KEDACOM’s Intelligent Security System Keeping PICC Safe and Secure

2022-12-19 14:39  

KEDACOM secured the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Asia’s first international convention center, with an intelligent upgrade of the venue’s security system.


The PICC, located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Metro Manila, Philippines, holds about 400 events a year on average. And throughout time, the facility has hosted countless notable and prestigious events such as the Miss Universe Pageant, the APEC Summit, the ASEAN Summit, etc.


For a floor area of more than 70,000㎡, the PICC planned to install KEDACOM’s video management system and deployed hundreds of KEDACOM security cameras at the venue.

As the PICC continues to be the preferred venue for large-scale events and intimate gatherings alike, the facility sought to increase the effectiveness of surveillance operations and guarantee the safety of its visitors by replacing the existing analog cameras with superior-performance IP cameras.


By integrating front-end AI cameras with back-end security systems, KEDACOM worked with the PICC’s security department and provided full coverage of the scenarios from access control to emergency activity management.


“We didn’t want the elegant look of the facility ruined by the camera installation, so we were looking for exquisite AI cameras that could match our facility design while providing high-quality images.” Said the PICC’s safety and security director. And KEDACOM’s semi dome cameras and bullet cameras are the best fit for the facility.


More importantly, the cameras can provide distinct images, and support human and vehicle recognition. These functions are very useful for entrance and key area control to allow only authorized people and vehicles to enter the facility, and help ensure security at venues.


By cooperating with KEDACOM cameras and AI NVR, the security department of the PICC will be able to keep visitor records and build its own whitelist and watchlist. In this case, when there is an unwelcome person or vehicle showing up at the entrance, the camera will capture and transmit video footage back to the control room in real time, meanwhile, an alarm will be triggered to remind the security staff. The system also supports browsing and playback of all video footage from front-end cameras.

KEDACOM also provided a splicing screen that can be used individually as a monitor, or one large screen based on different needs. It can help the security department of the PICC to learn the situation of an incident better and make effective decisions accordingly. Overall, KEDACOM’s security system can ensure the safety of all staff and visitors.