Financial institutions face a wider range of risks than ever before with cybercrime, internal fraud and robberies. The only way to minimise these risks is to ensure that the business is protected by a comprehensive security system that safeguards customers, employees and assets.
While CCTV surveillance has always been viewed as a traditional and essential security feature in the retail sector to prevent theft and shrinkage, the accelerated rate of technological advancement in surveillance software has transformed traditional CCTV surveillance into one of the most effective overall management tools available on the market today.
The danger in creating silos of the separate elements of a security system is that full functionality cannot be achieved since these elements are unable to communicate effectively. The end result is a system that falls short of its possible potential to provide organisations with a solution that leverages the full functionality of the individual parts of the whole.
Cathexis Technologies enjoyed a highly successful exhibition at Intersec 2016, the trade fair for Security, Safety and Fire Protection that was held in Dubai from 17-19 January. Cathexis used the opportunity to showcase the latest version of the world-class IP Video Management Solution, CathexisVision 2016.
The University of the Western Cape (UWC) appointed EES Africa to design and manage the installation of a new video management solution (VMS) for its campus. The client wanted the VMS to fully integrate with its current access control, fire detection and intrusion systems.
Video analytics has come a long way to where it is a reliable and trusted addition to video surveillance today. Many organisations rely on analytics today to make the jobs of monitoring cameras easier and more accurate, leaving human operators to do what technology can’t and to add real value – which excludes sitting and watching a screen all the time.
Following the establishment of its operations in the Middle East, Cathexis Technologies has recently completed the installation of its IP video management software, CathexisVision, across seven hotels in the emirates of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
The University of the Western Cape (UWC) appointed EES Africa to design & manage the installation of new Video Management Software (VMS) for their campus.