Verint Systems Inc. announces that German transit operator Deutsche Bahn has selected its Nextivaâ¢ Networked Video Solution to enhance the safety of passengers traveling across Hamburg's urban railway network.
Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, is home to more than 1.7 million people. Deutsche Bahn's S-Bahn Hamburg GmbH has six lines and 67 stations with more than 147 kilometers of track, and its 164 three-part vehicles carry 500,000 passengers daily. The Nextiva solution will help the operators create a safe and secure travel environment for tourists and local residents and help combat vandalism and crime. The solution will be delivered through Verint partner Controlware GmbH.
"We are pleased to help the city of Hamburg enhance the security of its urban railway network," said David Parcell, managing director EMEA for Verint Systems. "As a leading provider of networked video solutions for the transit market, Verint understands the needs of global transportation authorities and is committed to delivering innovative solutions to address their most important security concerns."
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