The Ministry of Information and Communications has instructed telecommunications businesses to build surveillance systems, and at the same time coordinate with the Department of Information and Communications of provinces and cities to survey and connect surveillance cameras in isolated areas to a centralized surveillance system appointed by the Ministry of Information and Communications. VNPT Group is one of two units appointed by the Ministry of Information and Communications this time.
The Ministry of Information and Communications requested the People's Committees of provinces and cities to direct the quarantine centers managed by the People's Committees of provinces and cities, and appoint focal points to coordinate the implementation of the tasks. The Department of Information and Communication was assigned to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Department of Health and telecommunications enterprises to urgently survey and assess the current status of the camera system in the isolated area, in agreement on the plan to connect to the concentrated surveillance system.
VNPT is known as one of the earliest enterprises entering the smart surveillance camera market with the IP Camera product and smart home surveillance solution called Home Vision. The outstanding feature of the Home Vision solution is that customers can actively choose the type of IP camera according to their needs. With high resolution, combined with clear night vision, IP cameras easily detect movement, even in locations without light. In addition, the solution also meets flexible deployment models, easily integrates existing systems, and optimizes investment and operating costs.