Re-deployable auto-tracking camera

Dealing with vandalism and anti-social behaviour is time consuming and costly. The process is exacerbated by the fact that if eradicated in one location, the problem often recurs in another.

Sep 11, 2008
By Paul Jacques
Former PCs Deniz Jaffer (left) and Jamie Lewis.

Dealing with vandalism and anti-social behaviour is time consuming and costly. The process is exacerbated by the fact that if eradicated in one location, the problem often recurs in another.

ClearView’s rapid deployment CCTV systems are designed to monitor and record this type of behaviour.

They not only help combat and deter the initial problem, but eradicate the technical and logistical issue of how to deploy cameras to the right location quickly and easily.

One such system, IMC – intelligent moving camera powered by Viseum software – can be programmed to look for, track and record certain types of human behaviour automatically and unmanned. The system works using a combination of fixed cameras for 360 degrees of cover and a high performance PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) camera for close-up tracking.

When any of the fixed cameras detect activity that matches the pre-defined parameters programmed into the system, they activate the PTZ camera which then tracks and records events. All fixed cameras can record activity for continuity of evidence.

The combination of a scene-specific programmable system, with constant 360 degrees of vision, and auto-tracking unmanned operation results in a state-of-the-art, powerful system.

For more information visit www.clearview-communications.com

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