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Your security network should allow you to know what is happening on your site and monitor everything that takes place, whether you are within the vicinity or not. Analytics provide this and more, making your cameras smarter by accurately identifying people, vehicles such as cars and lorries and even boats by comparing an object’s appearance and motion.
Having an extensive camera network can be a real challenge to monitor as it is difficult to have your eyes on all cameras at one time. Video analytics help make your security easier to manage. It alerts you as soon as irregular activity happens on your site, instead of every time it senses any motion, like more traditional video motion detector systems.
How do analytics work?
Analytics works much like a digital guard, watching over your cameras and alerting you as soon as something suspicious occurs on your site. Your analytics can look into a variety of different scenarios via your cameras, such as tailgaters coming through barriers, or staff members who seem to be inactive when they should be in motion. They enable you to make the most out of your security network.
These systems are automated, allowing you get on with your day. They are responsive, so you can leave the site knowing you will be alerted as soon as an event occur. Fast, allowing you to warn away an intruder using an audio loudspeaker before a serious incident happens.
Why choose analytics?
After 22 minutes guards monitoring cameras miss up to 95% of all activity, analytics monitors 100% of all activity 100% of the time. It also captures information on suspicious or criminal activity more efficiently, improving your chances of a successful prosecution. In addition to making the most out of security systems and providing you with peace of mind, analytics can offer a range of additional features such as:
Missing object detection
Graffiti warnings using audio loudspeakers
Abandoned bag detection
For further information on analytics and how it could improve your security system, contact us today. You can reach us on 0141 363 9988 or alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you.