transportation.”

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