864 Video Surveillance Cameras in Panama

The installation process began in 2007 and the current total is 564 cameras throughout the country. There will now be 300 new cameras installed.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The video surveillance camera project developed by the National Police in partnership with Cable & Wireless has required an investment of over $7.3 million.

As part of the second phase of the project launched in December 2007, 300 new cameras will be put into service, of which 255 will be installed in the capital city, and 45 will be distributed in other cities, according to an article in Prensa.com.

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