Pisa Central Railway Station – Italy

The project consisted of the complete replacement of the video surveillance system.
The selected devices (3MP and 5MP IP cameras model DI-330IPS36 and I3-350IPS5MVF and 32 channels NVR model NVR5-32800-2U) have been installed to cover the entire railway station area: 8 lifts, all the tunnels under the tracks and all the lines of the external tracks.
The installation also included 4 PoE switches (model POES-8120C+2)


Pisa Centrale is the main train station in the city and one of the main rail hubs for Tuscany.
The station opened in early 1871, replacing an older one elsewhere in the city, and was rebuilt after suffering serious damage in World War II.
About 15 million people make their way through the station every year, and the most common destinations served by Pisa are Florence, Rome, La Spezia, Lucca, Genoa, Livorno, Naples, and Turin.
There are 16 platforms at Pisa Centrale, and the station is on three important train routes – the Pisa-Florence line, the Pisa-La Spezia-Genoa line, and the Pisa-Livorno- Rome line.
On the platform level of the Pisa station – the only level to which passengers really have access to – is where the main ticketing hall, restrooms, several shops and fast-food restaurants, a few newsstands, and a tobacconist are located.