Guayaquil approves an agreement for the purchase of 15,000 security cameras

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Quito, Oct 6 (EFE) .- The Municipal Council of Guayaquil unanimously approved this Wednesday an inter-institutional cooperation agreement for a contribution of around 33 million dollars with which to finance a security plan that includes the installation of 15,000 new cameras of security.

The agreement between the Municipality and the Corporación para la Seguridad Ciudadana de Guayaquil (CSCG) consists of an economic contribution for the execution of the Automated Monitoring and Alert System Service for Capture, Transmission, Storage and Analysis of Audio and Video Information with Analytics Automatic Data.

The mayor Cynthia Viteri explained that the disbursement will be made in parts over the next four years, to acquire 15,000 security cameras with artificial intelligence to support the National Police.

Christian Chérrez, general manager of the CSCG, explained that the resources that 3,750 cameras will be equipped with artificial intelligence and through the leasing modality.

These are devices that automatically detect unusual behavior and send alerts to aid agencies, with a storage capacity of up to 30 days, according to the statement.

(c) EFE Agency

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