Arrecife launches its video surveillance deployment with the installation of nearly 50 cameras in different key locations in the Lanzarote capital. The Operational Control Centre is already in service with the signals that are received in real time with the deployment of these cameras.
The mayor of Arrecife, Yonathan de León, and the Chief Commissioner of the Local Police, José Antonio Lasso, will show this Friday, November 17th , this operational centre, and the deployment of the first 20 video cameras. The city, as part of its modernization plans, is working to have up to 50 video cameras that cover all areas of the municipality , allowing the Local Police to monitor traffic and security in real time.
The mayor, also the direct head of the Local Police, Yonathan de León, has announced that this deployment of the first 20 video cameras has been carried out in parallel with the new Arrecife Traffic Light network. A network that has allowed works to be carried out in the subsoil for the implementation of municipal fiber optics through which the information from each of these first 20 video cameras 'circulates' to the Control Center.
Arrecife also put out to tender the system for the supply of another batch of video cameras that will be added to the current deployment that is operating, and that will cover the municipality with about 50 units. A tender that the first mayor of the capital will report on in detail.
The presentation, open to the media, will be this Friday, November 17th, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. The Control Room is located in the recently opened central building of the Arrecife Local Police (Vargas Street number 2).