New advances in artificial intelligence, combined with much higher broadband capacity have completely changed the CCTV market in the last few years.
With the advent of the Internet of things, CCTV has moved away from a tool to identify an incident in retrospect, to one part of an integrated approach to fire and security systems which allows a much more rapid and informed response to crisis.
IP network cameras offer superior images for precise, accurate information. Cost savings can be made as only one cable is required for video and power (power over internet POE ) negating the need for power outlets at the camera locations.
They are easier and quicker to set up, and offer more features and analytics *1 via your network.
With resolution capability in excess of 4k (8mp) you get more detail for less cameras required.
IP systems allow for easier integration, as Nationwide only use ONVIF certificated * products, compatible with other security systems including intruder and Access Control.
Storage can be managed with SD cards enabling video to be pushed at the required time, meaning less space used and wasted storage.
TIOC cameras 5mp, full colour with red/blue warning LED’s, siren & built bin speaker
Active Deterrence Smart Motion detection (SMD)
HD over Coax offers long distance transmission (up to 300metres), perfect for upgrading or adding to older existing analogue systems.
Cost effective in the process of upgrading older systems to IP with the use of HYBRID Digital Video Recorders (DVR) which can accommodate analogue and IP cameras.
HDCVI has capability of streaming limited cameras up to 4K
These automated monitoring and surveillance cameras from Dahua Technology combine full colour display, active deterrents ( bright blue and red LED light, warning siren and built-in speakers to warn off intruders, all of which can be remotely triggered) and artificial intelligence to help analyse data in real time, negating the amount of false alarms as with existing motion detection solutions.
If your CCTV system is an older analogue system, we can inspect this and see if any of your existing cameras can be integrated into a hybrid digital system. To book an appointment for one of our CCTV installation surveyors to visit your premises, contact us here or call 0845 658 9102
Existing motion detection cameras rely on pixel changes and vectors to detect an intruder. Such systems are prone to false alarms such as from a swaying tree or animals walking into view. Smart motion detection (SMD) cameras employ AI technology to draw on silhouette databases to identify possible people, tracking their movements and either alerting the intruder and/or notifying security personnel.
Smart motion detection (SMD) can be used to monitor vehicles as well as people. This can be monitoring a car parking space, to monitoring a pedestrian area for vehicles which shouldn't be there. In both cases, the AI can react based on deep learning and number plate recognition, triggering a notification and alerting the intruder to their violation.
Theft from unmanned sites is a massive problem in the UK. For example, a survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Building revealed that 92% of respondents were directly affected by petty crime, with 21% stating that their construction sites were robbed on a weekly basis. Smart Motion CCTV systems decrease the amount of false alarms, making instant notifications much more likely to result in swift action
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