CCTV is considered crucial in both crime prevention and detection. The applications of these systems are increasingly incorporated in home security and commercial security systems, staff surveillance, anti-theft surveillance and access-control surveillance. This approach provides the ultimate deterrent that is both visible and effective.
World events have changed, creating a need for more sophisticated surveillance systems and an increase in public demand for safer environments. In the past decade the use of CCTV has grown to unprecedented levels and developments in technology have greatly increased its popularity.
As technology has evolved, CCTV is now used not only for security, but also as a management tool assisting health and safety, productivity and personnel management. This has lead to the advance of network video or IP surveillance. Digitally recorded images provide far greater quality and effectiveness. Specific footage can be recalled at the touch of a button and systems can be integrated with local and wide area networks so images can be viewed from one or more personal computers.
CCTV is a truly powerful and intelligent visual management tool, automatically alerting the operator to events as they unfold so they can take immediate action to prevent an incident escalating. Intelligent video analysis software can even be used for facial recognition, automatic number plate recognition, intruder detection, slip and fall detection, people and vehicle counting, suspicious behaviour analysis and tracking, graffiti detection, theft detection and
abandoned object detection.
As with all technologies, CCTV can be as simple or as complex as the situation demands. IBS Security Solutions offers a range of systems from basic observation systems to complex security camera systems for home and business security. We have installed CCTV in an extensive range of environments including Universities, Hospitals, Rail stations, National retail outlets, and Government offices.