Tonight, a beautiful city full of exciting is ready to attract the attention from all around the world. Kaliningrad—Russia’s western-most city, the important Baltic seaport and its gateway to Europe—will host its first FIFA World Cup match. Uniview, the world's leading video surveillance manufacturer, delivered advanced network cameras for the city’s surveillance system to protect everyone can enjoy the fun with security in whole Kaliningrad City.
Considering over 1.5 million tourists and fans visiting Russia during FIFA World Cup, the public security of all citizens, players, and visitors will be the most important concern and a real big challenge.
In the case, Uniview provides hundreds of high level network cameras with world-class video surveillance technology all around the Kaliningrad city, which covered main roads, transportation hubs and hot areas with massive passenger flow. All cameras are able to provide fluent and clear video both day and night with highly encrypted data security at the same time, which contributed to multiple cutting-edge features such as optical network transmission, double frame rate (60 fps), strong light suppression and starlight super low illumination sensitivity and so on. In this project, Uniview insists on product quality and reliability as always. With IP67 and special reliability design, all cameras can work in harsh -55℃ environment even, which is especially suitable for the application in Russia. In order to improve the efficiency, UNV cameras also embedded with different smart AI functions, such as face detection, people counting, intrusion detection, crossing line detection, etc., helping to manage and react in time when any emergency occurs.
Nowadays, Kaliningrad is not the only city that takes the advantage of Uniview’s advanced surveillance technology and AI solution. As one of top 6 manufacturers in global market, Uniview owns 14 years experiences of IP video surveillance and has delivered high value solutions to more than 140 countries. In the future, we will never stop providing new technologies and better products to more and more global customers.