France's Rouen Transit Authority Selects Networked Video

September 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2006, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p131
Trade Publication
The article reports that the transit authority in Rouen, France has deployed the networked video solution of Verint Video Solutions. It is use to ensure a safe and secure travel environment for tourists and local residents in the city. Since Rouen, is one of the country's most historic cities, it attracts several visitors from around the globe every year. Its city-wide system of buses and trams transports around 58 million passengers annually to various destinations.


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