ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, - The Abu Dhabi Monitoring and Control Centre, ADMCC, has announced the launch of the 'Falcon Eye' system, throughout the city of Abu Dhabi, including Abu Dhabi International Airport, the main islands, and Bani Yas and Mussaffah areas.

The system is a complete central system that receives a live feed from visual surveillance equipment, installed across the city. It displays data in an integral system that provides smart warnings and allows quick access to any

untoward events and incidents.

Major General Mohammed Khalfan Al Romaithi, Commander-in-Chief of Abu Dhabi Police and ADMCC Board Chairman, said that the system was, "Part of the vision of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, to pursue its efforts to build a confident and safe society, and a sustainable and globally open and competitive economy."

The system offers other functions and features that correspond with the needs of key ADMCC partners on the service and security levels.

The Falcon Eye system links thousands of cameras spread across the city of Abu Dhabi, as well as, thousands of other cameras installed at vital facilities and buildings in the emirate, via an electronic interface, based on smart

analysis, and case by case warnings that call for action from relevant entities.

The system will help facilitate notifications and contribute to providing an electronic method to observe events, and monitor and limit violations.

It would also help control roads by monitoring traffic violations, such as illegal parking, and the misuse of roads, and by helping to deal with traffic accidents.

The system will also monitor significant behaviours in the city, such as, public hygiene, and human assemblies in non-dedicated areas.

Source: Name News Network