Surveon megapixel cameras adhere to ONVIF standards and are fully compatible with other major third party VMS
Surveon city solutions include network cameras with excellent image quality, VMS, video analytics and NVRs

As a number of terrorist attacks had taken place around the world these days, city surveillance has become a crucial issue with top priority facing by local and central governments. How to prevent the attacks beforehand or efficiently track down suspicious actions from the videos afterwards should be taken into account when it comes to the effectiveness of surveillance system. Surveon city solutions provide product lines including network cameras with excellent image quality and lowest RMA rate, feature-rich VMS with video analytics function as well as large storage capacity for 120-day non-stopping recording. These comprehensive solutions help governments to build good foundations to improve social order, crack down on crimes, and protect citizens from horrible attacks.

Surveillance system for outdoor environments

Generally speaking, the governments might encounter some major challenges when designing a suitable surveillance system, such as heat, humidity, and temperature changes in the outdoor environment. Under such circumstances, Surveon provides cameras with excellent megapixel image quality and lowest RMA rate to handle harsh outdoor conditions in wide temperature and 90%+ humidity environment. Moreover, its low light performance and WDR allow police units to easily recognise crucial details, such as licence plates. Among Surveon camera selection, 3MP HDR box camera CAM2441SC or 3MP outdoor bullet camera CAM3471HEM could be some good options to use under this application.

End-to-end city surveillance solutions

Surveon provides cameras with excellent megapixel image quality and lowest RMA rate to handle harsh outdoor conditions

The data retention of recorded video is particularly important to the planning and acceptance of government security projects. Surveon NVRs, such as NVR2100/5000 Series and NVR7316, provide large capacities for 120-day non-stopping recording, extended IP storage, and RAID function for zero video loss. In addition, Surveon intuitive VMS offers features such as real-time analytics, remote monitoring, centralised domain management, frame by frame in live view and playback modes, offering police units powerful yet easy to use solutions for city surveillance. By paired with Surveon enterprise VMS, the solutions not only improve safety and security, but provide robust prevention, preparedness, detection, and quick response measures.

Surveon city solutions have been successfully applied in some major cities in Taiwan and Mongolia. “We can view the footage in real-time to determine what resources are needed before dispatching the team. The result is faster and more effective in crime prevention and security management. We are pleased to have deployed Surveon’s end-to-end professional solutions” said the Sükhbaatar district police officer in Mongolia.

ONVIF compliant

Surveon’s megapixel cameras adhere to ONVIF standards and are fully compatible with other major third party VMS, supporting partners a broad range of solution options for city surveillance.

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