Video Surveillance/Video Analytics
Video analytics is a technology that uses advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence to analyze video footage and detect specific events or actions, such as motion detection, facial recognition, or license plate recognition. By analyzing video footage in real-time, video analytics can provide automated alerts or notifications based on specific events or actions, allowing security personnel to respond quickly to potential threats or incidents. Video analytics can be used in a wide range of applications, including public safety, retail, transportation, and more, and can help to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of video surveillance systems.
Detecting heat radiation, these cameras provide visibility in total darkness, smoke, or fog, perfect for 24/7 surveillance.
Offering 360-degree views, panoramic cameras capture broad areas, reducing blind spots. Ideal for surveillance and enhanced security.
Designed for both indoor and outdoor use and feature the ability to pan, tilt, and zoom to provide a wide range of viewing angles.
These cameras feature a long and narrow casing, providing a focused viewing angle that makes it easier to recognize objects.
These cameras provide a wide viewing angle for indoor or outdoor use and making it difficult for intruders to detect the camera's direction.