CCTV just got more Sophisticated and more Affordable
Cameras can act as your eyes and ears when you are not on site. Technology around CCTV (closed circuit television) has improved as the cost of installation has dropped. High definition footage can be used to identify people and license plates – making the chance of identifying, apprehending and convicting criminals much greater. However, CCTV is used more widely than just security these days, for things such as health & safety, marketing and to assist sales strategy.
Like all security however, the effectiveness of the system is determined by the choices you make – at Ross Galt, we are here to help you make the very best choices.
Picking the right CCTV system for you
We provide CCTV systems tailored to the specific monitoring requirements of your business. From home security cameras that can be monitored from a remote location by smartphone, through to more extensive and sophisticated camera systems that have the capability of recording a license plate number from a fast moving vehicle – we have the solution to suit your business.
What do you need CCTV for?
Leasing of CCTV equipment is a good option to consider due to the rapid development of this technology. You can have the latest equipment installed with minimal or no initial capital outlay, pay an affordable & tax deductible fixed monthly fee for your preferred term (e.g. 36 months) and then have all equipment updated at the end of the term. This ensures your systems are keeping up with technology.
The power of CCTV
Use CCTV to accurately calculate the number of people entering your retail space in a given time.
Enjoy greater control over major and minor incidents with CCTV coverage.
Protect high value objects from shoplifting, and high risk areas for unwanted objects, with the missing or abandoned object function.
Detect missing object
Waiting time plays a big part in customer experience. Queuing management can help retailers manage checkout lines.
CCTV camera capabilities are perfect for retail and industrial health and safety applications.
Health & Safety
CCTV facial recognition functionality can be used to determine whether faces are present in the input face image or video.
Face recognition technology is now good enough to identify suspected “habitual thieves”.
Real-time suspect tracking
Use customer flow data collected by CCTV cameras to help schedule and allocate staff.
Staff allocation analysis
A fisheye camera provides heat map functionality displaying hot and cold areas based on customer flow, allowing for enhanced business analysis.
Facial attributes cameras analyse customer demographics. Show relevant product ads to your customers based characteristics such as age, gender and mood.
ANPR is a technology that uses optical character recognition on images to read license plates with high accuracy.
Number plate recognition
CCTV software can analyse the effect of weather events on the flow of traffic.