i-PRO has announced that the Grimaldi Forum has chosen its multi-sensor and Fisheye security cameras with advanced AI-based analytics to enhance visitor safety, protect priceless artworks, and ensure a seamless and secure experience during high-profile events, the company said on October 10.

i-PRO cameras with advanced AI-based analytics help protect Monet’s masterpieces and previously unseen work during the special exhibition Monet in Full Light that featured nearly 100 of Claude Monet’s paintings, including rare and previously unseen works.

Grimaldi Forum used Monaco-based system integrator MES I2S Security to install over 100 i-PRO cameras, including fisheye and multi-sensors with advanced AI-based analytics.

“When the Forum re-opened its doors to the public after a shutdown period due to Covid, we were looking for a solution that would help us manage the number and flow of visitors while ensuring the security of the premises. At the time, we were also planning for the much-anticipated Monet exhibition, so we wanted to find the best possible technology to protect these unique masterpieces without interfering with the visitor experience or compromising with the venue’s aesthetic values,” said Philippe Martin, Director of Safety, Fire and Risk Prevention at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.

“The successful deployment of i-PRO’s security systems has not only ensured visitor safety during high-profile events like the Monet exhibition but has also strengthened the Grimaldi Forum Monaco’s security posture to handle a variety of upcoming events and support future expansion plans,” i-PRO said.

FILE PHOTO: This summer’s Monet exhibition