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      28.11.2014 10:38 - in: Stadium & Museum S

      Juventus Stadium increasingly at the cutting edge

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      The stadium has been equipped with four pioneer multifocal cameras, which will enable constant surveillance in the stands. Stewards will now be trained directly by Juventus

      The name Multifocal Sensor System PANOMERA® may seem complicated, but its significance is as simple as it gets: Juventus Stadium is ever more at the cutting edge of technology.

      Juventus is continuing to invest in its new home, ensuring that it becomes even more modern and secure. As part of this policy, the club has installed hi-tech multifocal cameras in the stadium. These will allow for the constant surveillance of the stands, enabling the club not only to identify any incidents that may occur, but also to determine the perpetrators.

      PANOMERA® allows operators to constantly supervise large areas of the stands. Unlike PTZ cameras, PANOMERA® technology lets users review footage and zoom in on particular areas, both during recording and at a later stage.

      Each camera has a total of 16 lenses, all of which will be dedicated to a particular section of the stands. These will capture high-definition images that, once downloaded, can be transferred onto tablets and
      smartphones to facilitate rapid intervention. Recordings will of course be made available to the authorities, along with those of the 100 cameras already installed in the stadium.

      This system is already in place in some of the most modern European stadia, such as Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena and Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park. It will become operative in Juventus Stadium on 30 November, the day of the Turin derby between the Bianconeri and cross-city rivals Torino.

      The investment in and installation of PANOMERA® technology represents a further step forward in terms of ensuring fans are able to enjoy matches in complete safety. In addition to this, the club has obtained Qualified Training certification for the preparation of its stewards. This will allow the club to directly manage and provide mentoring to its security personnel.

      After completing the 26-hour course and subsequent exam, these employees will not only be qualified stewards, but also specialists in carrying out their duties. The programme, which encompasses both theoretical lectures and practical sessions, kicks off next week with a first wave of 50 future Juventus stewards.

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