Came's calling card is its international best-practice in access-control for the Universal Expo, which was presented at a recent convention along with an immersive virtual-reality experience.
Came will attend, from 15 to 18 March, the MIPIM 2016 - real estate's main international event organized at Palais des Festivals in Cannes (Pav. R8 - Stand A16).
The company's calling card shall be the innovative access-control system designed especially for Expo Milano 2015, with which Came managed the entrances of over 21 million visitors ensuring security and safety at the venue for its six-month duration, while contributing to achieving Italy's largest Digital Smart City project to date.
Came's model for the Universal Expo is to be presented as international best practice by key speakers at the "Expo Milano 2015, Security Solutions for over 21MLN people” convention.
Visitors at the MIPIM, thanks to the immersive virtual-reality experience set up by Came at its stand, can come to grips with all of the functionalities of the access-control system while undergoing a sensory experience that will project them directly into Expo Milano 2015. They will be able to see the turnstiles and pedestrian access-points during the day and the vehicle access-points regulating entries during the night. They will also explore the heart of the system, the control room that managed, for six whole months, 24/7, the security at the expo grounds.
The Company officially debuts in the real-estate business with its Came Project Department, the project consulting division, which is made up of a team of engineers, technicians and architects all specialized in systems integration, working alongside, urban planners, engineering studios and construction firms, until final delivery of the project. The division, which centers on Building Automation, Parking Systems and Perimeter Security, provides the most modern, articulated solutions for any automation, security, access-control and parking needs when managing large-scale collective venues and building projects.
With its Project Department, Came will land at the MIPIM and capitalize on its over 60 years' experience the world over, all condensed into three-thousand projects that, besides the Expo access-control system, also include high-security installations at the Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia, the Eiffel Tower's butterfly door, Barcelona's Digital Smart City parking facilities, Malta's Barraka Lift, Kuwait-City Airport's system of bollards, as well as that regulating Cannes' Forville Market.