Cancun, Q.R. — State Governor Carlos Joaquín González says he has made a tour of the Cancun facilities that are to be the new C5 center of Quintana Roo.
He says he toured the facilities, which when complete, will monitor the 2,000 cameras placed around the region.
“Today in Cancun I toured and verified the installation of surveillance cameras and the construction of the C5 Center for Command, Control, Computing, Communications and Citizen Contact, with the highest security technology,” he posted.
The governor has put emphasis on improving security in the Quintana Roo, and for that, he has taken advantage of strategies and technology that help to make protection more efficient.
The new command center is being constructed on land 150 meters x 350 meters and will be responsible for all areas involved in public safety, emergencies and civil protection, as well as logistic support for emergency numbers 911 and 089.
“Each intelligent monitoring point will have four cameras, a PTZ that rotates 360 degrees and three fixed ones that are oriented to different degrees to have all the vision of important objectives in the main avenues,” explained José Antonio Mendoza Ramírez, head of the project.
In Cancun alone, 450 monitoring points will be installed, which will strengthen surveillance. The project is being designed to counteract crime rates in the entity.