IP Video Surveillance Protects State Mansion in New Delhi

May 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2008, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports that Madhya Pradesh State mansion, the Bhawan mansion in New Delhi, India is protected by an Internet protocol (IP) video surveillance system. The State's Commissioner of Police oversees that there is a need to install a new surveillance system due to multiple security issues including criminal activity, terrorism and the need to counteract corruption. The new system provides both high-quality video and audio surveillance of the mansion.


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