Hikvision Announces New Partnership with Corinthians Football Club

March 28, 2018

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Hikvision Brazil recently announced a new three-year partnership agreement with Corinthians, to provide a wide array of security solutions for the 49,000-seat stadium of the São Paulo-based Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A football club.

"We are very optimistic about the partnership signed with Arena Corinthians. Connecting our brand to a renowned club, marked by a successful trajectory, with national and international visibility, is in line with our business mission. We envision a promising partnership with the team to take what is most innovative in electronic security technologies to the majority of the population. We have a great partnership with Ajax Stadium in the Netherlands, which is working very well, and the idea is to turn Corinthians’ home into a great case of success and a reference for the market,” said Marco Meirelles, marketing manager for Hikvision Brazil in the press release.

Hikvision will provide the stadium with AI-powered facial recognition technology, DarkFighter cameras for full-color images in dark conditions, Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras, Hikvision PanoVu cameras with 360º panoramic views, and access control equipment, to name a few of the solutions.

To read the entire announcement, click here.

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