Viseum Safe City RFP…
Nationwide Security Project Management Support
The Viseum UK Group has extended its educational sales process to help nations produce their Safe City Security RFP (Request For Proposal) documentation. This is in support of demand from national security risks, and also helps reduce the need for our national security and Safe City Training in London. From pilot installation through to a 5 to 10 year security plan, our help with the Safe City Security RFP optimizes the design, procurement, delivery and operation of public safety and infrastructure security projects.
No other software vendor, camera manufacturer or systems integrator can match the technical requirements that this Security RFP describes.
Safe City Project Framework – Security RFP Support
The value of having sufficient high-quality CCTV video available during national security emergencies is priceless, and the value of a nation’s security enterprise is openly seen throughout high-profile incidents and investigations.
Historically, security systems and devices have not mitigated against all aspects of terrorism, and highly sophisticated crime. Now, organisations are planning that this could happen to them anywhere and at any time. This change in strategic planning is what Viseum has been introducing from the year 2000. It has evolved Software and Hardware Technology Services and patented step changes in the CCTV security and surveillance market.
Educational Information – Patents are used to disrupt established technologies for industry step changes. Viseum uses its patents to shape the CCTV security and surveillance market. The modern security practitioner already refers to Viseum technologies and business processes to service the high-end of the CCTV security and surveillance industry. This Security RFP document has been produced to help educate the wider community.
Download the word format of this National Security RFP
Initial phases of a 5 – 10 year Safe City plan – A city with 8+ million people in 9 districts:
Viseum sets target for its projects to reduce national security risks of cities by 70%.