Video Surveillance System for the Taipei Police Department's Command and Control Center
Taipei City Police Department
From April 2009
to December 2016
Type of Services
Planning, Design and Construction Supervision
Responding to the needs to protect the people's lives and property, Taipei City has installed 13,699 surveillance cameras at 11,500 key locations on the city's street network.
Used in conjunction with video storage, viewing and intelligent image processing technology installed at the Taipei City Police Department's central office, and its 14 branches and 94 police stations, these cameras
offer live remote views of locations throughout the city,
provide license plate recognition, and
aid investigations by providing access to historical footage.
They make it easy for the police to quickly and effectively determine what has transpired at a location, thus aiding in criminal investigations and helping to assign responsibility for accidents.
CECI carried out the engineering planning and design for this video surveillance system establishing its network platform and architecture and following up with construction supervision services overseeing its installation and commissioning for operations.