Arecont Vision will sponsor the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky., along with serving as the official physical security solutions partner as sole megapixel camera provider for the 16-day competition.
“Arecont Vision, having pioneered megapixel camera technology, will be deploying our latest suite of products for the duration of the event,” says Raul Calderon, vice president, marketing, Arecont. “Combined with the offerings of our fellow physical security solutions providers, the World Equestrian Games will be one of the most technologically advanced security deployments worldwide.”
Held Sept. 25-Oct.10, additional corporate sponsors include EMC Corp., Orion Systems Group, Theia Technologies and Verint Systems.
More than 900 equine athletes and 800 human athletes will be participating in the games, representing over 60 countries. The events also draw close to 500 million worldwide television viewers.
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