Ever increasing crime in South Africa has resulted in the implementation and deployment of the latest in security technology. EES, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, considers the Interactive 3D Map and Time Compressor integral technology to CCTV security systems.
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, January 22, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - The latest in security technology is the Interactive 3D Map and Time Compressor. EES, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, providing management, engineering and technical auditing services, considers this technology integral to CCTV security systems which the company designs for public and private companies globally.
Through flexibility and freedom of configuration this leading edge technology enables simultaneous video recording and real-time security surveillance. The technology is suitable for any industry requiring CCTV security.
The first technology is the Interactive 3D Map. It superimposes CCTV camera locations on a site map and displays camera views in the same window, as shown in this diagram. The handy viewing mode allows operators to monitor situations without spending time switching between windows. Operators can instantly pinpoint where a selected camera is located on the map and identify the corresponding location of interest.
Cameras in the layout are color-coded by current status. Camera names and fields of view can be shown or hidden depending on user requirements, and the map can be tilted for convenience.
Complementing the Interactive Map is the second new security technology, which takes the form of a Time Compressor on CCTV video systems. Time Compressor allows the user to set a time range for video footage and get a short video clip of all moving objects in the scene. Objects and events captured at different times are displayed simultaneously in a condensed "video synopsis". When an object of interest is spotted, the user clicks to jump for playback of the corresponding video fragment.
Time Compressor is especially convenient for viewing large archives that feature a relatively small number of active objects. Instead of spending hours scrubbing through footage, the operator can find the necessary fragment in just minutes
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