Perimeter CCTV: High Resolution IP Cameras
Perimeter CCTV systems are designed to protect millions of pounds worth of goods, assets and revenue. In these situations, threat detection is key.
High-resolution IP (PoE) CCTV cameras are deployed to provide crystal clear footage and threat detection.
These IP based PoE cameras systems are easily scalable and can be integrated with other security systems such as access control, internal CCTV and ANPR cameras.
Thermal CCTV & video analytics
Thermal cameras are an effective part of a perimeter CCTV system, particularly in low-light conditions, at night and for sites in rural locations. If the security threats you face are significant, and detection is, therefore, paramount, thermal CCTV is our strongest recommendation.
Thermal CCTV systems, when coupled with advanced video analytics maintain accurate threat detection.
They are designed to reduce false alarms through the ability to differentiate between human presence and wildlife.
CCTV monitoring. 24/7 offsite security monitoring
Traditionally businesses have relied on security guards to monitor CCTV and patrol a site perimeter. Whilst effective, advances in technology now provide businesses with a cost-saving alternative.
CCTV monitoring systems are designed to include sensors and other detection devices. When triggered and if a threat is detected, the appropriate action is taken.
Audio intervention can be integrated easily, enabling your offsite guard, to warn the intruder(s) they have been spotted.
CCTV monitoring in many cases reduces the cost of on-site security by up to 80%.
ANPR CCTV: Advanced perimeter security
ANPR CCTV camera systems can be deployed to cover two clear goals:
- To identify and manage the flow of site visitors
- To track suspicious vehicles potentially scoping the site
In the first instance, ANPR cameras can be used to automatically grant access to a site for an approved list of vehicles. They can be set up to allow temporary access for visitors and delivery vehicles.
In the second instance, the number plate of a suspicious vehicle can be stored in a database, and an alert can be triggered is the vehicle is spotted day or night.