Choosing to install products which are tried and tested from market-leading suppliers, we offer robust product quality and the latest CCTV technologies. Our carefully chosen CCTV suppliers are Hikvision, Honeywell and Avigilon.
CCTV stands for closed-circuit television and depicts the use of video Surveillance cameras or Security cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors or to a recording.
Each CCTV systems is individually created to match your particular needs. Initially we complete a site evaluation. We then select the most suitable equipment based on your requested quality of recording, storage needs and number of cameras required. CCTV systems have turned into a much more economical option for virtually any security challenge. The most recent generation of equipment is packed with many benefits and features which has lifted the bar on what you can now expect to achieve from your purchase.
We offer Analogue and IP (Internet Protocol) systems. Both work on a similar principle. With analogue the camera contains a wireless radio (RF) transmitter. This transmitter broadcasts the camera’s video, which is picked up by a receiver and connected to a monitor or recording device. Some receivers have built-in storage, while others must be connected to a digital voice recorder (DVR). An IP camera is a type of digital video camera commonly employed for surveillance but unlike analogue, it can send and receive data via a computer network and the Internet or connect to a network video recorder (NRV).
More detail on the features of IP CCTV systems is shown below. Both types of systems offer smart phone remote viewing via apps and T H WHITE can offer each solution with comprehensive analytics
Different types of CCTV cameras we offer:
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Hotspots and Traffic Routes – In a retail environment the system can assess the patterns of the customers and how they move through the store, illustrating the product lines that attract your customers. This help you plan the most effective sites for sales and impulse buys.
The system monitors queue lengths during your operating hours throughout the year to help with better planning of staff and effects of abandonment of customers
Object Detection – The system can detect specific objects and alert staff if a need arises or if items are moved from a set location.
Line Crossing and Area Detection – This can alert you if someone or something breaks the invisible line or enters the area you have selected
Facial Recognition – One of the latest developments in surveillance, facial recognition dynamically compares individuals against a stored pre-defined access control list and can alert staff of any known or individuals or mismatches.
Automatic Numbers Plate Recognition – This ensure your premises remain secure whilst providing unhindered access to authorised vehicles by opening gates or barriers automatically. You can also set up what is known as a “black list” so you receive an alert if certain vehicles on your list enter the premises.