Security for visitors and works of art alike
Every year six million people visit the Louvre in Paris – which makes it one of the world's most popular museums. It is also the workplace for more than two thousand people, who include a specially trained corps of wardens. Museums are often sited in historic old buildings that require specially planned security arrangements. It is vital to be able to respond quickly in case of fire, threat or accident so that both people and works of art can be brought to safety. But it is equally important to have well designed security solutions that protect the exhibits from theft or destruction, so that future generations can enjoy the heritage of history.