Nearly 100 video cameras to ensure security at Snow arena

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The impressive 8-hectare territory of Snoras Snow Arena in Druskininkai, Lithuania will be monitored by a network of almost 100 video cameras. The work to install this system at the Baltics first indoor skiing centre has been undertaken by Fima, a leader in intelligent engineering solutions.

“The new skiing centre of Snoras Snow Arena will be unique in its size, equipment and service range. Judging by the whole of its technological parameters, it will be among top-five indoors skiing centres in the world. The complex will be equipped with the video surveillance system to both ensure the security of the visitors and allow monitoring of other areas within the centre as well. For instance, images from cameras installed on skiing slopes and play areas will be transmitted to the monitors in restaurants. Filmed material will be able to transmit directly to the Snoras Snow Arena website,” Andrius Stasiukynas, the owner of the skiing centre has said.

At the arena, Fima will install security and fire alarm, video surveillance systems on indoors and outdoors slopes, as well as computer network. “The scope of work done at Snoras Snow Arena is extraordinary. The network of video cameras that we are deploying is almost the size of the entire video surveillance system of the city of Vilnius,” Giedrius Zaicevas, Director of Fima Security solutions department has said.

Unique in the Baltic countries, the skiing centre Snoras Snow Arena will be open to visit all year long. According to the plans, the centre will have a total of 1,100 metres of skiing slopes for the beginners and professionals, a snowboard park with ramps, a skiing school, a climbing wall and a slope for toboggans. It will also have its own bars, restaurants, play areas for the kids and a skiing equipment rental service.

Snoras Snow Arena covers an area of 8 hectares and is scheduled for opening in spring of this year.

Over the past few years, Fima has deployed principal security, surveillance and other types of systems in other Lithuania’s major sports and entertainment facilities as well, like Šiauliai Arena and Panevėžys Cido Arena.