HCL Security, a subsidiary of HCL Infosystems, India's premier systems integration company has chosen Barco to be the visualization partner in a project to set up a new Command, Control, Communication, Computing and Intelligence (C4i) center in Delhi. The project, due to be completed this month, is to provide a sophisticated surveillance system for communication with Delhi patrol officers during the Commonwealth Games 2010.
“We selected Barco for its state-of-the-art solution, advanced technology and local service and support. We appreciate Barco's quick response and efforts to execute this project on time, and we look forward to working on more projects with them in the future,” said Rothin Bhattacharya, CEO, HCL Security.
The C4i center will benefit from Barco's latest LED-based technology, consisting of 16 50” display cubes along with two 46” Narrow-bezel LCD monitors and the control room management suite. Nearly 1,000 police control room (PCR) vans, 12 police video monitoring vehicles and 700 other monitoring vehicles are to be linked to the center. Live feeds from cameras will be displayed at the center, and threat information including color-coded in red, yellow or green, according to the severity of the threat will be flashed across the screens. Any suspicious movement, or an emergency, will be spotted at the center and relayed to the local police.
“Barco's technology is being used to ensure the safety of people in more than 100 metropolitan areas throughout the world. We are proud and honored to contribute to the safety of Delhi during the Commonwealth Games 2010,” said Nalin Advani, MD of Barco India.