The project includes a full deployment of more than 150 pcs of IP and HD cameras with around 20 different recorders in the village monitoring public areas, kindergarden, city hall and challenging sites with no electrical infrastructure.
The biggest challenge was to achieve the level of face & vehicle recognition under difficult lighting conditions.
All equipment is centralized to a monitor station operating 24/7.
On top of the village public cameras, any private house featuring Provision-ISR CCTV, is also welcome to connect its system to the monitor station and by that being added to the village overall surveillance system.
The project has been very successful for the last 4 years and has become a role model for other communities around.
Located 14 km away from Tel Aviv, Rishpon is a moshav in the Central District of Israel with a population of 1060 people. The moshav was founded in 1936 as a farming community. The transformation from farming to an exclusive suburb occurred about 10 years ago when Israel’s agriculture industry took a hit and farming communities searched for new ways to earn a living. Farmers rented their property to retailers and designers seeking a home for their goods in a relaxing, green setting away from the metropolitan bustle of Tel Aviv.