A public security network designed by Chinese engineers has become a strategic tool of Ecuadoran authorities to protect public health and social stability amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Juan Zapata, general director of the Integrated Security Service ECU 911, Ecuador’s integrated emergency service hotline, recently told Xinhua that the Chinese-made technological platform that supports the country’s emergency response system has been incredibly important during the global health crisis.
ECU 911 began to operate in Ecuador in 2012 and currently has 16 command centers nationwide. The system integrates police services, video surveillance with thousands of cameras, GPS, geographic information, and a smart analysis of resources, among others.
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