World Expo 2010 deploys more than 2,700 IP and analog cameras

Surveillance solutions manufacturer Infinova announced Thursday that more than 2,700 of its analog and IP cameras have been installed by the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China.

In addition to the show itself, cameras were also at installed at roads leading from docks, as well as airports and railroad stations as part of the project. It is expected that the event, which opened in May and runs through the end of October, will draw between 70 million and 100 million visitors from around the globe.

"It is very gratifying to be selected to help protect one of the world’s most visible venues," said Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president of marketing. "The Expo features one of the largest coexistent analog and digital surveillance systems in the world and we are honored to take such an active role in creating it. It is especially gratifying to have so many differing products be included in so many projects throughout the grounds."

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