Smart physical security technologies in cities include technologies designed to protect citizens against crime and provide crisis management. Collecting, monitoring, analyzing data provided by CCTV and sensors and foreseeing potential security threats are some examples.

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Reduction of human error

  • Efficient security management
  • Central control and quick decision making
  • Protecting systems from unauthorized access
  • Management of authorized personnel access to systems
  • Management of system procurement, development and maintenance


  • Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)

Physical security information management (PSIM) is a software platform in which many associated security applications and devices run integrated and are controlled through a single, comprehensive user interface. Data are collected and associated from different security devices and information systems (video, access control, sensors, analyzers, networks, building systems, etc.) available to identify and proactively solve security incidents. This system collects data from security devices, analyzes alarms, warnings and events, establishes a suitable environment for solutions, reports and audits according to standards, standards.

  • Public Security Answering Point (PSAP)

the operation control center is a system in which Emergency calls are directed and terminated on a common platform across all national networks. Through this system, the assigned activities are managed, the information is collected, evaluated and the related services are coordinated. System assets may include firefighting, protection or rescue of important assets, medical and technical rescue services for civil protection, public safety and regulatory issues.

  • Safe City Software as a Service (SaaS)

Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions are alternatives to fixed systems. In cloud architecture, software, application, hardware and storage services are realized. The data can be accessed from anywhere and can be seamlessly shared across multiple devices on a large scale.

  • Physical Security Consulting

They are counseling for smart cities to solve physical security problems.

  • IP Based Video Surveillance Systems

With next generation video camera systems and software and hardware integrated into these systems, processes from visual perception, instantaneous and rapid transmission to analysis are possible. With integrated sensors for IP video systems, images are captured and digitized, then artificial intelligence-based analysis solutions accelerate the process by transforming long-lasting camera images into minute records that can be quickly researched with smart compression.

  • Suspicious Behavior Detection Based Video Analysis

Capabilities that are used to detecting and determining temporal and spatial events, analyzing video content by technologies such as artificial intelligence. With this system, features such as dynamic masking, motion detection, shape and object identification, tracking can be performed.

  • Video Monitoring Systems as a Service

Defines solutions for users’ video surveillance services, common platform or bulletins. Video Surveillance as a Service is a web-based wireless security system that allows user images to be stored, managed, stored and monitored in the cloud. Cameras are not local and there is no need for users to use related software or install IP camera systems.

  • Human Behavior Detection from Images

Includes labeling of human movements in images (related activity classes etc.) and behavior detection and recording. Analysis of video broadcasts in certain algorithms and action classes is an example of an application.

  • Biometric Based Video Systems

It is an automatic detection of criminals or searched persons from video surveillance against extreme light or at distances of up to 50 meters. The use of biometric solutions such as fingerprint, face, and iris integrated into video systems is an example.

  • Watching crowds with video

The monitoring of areas with dense human bodies with smart video surveillance systems includes such things as quick and instant detection of possible hazards. In concert or stadiums, monitoring of mass movement behaviors is an example.

  • Physical Identity and Access Control System (PIAM)

The physical identity and access control system provides a holistic approach to all standards for managing the life cycle, physical access and physical security incidents of all physical identities and their relationship to compliance requirements.

  • Acoustic Firearm Detection and Location Detection

The acoustic firearm detection system uses a series of acoustic sensors to detect the position of the firearm and transmit it to the central system. It be used to direct security forces in order to neutralize threats, under the supervision of high security facilities such as governmental buildings, military facilities, museums.

  • Automatic Plate Recognition

Automatic plate recognition is the process of reading the characters on the plate by separating the plate area on the vehicle image obtained from the cameras in the direction of certain objectives. Ex: The Dubai Police use license plate cameras to track vehicles on the front and on both sides of the patrol car.

  • Vehicle Detection System

The vehicle detection system can be used for threats such as unauthorized access to restricted areas, road violations, speed limit overruns on the freeway, and suspicious vehicles in critical areas. The image captured with the real-time alert can be automatically matched in the watch list. Vehicles can be tracked with multiple cameras or locally. It is also possible to record the plaques at the scene for criminal investigation and use them as evidence

  • LTE Wireless Communication System

In an emergency, instant and fast communication with LTE based wireless systems is ensured in a safe and efficient manner. Sound, data and video reach the desired areas in the same way. One example is the transmission of HD Video broadcasts, which the law enforcement officers used in the scene of the incident, instantaneously to the central operation system.

  • Real-Time Intelligence Systems

Supporting of live operations, day-to-day operations or research activities of law enforcement agencies through the consolidation of data compiled from social media, security cameras and other sources, including the installation of internal systems and databases. For example, software solutions that can transfer real-time field information, alarms and KPI values to operators, engineers, and other employees via mobile devices.

  • Event Location Monitoring

Crime scene investigation is a process to shed light on the physical reality of a crime and to obtain physical evidence to identify the identity of the crime. Capturing images and videos of the crime scene makes it possible to conduct a deeper analysis of the digital evidence of possible clues. The images from the scene are modeled in 3D with computer software and realistic reconstructions are obtained.

  • Drones

The drones automatically fly to the desired rods and define artificial intelligence and anomalies and inform all stakeholders. Routine flight records and high-quality video images in large areas (especially rugged terrain) can increase the transparency of security operations.

  • Port Monitoring System

The underwater sensor network ensures the safety of important facilities in the area. The port monitoring system shares information about underwater / overwater risks to the underwater person using the underwater sensor network. It is used in areas ranging from unauthorized entry by terrorists, fishing from illegal hunters to important nuclear installations.


Financial sustainability

  • Technical restrictions
  • Financing smart security systems
  • Providing governance and stakeholder engagement
  • Reliability of systems and business operations
  • Interoperability of systems
  • Lack of knowledge accumulation