MONITORING THE TERRITORY
DABsi’s model for territorial security guarantees constant and prompt monitoring of roads, main arteries, intersections, bridges and entrances to control the flow of traffic, facilitate rapid intervention in the event of an accident, detect possible illegal acts and manage potentially harmful natural events.
Control of the territory is managed by the operations centres, the heart of the security model, where data, images and videos are acquired through an open, scalable and technological platform, before being analysed and recorded by a network of sensors that links all the monitored areas.
The platform features modules which integrate and communicate with other systems, both internal and external. This means that license plate recognition systems and fixed location cameras used for vehicle monitoring, for example, are interfaced with the DMV or criminal record system for checks and investigations.
These systems also allow the collection of statistical traffic data, the monitoring of access to restricted traffic areas and the optimisation of traffic light control.
The operations centre manages alarm events via the platform, coordinating the intervention of law enforcement units, as well as two-way interaction in real time with the public through infomobility systems.
The ability to analyse and correlate this information makes it possible to implement Advanced Integrated Safety logic and to optimise the operator monitoring process by assigning each event an overall and multidimensional risk factor.