Ra’anana, Israel, April 10, 2013 – NICE Systems (NASDAQ: NICE) today announced that the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department is implementing NICE Situator and NiceVision Net to help secure its water supply, following an order placed in 2012. San Diegois California's second largest city and the eighth largest in the U.S., with 1.3 million residents. The Public Utilities Department oversees one of the largest and most complex water storage, treatment, and delivery systems in the country.
The integrated NICE Security portfolio will enable seamless, efficient, and centralized monitoring of 64 facilities operated by San Diego’s Public Utilities Department, including administration buildings, laboratories, pump stations and filtration plants, as well as other sites that require security management, such as reservoirs and dams. The first phase of the project focuses on integrating the NiceVision video management system (VMS) and access control, with additional sensor integration planned for future phases.
The NICE solution will enable the City of San Diego to consolidate subsystems and sensors across sites, correlate that information, automate effective response plans, and provide insights to various stakeholders. Using NICE Situator and NiceVision, the City will be able to bolster its critical infrastructure security based on a high standard of security management.
“We are honored that the City of San Diego has chosen our solutions to protect its water supply systems, which are pivotal to the City’s daily operations and to the safety and well-being of its residents,” said Yaron Tchwella, President of the Security Group at NICE. “The fact that the City is implementing our solutions to protect such a critical utility attests to the breadth of our security portfolio in its ability to meet the specific needs of government bodies as well as private organizations.”
NICE’s Security solutions help organizations capture, analyze and leverage big data to anticipate, manage and mitigate security and safety risks, improve operations, and make the world a safer place. The NICE security, intelligence and cyber offerings provide valuable insights that enable enterprises and governments to take the best action at the right time by correlating structured and unstructured data from multiple sensors and channels, detecting irregular patterns, and recognizing trends. NICE Security solutions are used by thousands of customers worldwide, including transportation systems, critical infrastructure, city centers, banks, enterprises and government agencies.
About NICE Systems
NICE Systems (NASDAQ: NICE) is the worldwide leading provider of software solutions that enable organizations to take the next best action in order to improve customer experience and business results, ensure compliance, fight financial crime, and safeguard people and assets. NICE’s solutions empower organizations to capture, analyze, and apply, in real time, insights from both structured and unstructured Big Data. This data comes from multiple sources, including phone calls, mobile apps, emails, chat, social media, video, and transactions. NICE solutions are used by over 25,000 organizations in more than 150 countries, including over 80 of the Fortune 100 companies. www.nice.com.
NICE will be hosting its global customer conference, Interactions 2013, on April 22-25 in Orlando. The event will bring together over 1,500 customers and industry leaders to network, share best practices, and learn about exciting new solutions. www.interactions2013.com
About the City of San Diegoand the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department
California's second largest City and the United States' eighth largest, San Diego boasts a population of nearly 1.3 million residents. The San Diego Public Utilities Department provides safe, healthful drinking water to these residents and regional wastewater treatment and disposal services for more than 2 million residents of San Diego County. The City’s Public Utilities Department has one of the largest and most complex water storage, treatment, and delivery systems in the nation. Ten reservoirs hold the raw water before it is moved to one of three plants for treatment. It is then pumped through thousands of miles of pipeline. The City’s Public Utilities Department is also responsible for the collection, treatment and safe disposal of wastewater for the City of San Diego. The Department operates the Point Loma Wastewater Treatment Plant. It also provides regional wastewater treatment and disposal services for 15 other cities and special districts within a 450 square mile area. More info at: http://www.Sandiego.gov/ and http://www.Sandiego.gov/publicutilities/.
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