CCTV (Closed-circuit Television)

CCTV, or closed-circuit television, is a system used to monitor and secure industrial parks, warehouses, office buildings and other public or private areas. This system consists of cameras placed in strategic locations that record video footage. The footage is then transmitted to a monitoring centre where it can be viewed on screens or stored for later analysis.

Use of CCTV in industrial parks:

  • Crime prevention: the presence of cameras can deter potential offenders from illegal activities.
  • In the event of an incident, CCTV footage provides important evidence that can aid investigations.
  • Security monitoring: In addition to crime prevention, cameras can help monitor security risks such as fires or hazardous substance leaks.
  • Increasing a sense of security: Employees and visitors feel safer knowing that the premises are being monitored.

CCTV systems have become an essential part of the complex security of industrial sites, where they help not only in the fight against crime, but also in ensuring general safety and property protection.

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