NEC showcases safer cities concept at IFSEC 2011


NEC, a network, communications and IT company, has
showcased its public safety and security solutions focusing on the concept of
safer cities at IFSEC in New Delhi.


Themed We Make Cities
Safer, NEC will showcase how governments and businesses can use
technologies to safeguard lives and property.


NEC solutions assist public institutions in the management of people movements
across and within borders, enforcement of law and order within a territory,
protection of public facilities and vital installations, and ensuring order in
the virtual world.


NEC is a
leading global biometric technologies and solutions provider, where we deliver
the most advanced and comprehensive suite of integrated security solutions
including multi-biometric identification,

access gates, video surveillance, cyber security and behavior pattern analysis for governments and authorities worldwide,”
said
Tan Boon Chin, managing director at
NEC Asia Pacific’s Regional
Competency Centre for Public Safety.


Over the last 30 years, NEC has installed its world’s fastest and most accurate1 biometric
identification systems for more than 480 customers in over 30 countries.

 

India is expected to be a great market for safe city
solutions with 7 announced projects to be completed in the next 10 years.
Fostered by the national government, a major Safe City project is expected to
be implemented in 6 major states across the country from 2011-2012, according
to Frost & Sullivan
.
 


As a technology partner, NEC’s vision is to bring its
cutting edge technologies to help government and businesses achieve/realize
this safe city framework.


The public safety and identity solutions business in
India has tremendous potential. Our cities are gold mines of heritage,
architecture, culture and human wealth. Smart safe city initiative by the
Government is a step in the right direction to and we at NEC India recognize
this need and offer a wide range of public safety, security and surveillance
solutions which can be seamlessly integrated into new or existing security
systems and build a safer nation,” said Rajiv Bhalla, associate vice president
& country head, Sales & Marketing, NEC India.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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