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How the SPS Express aims to improve security in Dubai

Dubai Police is testing a new technology called the SPS-Express as part of its efforts to ensure highest levels of safety and security

How the SPS Express aims to improve security in Dubai
The emergency phone towers feature HD CMOS camera, night vision, video and audio talk, remote monitor and broadcast, alarm integration and is vandal proof.

Dubai Police is testing a new technology called the SPS-Express as part of its efforts to ensure highest levels of safety and security to all residents.

The emergency phone towers feature HD CMOS camera, night vision, video and audio talk, remote monitor and broadcast, alarm integration and is vandal proof.

It also features various connection modes including 4G LTE and Wi-Fi.

Brigadier Ali Ghanim, director of Al Muraqqabat Police Station, said the new technology features an emergency phone tower developed by Dahua Technology and reflects Dubai Police’s keenness to seek all technological innovations to improve police work.

Ghanim said that once approved, the SPS-Express will be installed across the emirate at airports, parks, souqs, and key locations to help the public connect with Dubai Police officers in case of emergencies.

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