Last year, Teleste built a smart and safe bus stop at the Nokia Campus in Espoo, Finland, as a part of the LuxTurrim5G ecosystem. The innovative bus stop has been designed to improve safety and security for public places through Teleste’s Connected Zone concept that was launched in 2018. With the new bus stops the project also anticipates the pilot of an autonomous bus route that is being planned for this summer as a part of the LuxTurrim5G test network.
In line with Thailand government’s plan to develop the nation into a digital economy, Teleste Corporation will facilitate the development of digital Smart Campus video applications in Thailand, together with Prince of Songkla University and a local system integrator Point IT Consulting. The parties have established an MoU aiming at the creation of new innovative digital services through the installation of technologies such as video management, video image analytics, situational awareness and Internet of Things.
Teleste Corporation reveals that its S-AWARE® platform has been selected by Helsinki City Transport (“Helsingin kaupungin liikenneliikelaitos”) to drive improved situational awareness and safer travelling across the Helsinki metro system. The deployment of the platform will be started in 2019 and the project will be carried out in several phases and be completed the end of the year 2020. The total value of the deployment will be more than two million euros.
Teleste Corporation will launch a new solution for situational awareness and incident management at Securex 2018 in Poland. The solution, called S-AWARE®, has been designed to expand the scope of traditional security and operations control systems by harnessing them with a new layer of data analytics and intelligence. The solution provides operating personnel with a powerful tool to sharpen their decision-making process by taking advantage of versatile types of data from a variety of sources.
Logan City in South East Queensland, Australia recently opened a $1.3 million CCTV surveillance center that uses facial recognition technology to monitor troublemakers, criminals, and burst water mains, according to a report by The Register. Over the past decade, the program has expanded from nine CCTVs to more than 300. The system operates on the Teleste video management system, which is also being used in Paris and Sweden, as well as in Austria’s national transport and roadways.
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will be participating in the Teleste Video Surveillance Summit in Dubai on December 7, 2014. Focused around the deployments of surveillance systems in urban environments, the summit will demonstrate the latest technologies and innovations available to solve today’s challenges in Middle Eastern cities. Organized by Finnish technology company Teleste Corporation, the summit will highlight PSIM for Safer Cities, trends in IP camera technology, microwave transmission in urban environments, technical integration in project planning, and analytics in the urban environment.