RISCO Group today said it will provide security solutions for the new Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba for the 2014 World Cup games in Brazil.
RISCO Group will provide Command and Control solution in addition to access control and a customized ticketing and validation system to ensure security and safety measures for the 44,000 spectator arena, said the company in a statement.
The Command and Control solution will enable to control other systems such as: hundreds of security IP cameras deployed in the stadium and its surroundings, lighting systems, gates, and PA system.
RISCO Group’s Command and Control solution employs the SynopSYS Integrated Security and Building Management platform. The solution is based on intuitive synoptic maps and integrates security and building management systems and subsystems, including those from third parties, into one unified interface.
axesplus, RISCO Group’s access control solution, will be incorporated within the platform and centrally controlled from the stadium’s main Command and Control Room. Organizers can secure hundreds of doors and turnstiles within the arena, providing protection from unauthorized entry and counterfeit tickets.
RISCO Group is also providing a specialized ticketing validation system complying with FIFA’s regulations for this purpose.
The Arena Pantanal is one of 12 stadiums constructed or remodeled in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. The Arena itself has a capacity for 44,000 spectators, and was constructed with a total investment of $537.7 million.