What is Video surveillance?
Video surveillance or Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) is a type of technology used to observe behaviour, specifically identifying areas of concern. They are connected to a recording device or IP Network. Common areas that video surveillance is deployed includes public places such as transport links, perimeter of secure facilities as well as private areas.
The depth of information that can be gathered from video surveillance is vast. Biometric technologies or facial technologies use the recorded videos to profile, sort and identify individuals.
The development of video surveillance has created new opportunities to identify crime as well as preventing it.
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