VIRTUAL CLOSE PROTECTION

Efficient surveillance of high-risk spots saves you time and money. Take advantage of the advanced security technologies of the shared centre for remote surveillance for a swift and efficient reaction to security threats and for eliminating losses.



The concept flexibly combines direct guarding, remote surveillance and image analysis via intelligent CCTVs into one functional process.

It is a very effective form of protection that condenses intelligence from several sources, and at the same time, conserves your funds, thanks to the shared model of remote surveillance.

The concept benefits from an already existing infrastructure of intelligent CCTVs and software lay-out. It is not therefore just a mere recording of a secured perimeter, but also an execution of all necessary reactions to a situation which is being monitored by a surveillance centre operator.

The reactions can vary. From sending messages and activating the alarm all the way to more sophisticated actions based on an automatically produced analysis of various situations, such as a jammed car park, suspicious behaviour, repeating events, monitoring of the goods, etc.

Detection of inactive
and removed objects
Detection of non-standard
behaviour in an object
Detection
and counting of people
Detection of trajectory, speed, vector
and colour of objects
Checking of entrances and entryways
of cars into areas not accessible to public via virtual lines
Optical detection
of the objects’ flow

INTELLIGENT IMAGE ANALYSIS

Security analysis and security solution
Elimination of losses and operational imperfections
Monitoring of movement of persons (employees, customers) and movement of goods
Increase in security in high-risk spots (gas stations, carparks, hotels and remote workplaces)
Monitoring of service organization activities
Personal alarm for handicapped persons

POSSIBILITIES

remote monitoring of objects or persons of interest

notification about any non-standard situation in the object perimeter

image broadcast of the incident in the central monitoring centre

reporting of security incidents to authorized personnel

implementation into already existing security systems

automatic statistics generation (SIEM)