This magnificent and historic building was built in 1897 in the style of in the style of Beaux-Arts architecture. The Parisian resistance used the Grand Palais as a headquarters during the Liberation of Paris in 1944. It now hosts about 250 exhibition per year in collaboration with museums from all around the world, and attracts more than 2 million visitors annually.
The biggest exhibitions are organised in the main rooms the Nave (13,500 m²), the VIP lounge and many more galleries for a surface totalling 77,000 m².
AppVision™ provides the security management for this important site by integrating intruder alarm and artefact security alongside video surveillance. A special AppVision™ configuration was developed to allow for the easy reconfiguration of the exhibition security systems mapping and PSIM management.
The exhibition walls are frequently moved to meet different size and shape requirements for events. This also means that the physical security systems also frequently move around and have to be mapped in AppVision™.