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UNDERSTAND CCTV - THE BASICS
Armoring your surroundings with CCTV Surveillance ensures an additional level of security and, choosing the right system and efficient partner to do it, makes a lot of difference. Surveillance has become an essential commodity for all business, events, hospitality sector, educational sector as well as residential settlements. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) technology has evolved over the years and with every passing innovation, the system has become accessible, intelligent, compact and above all affordable. GABO believes that, it is necessary for our customer to be aware of the system, so that they choose their best available system upfront. Travelling together towards that point, we would like to present some facts about the technicalities involved in the choice of an apt surveillance system.
TYPE OF CAMERA - BY SHAPE & INSTALLATION POSITION
Named based on its design, bullet cameras are most suitable for long range visibility applications. Bullet like shape helps fit in a long lens, thereby enabling longer viewing range than other models. Mostly weather proof, these are more often used for outdoor viewing purposes
Suited for indoor applications, the dome camera fits in perfectly into any interior space. With rounded and small shape, it is best suited for wide and short viewing range. Dome cameras also come in Vandal proof models, which are hard to damage and dismantle.
Preferred in industrial applications for very close range monitoring, C-Mount cameras are specially designed with lens close to CCD to give clear images at very short distance. Recently, thermal and CS mounted cameras are often used as an alternatives to C-Mount Cameras.
Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) camera gives the dimensional option to cover larger perimeters with a single camera. Configured to a remote controller, the camera can be tilted and rotated from a centralised location. Pan and Zoom options, over live video makes it best suited for public utility spots and open space coverage.
TYPE OF CAMERA - BY TECHNOLOGY
BIOMETRIC ATTENDANCE AND ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
Biometric Attendance systems are technical hybrid products of automation and recognition. Basic characteristic of a biometric system involves recognising a user or product with an unique identity. Identification units has been changing over time and the evolution from finger prints and veins have upgraded to Iris and face detection off late. Biometric units are developed to recognise any user based on these unique attributes.With advent of new technologies, the processing time taking for recognition, the authenticity of each detection and the failure rate for each process and the data processing features have all grown by leaps and bounds. Associated add-on features and compatibility with other systems have also seen tremendous growth.
Starting as stand alone systems, biometric devices have now evolved to communicate seamlessly with networking servers, computers, mechanical devices and so many other functional and networking components. The core benefits of biometric systems still heavily credited towards Attendance data management and access control. Processing of the recorded data, has reduced the necessary person hours to a minimal number and also, the chance of human errors and discrepancies. Automation process has undoubtedly become the most valuable part of these systems.
Access control and management has become essential part of almost all commerical and industrial establishments. Biometric or identification based access management has been the norm for all secured areas and there are numerous options available for the setting up of such systems. Right from door entry management to data management , all physical and logical access related requirements can be handled by Biometric Units.
TYPES OF ATTENDANCE SYSTEMS
Fingerprint or palm-based attendance systems are the most popular patterns around. With multiple finger authentication possible for a single person, it is the best and fast possible attendance and authentication form.
Face recognition is the latest evolution in attendance management. With deep learning algorithm, a 3D imaging of the face would be captured and stored in the device. People face verification cannot be impersonated with photos.
Biomax SpeedFace Series
RFID cards are an easier option for attendance as well as access control. Cards are usually differentiated by the storage availability within the card, as proximity card and MIFARE card. Lately cards are used more for rotational attendance solutions.
ESSL KR500 E/M
Most basic form of authentication is the passcode. Unique passcodes are used for attendance.In most scenarios, it would be used as an additional level of security either with face, fingerprint or RFID. But it is frequently used in access control
TRENDING BIOMETRIC PRODUCTS
Wireless Time Attendance System
ESSL SFace 900
Face Based Attendance System
Face Recognition Based
RFID Based Intelligent
ASSOCIATED BIOMETRIC ACCESSORIES
Electromagnetic Lock - Single
Dual Electromagnetic Lock
EM Lock Clamps
Strike Lock Bracket
Electric Drop Bolt Lock
Electric Strike Lock
Keypad RFID Reader
Digital Keypad Reader
Exit Switch - Metal
Exit Switch - Plastic
Proximity ID Cards
Full Length Turnstile
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