Article - CCTV, what does that mean?


CCTV, what does that mean?

Early warning systems, reduce cost of losses. The CCTV control room reacts to the event before the perpetrators have enough time to do damage to the client’s property. The term remote surveillance refers to the monitoring of the surveillance equipment installed on a site, from an offsite location. Continuous remote surveillance entails the use of monitoring staff, resources and equipment at a remote-control room that is dedicated to continuously monitoring the client’s property, personnel, and procedures. If these procedures or activities are not being followed or conducted correctly, the client will be notified via an agreed method.

Online support ensures all monitoring clients can be assisted live via the control room. CCTV, or closed-circuit television, is a system that allows you to keep an eye on what's going on in and around your premises. Cameras and monitors enable you to view events live, and recorders archive footage for later reference.

CCTV monitoring works by sending the video data the camera picks up to a remote monitoring station via the internet. These monitoring stations are designed to take rapid action and respond to any suspicious activity, protecting your property from all kinds of threats.

6 Advantages of CCTV

  • Peace of mind
  • Deterrent and crime prevention
  • Prosecution
  • Remote monitoring
  • Ideal in conjunction with intruder alarms
  • Reduced insurance premium

From safeguarding employees, customers, assets, and inventory, to monitoring your employee’s productivity and reducing the threat of burglary, vandalism and false insurance claims, commercial security camera systems are a must-have measure for any business, regardless of its size or industry.

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