Unified video monitoring system to appear in Belarus

Unified video monitoring system to appear in Belarus

A unified video monitoring system may appear in Belarus. The President of Belarus and the Minister of the Interior discussed it last week. This trend is an integral part of public securityin many countries.

Nowadays, this highly intelligent system helps not only to detect and to prevent crimes, but also to conduct research in sociology and road management.

Many people use the Minsk metro every day. Nevertheless, cameras monitor safety. If suddenly you have some troubles and you are in the sight of cameras, staff will help you in a few minutes.

These cameras actually provide security. There are practically no dead zones. Situation Centre of the Minsk subway is one of the first who monitors all metro stations online.

Viktor Valyukevich, head of the Situation Centre of the Minsk subway:
One day, man felt ill and he began to move to the rails at Yakub Kolas station. And at this point this information has already been transferred to the administration of this station and the man received assistance.

Such cameras are also installed in urban transport.

Konstantin Gololobov, head of the safety traffic department of the state enterprise Minsktrans:
Of course, this system is important. We plan to equipall transport with this system. A whole new transport that we purchase will have this video monitoring system.

Viktor Valyukevich, head of the Situation Centre of the Minsk subway:
We can zoom in or enlarge the image. There is one more advantage of this system. The archive is stored for more than 30 days.

Technologies have gone far ahead. Emergency situation will be spotted by the camera in seconds.

It does not matter whether it is the metro, public transport or in shops.