With 100 days to go before one of the most important sporting events begins every four years, the World Cup, which brings together millions of people, security should not go under the table.
Given the multitude of incidents that were demonstrated in the Champions League final, this sad experience exposed several events that could be repeated in one of the most important competitions in football.
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That is why the hosts have carried out several tests and rely on technological advances to enjoy each match that corresponds to the World Cup in the best way.
Around 15.000 cameras have been placed in all the stadiums, which will be monitored on a giant screen in a control room.
Reinforcements from abroad are expected to arrive during the event, including more than 3.000 Turkish riot police.
"We can see all of the 15.000 cameras (equipped with a facial recognition system) and carry out surveillance from here," says Hamad Al Mohannadi, director of the control center.