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A rapidly growing sector in the modern world, encompasses a wide array of technologies and practices designed to monitor and track individuals, groups, and activities. From closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and facial recognition systems to data mining and social media monitoring, the surveillance industry has unprecedented access to vast amounts of information.
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The Video Surveillance Market, alone, was estimated to be worth $48.7 billion in 2022, and is poised to reach @76.4 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 9.4% from 2022 to 2027.
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Automatic Number Plate Recognition
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) is an advanced technology used in surveillance and law enforcement systems to automatically identify and read vehicle license plates.
These panels serve as the brain of the alarm system, collecting inputs from various sensors, such as motion detectors, door/window contacts, and smoke detectors.
By implementing access control solutions, businesses can enhance their overall security posture, safeguard valuable assets, protect sensitive data, and maintain a safe environment for employees and visitors alike.
EIO MONEY COUNTER
Professional Bill Counter
Money counters are electronic devices designed to accurately and efficiently count large quantities of cash. These machines are commonly used in banks, retail businesses, casinos, and other cash-intensive environments to streamline cash handling processes and reduce human error.
Environmental monitoring refers to the systematic observation and measurement of various environmental parameters to assess and understand the condition of ecosystems and natural resources.
AI THERMAL IMAGING
Temperature Detection & Alert
Thermal imaging is a powerful technology that allows the visualization of heat emitted by objects and living beings.
COMMAND CENTER MANAGEMENT
National Operation Center
PSIM, or Physical Security Information Management, is a comprehensive software platform that integrates and manages diverse security systems and devices into a unified command and control interface.
Barcode readers, also known as barcode scanners, are essential tools used in various industries for efficient and accurate data capture.
Facial recognition is a biometric technology that analyzes and identifies individuals based on unique facial features. Using sophisticated algorithms and pattern recognition techniques, facial recognition systems capture and analyze facial data from images or video feeds.
Input-Output (IO) devices are essential components of computer systems that enable communication between the computer and the external world. Input devices allow users to interact with the computer by sending data or commands to it.
IP cameras, also known as network cameras, are modern surveillance devices that capture and transmit video and audio data over computer networks or the internet. Unlike traditional analog cameras, IP cameras use digital technology to encode and compress video footage, which can then be accessed and viewed remotely from any location with internet connectivity.
Intercoms are communication systems that allow for instant, two-way communication between individuals in different locations within a building or property. They consist of both an internal unit and an external unit, enabling communication between people inside and outside the premises.
Emergency Alert & Management
These panels are responsible for monitoring and managing various fire-related devices, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, sprinkler systems, and manual pull stations.
Facilities Management & Monitoring
Fence surveillance is a security strategy that involves the installation of surveillance cameras and sensors along the perimeter of a property or facility, typically integrated with a central monitoring system.
Modems, short for modulator-demodulator, are crucial communication devices that facilitate data transmission between computers and the internet or other networks.
THIRD PARTY NVR DVR
IP Footage Management & Storage
Third-party NVRs (Network Video Recorders) are NVR systems that are not directly provided or manufactured by the same company as the IP cameras being used in the surveillance system.
Video analytics is a cutting-edge technology that involves the use of artificial intelligence and advanced algorithms to analyze video footage and extract meaningful information. It enables computers to automatically interpret and understand the content of videos, detecting objects, events, and patterns in real-time or recorded video streams.
STORAGE & SERVERS
Storage and servers are integral components of modern computing systems. Servers are powerful computers designed to provide various services and resources to other devices on a network.
POINT OF SALE
Point of Sale (POS) refers to the specific location where a customer completes a purchase transaction at a retail store or business. It is the final step in the sales process, where goods or services are exchanged for payment.
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDERS
IP Footage Management & Storage
Network Video Recorders (NVRs) are specialized devices used in video surveillance systems to store and manage video footage from IP cameras. Unlike traditional Digital Video Recorders (DVRs), which work with analog cameras, NVRs are designed to process and record digital video streams from IP cameras over a computer network.
Video encoders, also known as video servers or IP encoders, are devices used to convert analog video signals from analog cameras or other video sources into digital format for transmission over IP networks.
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