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Protecting Morelos’ citizens via enhanced situational awareness


To protect its citizenry and commerce in light of a recent upsurge in criminal activity, the state government of Morelos, Mexico, created a model called “Mando Unico” (Single Command), based on a system of police administration and operations that concentrates all preventive state and municipal corporations into a single entity. In addition to reorganizing its public safety infrastructure, the State upgraded its collaborative visualization technology platform to enhance situational awareness across Morelos, with a Barco solution as the centerpiece.

Enhancing services and decision-making


To facilitate coordination of all agencies responsible for safety and provide emergency services, the State developed the “C5” facility for Coordination, Command, Control, Communications and Computing. The center boasts the latest technology platforms, such as the telecommunications network, radio network, information systems as well as emergency services, civil and corporate security, municipalities.

Advanced visualization and management


The government installed 1,000+ surveillance cameras which are monitored using a 5x3 Barco OverView OL-721 series video wall with the assistance of AV integrator ItalSystems. The wall offers innovative features such as NoGap technology, eliminating the spaces between cube screens, and Barco’s innovative Sense6 sensor capability that automatically calibrates optimal brightness and color, over time and across the entire display. Its active liquid cooling system lowers LED temperature resulting in >80,000 hour lifetime!

For the crisis room, penitentiary surveillance and NOC and SOC services, the State deployed several NSL-4621 near-seamless LCD video walls, offering high brightness, lower-heat output and a space-saving design.

All of these solutions are managed by Barco’s TransForm N controllers combined with CMS-200 Control Room Management suite software (V. 2.7), enabling users to display and share content – including Perspectives (a grouping of sources) – among all video walls in the facility over the IP network. CMS 200 software facilitates access to video, images and data, allowing operators to connect and confi gure information in the most meaningful and effi cient way. The result: a true networked visualization platform that ensures scalability for the future.

A model for public safety and security


This facility represents a common effort by the authorities as a result of a new administration, creating a new model to be replicated in other regions.