Vision verification systems

Security Resort Group offers video verification packages for your facilities to provide faster response times to security than traditional monitoring systems and reduce ongoing security costs.

Our systems integrate the latest camera technologies with a secure monitoring connection. When an alarm is received by the ACO system, the monitoring station immediately sees the scene of the camera in which the alarm occurred, which allows an immediate verification of the alarm. Video verification saves you money on unnecessary guard or police alerts and ensures faster response times when needed. The most important advantages of video verification: All alarms are visually verified, providing faster and more accurate recognition of the threat by the operator

1. Video verification allows you to register the activities of criminals during the intrusion, because alarm events are received by the monitoring station. Operators have the possibility to play a pre-alarm, ie a material registered up to several seconds before the occurrence of an alarm event, which greatly affects the assessment of the situation and often allows to see how the threat came about. Thanks to this assessment, the operator makes a quick decision and chooses the type of event handling. Decides to send emergency or intervention services if required. Without a visual verification of the monitoring station, the operator is forced to send a patrol to verify the alarm, which increases the costs and extends the verification process.

2. Virtual patrol - it usually reduces the costs of physical protection or preventive patrol sending in order to check the object, often up to 80%. Thanks to the Virtual Patrol, the monitoring station can effectively monitor the premises by remotely displaying live data from cameras installed on-site. Virtual Patrol is a proven alternative to physical patrols; they are safer and can often be more effective than on-site guards.

3. Your own secure private network - will there be a VPN? What makes the Video Surveillance System connected to ACO SRG within the Video Verification Service different from other remote video monitoring products is that it has a secure encrypted VPN tunnel connection that allows your cameras to connect to the monitoring station and vice versa, with certainty that your data is secure. This private and secure connection is established for each camera connected to the monitoring station.

4. How does it work? The control panel and video surveillance system is installed on site. It can consist of sets of internal sensors to detect intruders, emergency call buttons or a combination of both. The cameras are positioned so as to ensure the maximum range of the scene, including privacy zones and coverage restrictions in the form of masking zones that the camera should not see. In addition to classic cameras, we also use 360 ​​degree fisheye cameras to ensure maximum scene coverage while reducing costs. The image from such a camera can be divided into several individual scenes and separately reviewed and supervised. When the alarm system generates any alarm (seizure or burglary) that will be reported to the ACO and displayed on the screen of the monitoring station operator's station, the Video Surveillance System will also generate an alarm to ACO and will immediately display the alarm zones connected to the alarm zone on the same or auxiliary screen position. This allows the operator to immediately assess the situation on the spot. The operator can communicate with a person calling for help or issuing warning messages to an intruder. The conversation is carried out via a camera that supports the audio track (microphone and loudspeaker). Then, if necessary, call the intervention service or ignore the alarm after consulting the person who activated it. Emergency services will be in a hurry because the alarm has been verified visually and the potential threat has been confirmed. Video verification makes it possible to eliminate false alarms in 99%, which significantly increases the professionalism of the alarm system of the protected facility.