In most surveillance solutions, the end user uses the video surveillance system for forensic or sporadic investigations, checking for situations that have already occurred, and using the video to determine what happened, to help file charges against the perpetrator crime or see a particular incident that is happening at that time. This is continually going on in the financial industry because banks need to be able to review surveillance videos at a post-incident date to identify a person who charged a fraudulent check, for example. But for some security officials, real-time video is a critical element. Some large financial institutions need to monitor security cameras consistently during the day or during busy periods where there are many customers in the bank. The more valuable the asset you are trying to protect, the more intensive the surveillance.
Fortunately, for those who handle active surveillance situations, security systems have facilitated many of the processes through various aspects, such as the incorporation of analytics that can alert officers to potential situations; the ability to see what is happening remotely from a mobile device; cost savings, especially for large installations and network-based redundancy.
When viewing an ongoing incident, it is critical that cameras and monitors have the lowest possible latency so that system operators can guide the PTZ camera quickly and accurately to follow the action. The good news is that the most innovative video management systems now include key aspects that improve performance during active surveillance activities at busy times. One of these aspects is the knowledge of the situation through analytical or the possibility of receiving alerts when unusual activities occur, such as a person who enters through an exit. For a bank, this may be, for example, identifying a long line of customers and making sure there are enough ATMs to handle transactions. The system can also be configured to send an alert if a group of people meets in a particular area of the bank.
In a situation where there is a person shooting at a bank, it can be difficult to implement analytics because of the large amount of open space or access to the bank that people can use both to enter and leave the building. However, by using video with multiple views and synchronized by time, security personnel can monitor the different views of the cameras that show the offender and then create a timeline to recreate the incident: where did it start to shoot, where the incident occurred, where the offender is now, etc. And this video can also be sent to officers who are tracking the offender so they can see what is happening in real time, rather than having to use audio transmissions to tell them where to go and what to look for. All these factors are necessary for the proper design and execution of a security system that provides an active surveillance environment. When planning a system, make sure you have all these factors in mind.
Are you interested in installing or upgrading a surveillance system at a Bank? Don’t hesitate to contact Dicsan Technology. Our experience team of technician are ready to assist you, weather you would like an estimate for a new system or prices for upgrading an existing system. To learn more about our services, please feel free to contact us.
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