CCTV is vital to asset protection whether as a stand-alone measure or part of a fully integrated security solution – reliable, affordable and effective surveillance is a resource organisations depend on.
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Although many understand that CCTV is a deterrent and serves as a preventative measure to help you identify and analyse people and vehicle movements, todays technology offers much more than simple protection to your employees, customers and assets.
Professional CCTV surveillance is about foreseeing problems and stopping them at the source, picking out wrongdoers in a crowd and monitoring an organisation’s key operations.
Lazerbeam Fire and Security provide CCTV solutions across a wide range of technologies for new or existing installations should you want to migrate your current system to the new IP and Network based technologies or maintain your existing analogue system.
We pride ourselves in providing our clients with a tailor made package. Whether you need a few cameras, or many, our solutions are easy to manage and quick to adapt to your business.
Lazerbeam Fire and Security offers Integrated Technology Solutions and take a pro-active approach to every security situation, by staying ahead of the game with cutting-edge technology.
We pride ourselves on offering a personal approach, and fully integrable solutions meeting both legal and operational requirements to our clients at a competitive price.
Anti-Explosion & Heat Resistant Cameras
These cameras are designed to operate in the most robust and dangerous conditions. They are purposely built to withstand oil or gas explosions and to operate in conditions such as hurricane force winds. Many cameras have additional Full HD fixed IP systems with variable zoom infrared illumination. Some of the advantages include being a great crime deterrent and providing essential monitoring. Certified for explosion-prone applications, they offer high-quality video monitoring and unparalleled smart functions to detect anomalies and protect your staff and properties in the hazardous environments.
Analytic & self-learning CCTV Cameras
Self-learning analytics help to extend the effectiveness of security operations whilst providing effective monitoring and real time response from your team with comprehensive design to manage high-definition video.
Some of the key benefits from these systems include tracking, easy setup, cost effectiveness and real time analytics, providing highly accurate ways of detecting people, vehicles or objects. The analytic software is compatible with cameras on both IP and analogue systems. In addition to this, no additional licensing is required.
Self-learning video analytics works out-of-the-box without manual calibration. Pattern-based classification and tracking technology. Object classification and tracking using pattern-based analytics algorithms are tuned to recognize people and vehicles, while ignoring nuisance motion.
Fire Detection Cameras
With thermal detecting Fire Prevention Cameras, you can detect the early warning signs of a fire. Using radiometric thermal imaging technology, these cameras raise the alarm when detecting developing high temperature hot spots that occur before the outbreak of smoke or fire. This is particularly useful in situations where large quantities of combustible material are stored, providing 24 hour thermal surveillance capability which can be integrated to trigger automatic fire suppression systems such as water cannons or sprinklers.
Fire Detection cameras out perform visual cameras in dark or poorly lit areas, making them less sensitive to light conditions. We offer advanced thermal cameras embedded with self-learning video analytics to help create a protection area around your premises. These cameras are able to uncover hidden issues in a building, early detection of electrical faults as well as be very useful in regards to people management. This is especially true when assessing the risk of personnel in a post-coronavirus world, early detection of those showing a temperature.
Multi-Sensor & Multi-Direction Cameras
Multi-sensor cameras allow you to view all channels in a single stitched picture, whereas multi-directional cameras utilise multiple channels in order to display images from all areas of view point. The main advantages include real-time monitoring, detailed imagery, a 360 degree view, great coverage as well as being cost effective.
Number Plate Recognition
ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) Cameras work by automatically capturing and registering vehicle license plates from distances up to 260m. Fully programmable with many additional features, These cameras use a technology that has optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates to create vehicle location data.
It can use existing closed-circuit television, road-rule enforcement cameras, or cameras specifically designed for the task. Systems commonly use infrared lighting to allow the camera to take the picture at any time of day or night.
Identifying vehicles at entry gates and providing temporary access to visitors is a major benefit for businesses, local authorities and a range of other organizations. Now, managers in any area can improve entrance security to schools, offices, and factories, for instance, or to implement road tolling, and much more.
These advanced cameras are used in supply chain management, smart cities, and other areas where vehicular tracking is required.
Facial Recognition Cameras
Facial recognition systems implement technology such as biometrics which is designed to match a human face from a digital image or video frame from usually a database of faces to find a match.This is often utilised as a system in order to authenticate users through ID verification services via pinpointing and measuring facial features from a given image.
Facial analysis algorithms enable security cameras to learn your company's regular visitor’s faces. This makes for more seamless system control (the camera can "recognize" you at the door and disarm the alarm) and increases the detail of alerts.
Live Facial Recognition technology is considered an efficient and effective policing tactic to prevent and detect crime, and protect the most vulnerable in our society. Police typically use the technology at public events and crowded public spaces and will deploy additional teams to aid policing operations where they have intelligence that supports its use.
These unobtrusive cameras are ideal for installation in tight spaces where non-invasive monitoring is required. Recessed Mount cameras enable sleek, elegant and discreet recessed ceiling installations revealing only the camera dome and the low-profile cover ring, providing exceptional image quality in 1.3, 2 and 3 MP resolutions.
Counting People & Occupancy Cameras
Counting people cameras can be highly effective in order to measure the number of people in your store – who are visiting, engaging in a promotion for example.
A Video Turnstile counting unit (or virtual machine counter) is connected to a CCTV or IP camera and performs real-time analysis of the video for immediate detection and counting of people. During setup, video and analysis can be streamed to a central computer where the settings and counts can be seen.
They can also be used in order to comply with social distancing measures, providing accurate data recording. These devices can be implemented in single or multiple entrances with synchronised counting.
Fish Eye Cameras
The Fish Eye Cameras has a lens type which is used to shoot extremely wide angles, usually 180 degrees. It produces an image which often appears distorted giving a more abstract appearance. Features and benefits include being very discreet in design and function with panoramic surveillance available. They are extremely cost effective and offer the ability to pan, tilt and zoom in both live or recorded footage making them an ideal choice with a number of uses.
Providing 360° panoramic views of large areas from a single vantage point, bringing superior situational awareness without any blind spots. Facilities such as Schools, retailers, offices, hospitals and manufacturing plants can leverage the camera’s high-resolution video to monitor processes and optimize operational efficiencies, along with its analytics and AI capabilities to proactively detect critical events and enhance the productivity of security teams.
Pan, Tilt & Zoom Cameras (PTZ)
Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Cameras bring wide area coverage and long range detail with up to 36x zoom for superior situational awareness. PTZ cameras have the ability to pan, zoom and tilt in order to display a wide area. This enables the user to gather a lot of detail per shot, use the zoom function to gather real time information, as well as being extremely robust making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Available in 2, 4 and 8 MP resolutions, providing high-quality, evidentiary images and 360° views for you to monitor critical infrastructure, public safety, gaming, transportation, ports or large open areas (e.g. parking lots) with ease.
Video Management Systems
A video management system, also known as video management software or a video management server, is a component of a security camera system that in general:
- Collects video from cameras and other sources.
- Records / stores that video to a storage device.
- Provides an interface to both view the live video, and access recorded video.
A VMS can be the software component of a network video recorder and digital video recorder, though in general a VMS tends to be more sophisticated and provide more options and capabilities than a packaged NVR device.
A VMS is a combination of video software and server hardware. VMS enables better camera integration, faster compression and storage settings, and simpler management.
A video management system (VMS) orchestrates a surveillance workflow by integrating with cameras, encoders, recording systems, underlying storage infrastructure, client workstations, gateway systems and analytics software, mainly by providing a single interface for video surveillance infrastructure management.
Thermal & Heat Detection Cameras
Thermal cameras detect temperature by recognizing and capturing different levels of infrared light. This light is invisible to the naked eye, but can be felt as heat if the intensity is high enough. ... The hotter an object is, the more infrared radiation it produces.These cameras are sophisticated devices that process the captured image and display it on a screen. These images can be used for immediate diagnosis or processed through specialized software for further evaluation, accuracy and report output. Firefighters use them to see through smoke, find people and localize hot spots of fires. Law enforcement uses the technology to manage surveillance activities, locate and apprehend suspects, investigate crime scenes and conduct search and rescue operations.
Dome & Bullet Cameras
Dome security cameras get their name by their circular, dome shape. Although dome security cameras can be used both indoors and outdoors, many businesses including hotels, restaurants, and retail stores use dome cameras inside due to their discrete design. One of the main benefits of a dome camera is that the dome can make it difficult to determine where the camera is pointing. In addition, dome cameras are generally more durable and resistant to vandalism as the camera lens is protected.
Bullet cameras are also named by their distinct cylindrical shape, which looks like a bullet shell or lipstick tube. The main benefits of bullet cameras are their range and installation. Bullet cameras have a longer range which makes them ideal for viewing large areas like backyards and parking lots.
Covert / Hidden Cameras
Disguised CCTV cameras can help you protect property or people without having large cameras on display. Some of these kits offer cameras sneakily disguised as everyday objects, such as smoke detectors or light sensors, whereas others are just really small and easy to hide somewhere out of sight.
The ways we work with different sectors.
Lazerbeam has protected many businesses across a wide range of sectors. In the section below, we have identified some of the key markets that have enjoyed greater protection from a Lazerbeam CCTV system.
Protecting Hospitality Venues
In hospitality applications you need to safeguard your people, but also protect your assets. These types of sites have the added challenges of the public visiting them, difficult lighting, obstructed views and the need to capture the smallest of details from your video images. Lazerbeam systems help you to:
Protect visitors and staff without being obtrusive Monitor detail in high definition
Protecting Business Property and Your Profits
Video surveillance systems are an important part of an effective building security system. CCTV systems need to protect people and property but also protect your profits.
In a busy office environment, it ́s important to have security that is reliable and protects your business during opening hours and around the clock. Your system needs to provide you with:
Sharp images 24/7 and regardless of conditions
Analytics, alerts and integration Solutions that expand with your business Operate on open platform software
Protecting Schools, Colleges and Universities
If you are responsible for protecting an educational establishment you will be acutely aware that you need to create an environment that is safe for students and teachers alike. A Lazerbeam CCTV system can help you protect your school efficiently and reliable and to:
Ensure staff and student safety Deter violence and theft Minimize vandalism Investigate incidents easily
Hotel CCTV Systems
As a hotel you will be aware of the heightened responsible you have for the safety of your guests and staff. Whilst protecting your hotel you also need to be mindful of privacy for your guests. Using Lazerbeam’s experience in this sector you will find that we can give your guests peace of mind and privacy whilst helping you to:
Improve safety for guests and staff Operate security for your hotel covertly and discreetly Help improve hotel operations and provide auditing and staff management capability
Protecting Secure Sites
When you are responsible for a major site or industrial facility, you need to be prepared for all sorts of threats. With a Lazerbeam CCTV system you can:
- Detect and identify intruders at the perimeter before they have attacked your site
- Use modern HDTV security cameras which allow you to zoom into vital areas
- Use PTZ cameras that automatically follow a moving person
- Do guard tours where the camera moves automatically to continually monitor many sensitive areas
- Record highly detailed video scenes with HDTV image quality for future analysis
- Use thermal cameras to detect people, vehicles and incidents even in complete darkness