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Facial recognition software is a biometric technology used to identify the human face. Current facial recognition systems analyse the characteristics of a face using images taken with a CCTV/ IP camera. Facial recognition systems use up to 80 nodal points, creating a numerical code. Features include length of the jawline, cheekbones shape, distance between the eyes, depth of the eye sockets, and the nose width.


  • Quickly identify intruders or threats as they enter your premises.
  • Identify VIP’s on entry to your establishment, allowing concierge services or staff to greet them by name.
  • Assist in enforcing self-exclusion & RSA programs.
  • Marketing or reward programs.
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Our People Counting Solution uses a stereo counting camera, armed with VIVOTEK’s 3D Depth technology and video surveillance functionality, providing real-time precise tracking video with up to 98% accuracy. The stereo camera with the software generates data by counting people as they enter your facility.



  • Human resource allocation during busy or quiet periods.
  • Calculate ROI on marketing initiatives by comparing.
  • Meeting safety standards by knowing when your venue is at capacity.
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License plates can be used for significantly more than identification and registration purposes, It’s becoming more and more of a basic minimum requirement for license plates to be captured for identification and registration purposes. License Plate Recognition Software (LPRS) works lightning fast with great accuracy.

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As with most industries these days, cloud-based offerings are becoming increasingly prominent, and IP Video surveillance is no exception. There is now a whole array of options when it comes to cloud surveillance for clubs and pubs.
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There are numerous insights to consider such as parking metrics around days and times visited, length of stay, frequency etc. Patterns start to emerge you can use when planning your business resources. Plan maintenance around times when you expect low traffic or drive marketing initiatives at quiet times to increase traffic.

SECURITY – Having a database of vehicles when incidents have occurred on a premises is critical, having this aligned to your video analytics software assists in identifying the potential problem vehicle.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – Implementing rules and parameters is very useful. Allowing automatic entry/exit for authorised vehicles saves time.

WARNING SYSTEMS – Warning systems can be put in place for unrecognised vehicles entering restricted areas.



PLUG & PLAY – Cloud based solutions tend to be far simpler to setup and configure, and most are plug and play. They are also simple to get linked to your smartphone.

EASE OF ACCESS FROM ANY DEVICE – Cloud solutions offer easy access to your surveillance system from most tablets, PC’s and smartphones. Provided you have the right credentials you should be able to access and view your surveillance system from anywhere.

BETTER PHYSICAL SECURITY – Since there is no physical recording device onsite it makes your surveillance system more secure, you won’t find yourself in a situation where an intruder simply finds your NVR and disconnects it or takes it with them.

BETTER INTERNET SECURITY – It’s a common misconception that cloud solutions are less secure than a physical NVR. The opposite is true if you use “port forwarding” to get remote access to your NVR, this opens up a security risks from hackers, not only to your surveillance system but also to your internal network.

INITIAL COST – NVR’s are still relatively expensive as are hard drives. A cloud-based solution offers you practically no initial capital outlay, instead you simply pay the monthly service fee.

SCALABILITY – Cloud solutions are typically far easier to scale than traditional NVR based storage, if you add more cameras or upgrade cameras to record at a higher quality, cloud solutions are simpler to scale, no need to buy additional NVR’s or hard drives, all you simply do is upgrade your plan.

HEALTH MONITORING – Cloud based systems have the ability to alert you when there is an issue with a camera or video feed, while this can be done on traditional systems it is far more complex and requires a lot of additional setup.

MAINTENANCE & BACKUP – With cloud solutions all maintenance is done for you so no need to hassle with software upgrades or reliability issues. Since it’s cloud based, doing backups also becomes a non-issue.