THERMAL CAMERA TECHNOLOGY
Thermal cameras have many uses, for example in Health and Safety to detect potential fever with body heat or numbers of persons in a restricted area. Also crisis avoidance by alerting to drops in temperature in food sections, overheating of servers, industrial conveyor lines and machinery or fires hidden in cavity walls before they become visible flames.
Watch the video from HIK demonstrating many of the uses and environments that Thermal detection can be of benefit.
We also use Thermal cameras for external detection with our RMCCTV systems in unlit environments to notifying the Officers in our Control Room of intruders entering clients sites long before they can be seen by the naked eye. We have also installed the Thermal cameras for clients in wooded areas to monitor wildlife or alert to prohibited camp fires.
How it works: We install the required number of Thermal Cameras, a Digital Recorder (which can be added to a network) along with software, training and ongoing support. When a temperature outside of the input parameters is detected the system can instantly alert with notification via a flashing light, audio or discreetly via email.
FACIAL RECOGNITION CAMERAS
Facial recognition is a technology used to verify personal identities by pinpointing and measuring facial features from a digital image or a video frame. With the increase in shop theft and the limitations on the authorities availability to respond many stores are now installing Facial Recognition to help detect persistent known thieves when entering their shops.
Watch the video from HIK demonstrating many of the uses and security benefits that Facial Recognition cameras provide.
Facial recognition is a more accurate way to identify a person than simply using a mobile number, an ID card, or a PIN code. And, in most applications, the algorithms feature an almost perfect degree of accuracy.
Facial detection and recognition takes less than a second and is touch-free, unlike using passwords or fingerprints. It is very convenient for users. Algorithm-based, the technology deploys easily across various devices.
How it works: We install the required number of Facial Recognition Cameras, a Digital Recorder (which can be added to a network) along with software, training and ongoing support. When a “person" is identified outside of the input data parameters the system can instantly alert with notification via a flashing light, audio or discreetly via email.