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How can a Smart City respond to an incident on the street? 1. A bystander sees an incident and presses the panic button. 2. The call centre responds to the bystander. The incident location is displayed on the map. 3. Smart cameras automatically rotate 360° to check the surrounding area for criminal activity. Another camera is directed at the victim. 4. Connected lights snap on to fully light the whole area. 5. An alert is sent to emergency services with all the relevant information and a real-time video feed so they can respond appropriately. 6. Emergency services address the public through the loudspeakers Please leave the area and go indoors . 7. The blue light ring flashes to guide emergency services to the exact location of the incident.

Case 1 A person feels insecure in public space

Some concrete cases The possibilities are endless, but these cases provide some scenarios to make your city or site a safer place to be. Whether it is intrusion control, smart parking or emergency interventions, a smart combination of Shuffle modules will take care of it. Or use the modular columns to analyse how your spaces are used, to adapt your services and interventions accordingly.

How can a University respond to someone trying to break into a campus building at night? 1. Cameras identify movement at a place and time when no-one should be there. 2. Connected lights snap on to fully light the area. 3. The light ring on the column starts flashing. 4. Smart surveillance cameras automatically turn to capture video. 5. The intruder receives an automatic warning you have been detected, please leave this protected area . 6. An alert is sent to the police with all the relevant information and a real-time video feed so they can respond appropriately.

Case 2 Protection against intruders

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