High Definition CCTV & Analytics

CCTV & Access Control

It’s impossible to monitor every camera at every moment. Our high-definition CCTV and access control systems employ thermal imaging and low-light cameras; video analytics, biometrics and facial recognition; lidar and perimeter detection; and smart management. Together, they enable you to:

  • Protect people, public places and assets
  • Set up parameters that trigger alerts when, say, a wheelchair or pram strays too close to the edge of a railway platform, or when a worker stands too near to hazardous machinery
  • Identify persistent troublemakers and vulnerable people alike from databases you create and hold
  • Auto-track a moving object from one camera’s field of vision to the next
  • Store footage efficiently, with smart coding techniques recording incidents at a high quality, while the long periods with nothing happening are stored at a lower resolution

We help you make the best use of your surveillance systems, so you can safeguard the people you serve as well as those you employ.

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