Big cities demand effective road traffic management solutions. In collaboration with Sony India, Indore Police has installed a total of 210 SNC-CH120, SNC-CH240 and ER580 security cameras as part of the city’s automated Red Light Violation Detection system. The cameras are integrated with a system that automatically generates electronic penalty notices (e-Challans), helping Indore Police reduce offending rates and improve road safety.
Sony PTZ cameras were selected as part of Parramatta City Council’s CitySafe project to assist in the safety of citizens in one of Australia’s busiest Central Business Districts. CitySafe was a project that was created by the Council for city surveillance notably for the incident-heavy times of public events. The security cameras have become an important tool allowing police and the courts to prosecute unlawful conduct and a driver of human behaviour by discouraging anti-social behaviour.
The Asahicho Commerce Club installed 12 security cameras in five locations – which has subsequently contributed to a lower recorded crime level.
Public safety is currently one of the top priorities of municipal management in Ate, Lima, led by the Mayor, Oscar Benavides. To this end, 132 sets of Sony SNC-RS86N security cameras were installed to monitor the district in order to reinforce security throughout the jurisdiction.
With a population of over 2.2 million people, Indore is the biggest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The city’s Police Department has installed 37 Sony IP cameras to support traffic surveillance and general law enforcement. Now Sony security cameras are helping keep a watchful eye over drivers and pedestrians in the bustling Indian city of Indore.
Between 2008 and 2014, video surveillance in the French city of Vichy witnessed constant evolution with Sony security cameras, increasing from four camera units to the 96 camera units that are installed today. Starting from the monitoring of the centre of the city and at its main entrances, now they are installed in municipal underground car park as well as school entrances, working alongside the city's police services.
The City of Allentown strives to be a safe place to live, work and play. Allentown uses over 100 Sony cameras to view, record and analyze activities in selected areas throughout the city.