NICE Gets More Orders from European National Rail Operator
February 06, 2008
By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor
NICE Systems (News - Alert), a global provider of advanced solutions that "enable organizations to extract Insight from Interactions to drive performance," has announced that they received a 7-digit order for their digital video surveillance solution from a major European national rail infrastructure operator.
Through the use of NICE's solution, the operator will improve security and surveillance.
The new order is also an expansion to an existing implementation of NICE Inform, multi-media command and control solution, which the company notes is being used by the operator to ensure all interactions between signal operators and train drivers are captured and stored in compliance with strict corporate policy.
The NiceVision video security solution will be deployed in seven rail stations and provide them with visibility to better understand the full context and cause of safety and security related incidents.
"We are very proud to leverage on the strong relationship with this strategic customer in its new initiative of protecting the public," said Israel Livnat, President, Security Group, NICE Systems Ltd. in a statement to the press.
"NICE is the first to offer a comprehensive, integrated, multi-media--audio and video, command and control solution. This win further substantiates our strategy for offering a unique, complete solution to mass transit system operators and other public authorities all over the world, in their efforts to ensure the safety and security of the public."
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