Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

325 Cameras for Securing Al-Abdiyyah University City



The General Administration of Projects at Umm Al-Qura University approved the running of 325 surveillance cameras in the buildings of Al-Abdiyyah University City as the first phase of security steps taken by the university, after the repair and maintenance of all the surveillance cameras at the external and internal borders. The second phase will be completed by including all the university's branches.

The supervisor of the activities of the UQU Vice Presidency for Branches and Project Management, Dr. Muhammad Al-Hazimi, today visited the Center of Security Surveillance in Al-Abdyiyyah, accompanied by the Project Management Director, Engineer Muhammad Baneh, and the Director of the University Security Department, Mr. Nabil Madin.

Dr. Al-Hazimi affirmed that the project was completed with the state-of-the-art technologies, and will be connected, within the second phase, to the university's branches in Jamoum, Al-Leith, Adham, and Al-Qunfudhah. It will then be connected to the Unified Operations Center 911.

On his part, Engineer Muhammad Baneh pointed out that there are 325 surveillance cameras that now work efficiently, after being maintained. These cameras are distributed all over the colleges, utilities and squares of the UQU in Al-Abdiyyah, and are connected together to the Unified Operations Center, being equipped with all the technological capabilities. He remarked that the infrastructure of the center had been prepared in order to be ready for work.

Mr. Nabil Madin said that the operations center was equipped with all the modern technologies to ensure the quality of the security surveillance activities, around the clock, of all the university's utilities. In addition, these technologies enable the operations center to monitor the traffic flow and manage it instantly. He added that the wireless communication systems of the squares' cameras and construction cameras were replaced by modern manufactured systems to improve security measures.

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