Closed-Circuit Television

CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) is a video surveillance system that uses cameras to monitor and record activities in specific areas. It is commonly used for security and surveillance purposes in public spaces, businesses, homes, and various other environments. The footage captured by CCTV cameras can be live-streamed to security personnel or recorded for later review.

Key Components and Aspects of CCTV:

  • Cameras
  • CCTV systems consist of cameras strategically placed to monitor areas of interest. There are various types of cameras, including fixed cameras, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras, dome cameras, and more.
  • Video Management System (VMS)
  • The VMS is the software used to control and manage the CCTV cameras. It allows operators to view live feeds, access recorded footage, and configure camera settings.
  • Recording and Storage
  • CCTV systems can record footage locally on a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR) or store it in the cloud.
  • Video Analytics
  • Advanced CCTV systems includes video analytics capabilities, such as motion detection, object tracking, facial recognition, and people counting, to automate monitoring and improve situational awareness.
  • Remote Access
  • CCTV systems offer remote access, allowing users to view live or recorded footage on their smartphones, tablets, or computers from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • Integration
  • Integrating CCTV with access control systems enhances security by providing visual verification of individuals attempting to access restricted areas.
  • Centralised Management
  • Organisations implement centralised application that allow administrators to manage access policies, permissions, and user accounts from a central location.
  • Audit Trail
  • CCTV application maintain audit logs to track access attempts and activities. This helps with security investigations and compliance requirements.
  • Privacy Considerations
  • CCTV usage must comply with privacy laws and regulations to protect individuals' rights and ensure the responsible use of surveillance systems.

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