WHAT IS SURVEILLANCE?
Surveillance is, simply put, the observation and/or monitoring or "looking upon," the term encompasses not only visual observation but also the scrutiny of all behaviour, speech, and actions.
- Prominent examples of surveillance include:
- Surveillance cameras
- GPS tracking
- Internet surveillance and many more
Facial recognition, Analytics and detection
With the latest facial recognition technology, we provide accurate analysis and data for:
- Wireless perimeter systems
- Thermal Cameras
- Self-learning artificial intelligence algorithms
- Unusual behaviour detection
Provide a low-cost solution of a potential weak point in security or areas of interest like:
- Doors, Windows, gates or static items
Surveillance is also defined as the act of carefully watching someone or something especially in order to prevent or detect a crime. Today's technological capabilities take surveillance to new levels; no longer are spyglasses and "dropping" from the eaves of a roof necessary to observe an individual, to observe all the behaviour and actions of people without the need for a spy to be physically present.