Traditional CCTV Cameras
Traditional CCTV cameras are a cost-effective solution for basic surveillance needs. They capture video footage of a specific area and are typically equipped with features such as high resolution, night vision, and motion detection. They are suitable for indoor and outdoor use and can be powered by either PoE (Power over Ethernet) or traditional power supply. These cameras are best suited for environments where advanced analytics or extreme low light conditions are not required.
Artificial Intelligence Cameras
Artificial Intelligence (AI) cameras are a cutting-edge technology that significantly enhances the capabilities of CCTV systems. These cameras use advanced algorithms to detect, classify, and track people, vehicles, faces, license plates, and other objects in real-time, greatly increasing the accuracy of video analytics. Unlike conventional cameras, which rely on motion detection based on changes in pixels, AI cameras can detect specific objects and generate events that are relevant to security operators. This greatly improves search efficiency and reduces the time spent on searching for events. Additionally, AI cameras are also highly effective for monitoring and perimeter detection, as they have a low false alarm rate, providing a more accurate representation of the scene and reducing the chances of false alarms. They can also be integrated with other security systems, such as access control, alarm systems, and analytics, to provide a more comprehensive security solution.
License Plate Recognition
License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology is a powerful tool for automating the process of identifying and tracking vehicles. LPR systems capture license plate information, including the make, model, and color of the vehicle, making it possible for security operators to quickly search for and locate specific vehicles for verification and investigation. Additionally, LPR systems can also be configured to create watchlists of specific license plates, providing security alerts when a match is detected and enabling swift action to be taken. This technology is useful for enhancing security, tracking vehicles, and identifying potential suspicious activity. Moreover, LPR cameras can also be used for smart parking solutions, allowing for automated barrier entry, and efficient parking management and for access control at gated communities, commercial and industrial parks.
PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) CCTV cameras offer the benefit of being able to remotely control the camera’s movement and zoom, allowing for a wider field of view and the ability to zoom in on specific areas for greater detail, which can improve surveillance capabilities and increase the chances of identifying suspects or detecting suspicious behavior.
Thermal cameras offer a versatile and reliable solution for perimeter security and long-range detection, regardless of weather or lighting conditions. With the ability to identify different heat sources emitting the same amount of thermal energy, using thermal palettes, these cameras make it easy to interpret a scene and detect suspect activity before an intrusion occurs. This allows for visual verification and prompt action to be taken, improving security and surveillance capabilities.
Vandal Resistant Cameras
Vandal-resistant CCTV cameras are designed to withstand physical damage and tampering, making them suitable for high-risk areas such as public spaces, transportation hubs, and industrial sites. These cameras are constructed with durable materials such as metal and tempered glass, and are often sealed to protect against dust, water and extreme temperatures. The benefits of vandal-resistant cameras include increased durability and longevity, as well as the ability to capture clear footage in areas where vandalism may occur, providing evidence for law enforcement and improved security for the area.
Explosion-proof CCTV cameras are designed to operate in hazardous environments where flammable gases and dust may be present, making them suitable for use in government facilities, oil and gas plants, and other high-risk industrial and critical infrastructure sites. These cameras are constructed with durable materials such as stainless steel and are sealed to protect against dust, water and extreme temperatures. They are also built to withstand high temperatures and pressure caused by an explosion. The use of explosion-proof cameras in these high-risk environments provide critical surveillance and security coverage, allowing for the monitoring of potential threats and potential hazards, and providing evidence for law enforcement in case of an incident.