Leszno fans and football players are now protected with Macroscop video management software.
Alfred Smoczyk Stadium is a stadium located in Leszno, Poland. It is currently used for speedway matches and is the home stadium of UniaLeszno. Since 2013 the stadium has been reconstructed.
The video surveillance system installed at the Alfred Smoczyk Stadium consists of the Macroscop software (LS64 licenses), 15 PTZ modules, 1 server and 55 IP cameras of Sanyo, Sony, Eneo, Hikvision brands. Macroscop versatile solution allows connecting the variety of IP camera models from various brands. The system aims to provide the safety for fans and football players. Recording and real-time mode broadcasting of the video streams are transferred to 2 workstations (security posts). IP cameras have been installed at the spectator stands, entrances/exits, administrative premises and the tower of judges.
The PTZ camera control module from Macroscop saves money on additional equipment and controls movement with the use of a standard gaming joystick.
Sabotage detection module is provided with any Macroscop license absolutely free of charge. Sabotage detection module allows revealing camera defocusing, panning away from pre-defined view, illumination and overlapping, which is particularly relevant for the public place surveillance.