World Cup, via hi-tech security products ranging from rocket-proof shields to cameras that can climb up poles and broadcast panoramic pictures to control centers.
“Israeli companies are already playing a huge role in South Africa,” Marc Kahlberg, managing director of M.K. International Security Consulting, which represents several of the companies, said on Wednesday. “They will help secure the stadiums, airport and parking lots, and their products will be used by private security firms and government in South Africa,” Kahlberg said. “One example is the Israeli ODF Electronics company, which makes tactical camera systems for government agencies [that] will protect the citizens of South Africa and the visitors to the World Cup,” he said.
The tactical systems include a miniature robot with several cameras, that can move around an area and send back live footage.
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