Brussels Metro automates systems with Extreme Networks IP network infrastructure

Wednesday 16 October 2019 | 15:54 CET | News
The Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (STIB) has deployed a new IP network infrastructure in the Brussels metro aimed at automating control of metro traffic. The IP network infrastructure, from Extreme Networks, allows for the real-time monitoring of rail conditions with an extensive IP-based video surveillance network of 15,000 connected cameras. It integrates manual and automated management of the transit system and simplifies the network, reducing downtime. 

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Categories: General
Companies: Extreme Networks
Countries: Belgium
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