Published on 16 July, 2014
Norbain is pleased to announce that it can now offer VIVOTEK’s Speed Dome Network Camera (SD8363E
) which has been deployed to aid the Brazilian military safeguarding the matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
In order to protect players and fans alike across all of the stadiums, the Brazil government dispatched one of its military brigades, the Special Operations Command (COPESP), to establish security. Alongside VIVOTEK’s state-of-the-art 1080p Full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E, COPESP employed its professional intelligent military platform to monitor movement inside and outside of the stadiums.
VIVOTEK’s SD8363E has several advanced features including exceptional frame rate, extreme weatherproofing, IP66- and NEMA 4X-rated housing, WDR Pro technology, and 360°continuous pan and 220° extended tilt range. It’s these features that make the SD8363E especially ideal for monitoring wide open spaces like stadiums.
Claudio Freitas, the Colonel of COPESP, comments: “The World Cup is an international event. We knew that the entire world would be watching, so the real-time security control is crucial. My COPESP personnel, with the professional intelligent military platform and VIVOTEK’s cameras, did an amazing job ensuring that the venues were a safe place to enjoy a football match.”
Steve Ma, Executive VP at VIVOTEK, comments: “Large open venues like football stadiums are potential targets for terrorist attacks. Thus, it is crucial to have real-time security control over the entire event, seamlessly protecting the players and also the audience with an advanced surveillance system. VIVOTEK is honoured that our latest speed dome network camera SD8363E, with high-level reliability and top-notch image quality, supports COPESP to ensure security at the World Cup.”