Most of video surveillance equipment is preventative: Systems are set up to register problems as they occur and to keep calamity from compounding. Once a system is set up, most expect it to work. Yet, despite high-tech surveillance systems receiving regular maintenance inspections, every system is at risk of failing at just the wrong time.
In an effort to combat potential pitfalls, TKH Security recently introduced the Camera Health Check, which is composed of two video content analysis components: the Siqura Image Quality Monitor (IQM) and the Siqura Tampering Detector. It offers the CCTV and video surveillance industry a solution that monitors every system's most failure-prone part, namely, the camera.
By making sure that an alarm triggers the moment a camera stops working properly, operators can request the right kind of maintenance, the moment it is required. As a result, camera configurations utilizing extra cameras to ensure duplicates in the event of a breakdown become superfluous, ultimately cutting the cost of the overall surveillance system. Furthermore, system owners, end-users, and service level agreement (SLA) holders can be confident that the images they need are there the moment they need them.
TKH Security Solutions / Office: Siqura B.V.
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2801 DD Gouda
Tel: +31 182 592 333
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