Time was, India did just about no business with Israel or Israeli companies. Now, it’s relying on that nation’s NICE Systems for some $5 million in security solutions for its Parliament House—which was attacked by Islamist terrorists in 2001.
India’s Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), NICE’s strategic partner and the project’s prime contractor, will be implementing the system.
It’s based on the NICE Situator situation management solution that integrates multiple security and safety systems into a single, holistic operational view and enhances real-time response by automating procedures and information sharing.
The deal also includes IP video surveillance with advanced video analytics and NICE Inform for multimedia incident information management.
?In light of the recent increase in global terrorism, we need to ensure that we have the best technologies and processes in place to protect one of India’s most cherished icons, our Parliament House, the elected officials and government employees who work there, as well as its visitors,” said Sandeep Salunke, Director of Parliament Security. “The NICE solution will improve our situational awareness by giving us a unified view of our security situation across the entire Parliament complex. It will also enable us to proactively respond to potential security and safety threats. We look forward to working with the NICE team on our security needs.”
?The selection of NICE was based on its ability to provide a pre-integrated portfolio of security solutions, which integrate multiple sensors and inputs including high-end video surveillance cameras, acoustic and intrusion sensors, fire detection, 3D maps and more, into a situational awareness management platform that enables real-time action and event management, as well as post-event investigation and debriefing.
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