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2/6/2013 05:45 PM EST
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Penny H.
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Video wall for highway tunnel security
Penny H.   8/13/2013 4:29:52 AM
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Another case of using 24/7 Surveillance for improving highway tunnel security is another interesting example, let us know video wall can do more than we thought before. 

"A large system integrator customer in China submitted a bid for a highway tunnel surveillance control room project which comprised of a video surveillance system, an emergency operations system, a vehicle recognition system, and a traffic management system. And crucially at the center, a video wall was needed in the main control room that was able to display all data and video coming from these systems in real time, with advanced warning capabilities that could draw an operators'attention to the most critical images." 

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