IP Surveillance System

3G/4G/Satellite CCTV Monitoring Solutions/ Video management software/system

Precision Infocomm IP Surveillance system monitoring different areas of the vessel

CCTV Monitoring

In today's maritime industry, ensuring safety, security, and operational efficiency is of utmost importance. An IP surveillance system, coupled with CCTV monitoring and video management systems (VMS), have emerged as critical solutions for vessels.

Knowing that high-quality, reliable security cameras keep a vigilant eye on your facility even when you are not on board the vessel or at a remote location can provide you with tremendous peace of mind. Investing in a scalable end-to-end solution that integrates with your existing IP network creates a more efficient network with visual access onboard the vessel anytime.

Leveraging our experiences in the marine sector as networking experts, we are at the forefront of technological evolution that is changing the face of physical security. We deliver a full line of IP cameras, network switches, video storage devices, and video management software/system technologies to address different needs. Assisting each owner to deploy a cost-effective IP surveillance system with the flexibility, scalability, performance, and compatibility expected from a best-of-breed security solution.

What is an IP surveillance system?

An IP surveillance system utilizes IP cameras to capture and transmit video data over computer networks. These systems leverage network infrastructure and provide advanced features and functionalities compared to traditional analog CCTV systems. IP cameras are connected to a network, allowing for remote access, video storage, and management capabilities.

Why CCTV Monitoring Should Be Implemented On Vessels

CCTV monitoring plays a vital role in enhancing security and operational efficiency on vessels. Here are some key reasons for its importance:

a. Security Enhancement:

CCTV cameras act as a deterrent to potential threats, providing visual evidence in case of security breaches, thefts, or unauthorized access. They monitor critical areas such as the bridge, engine room, cargo holds, and access points.

b. Safety Assurance:

CCTV monitoring enables real-time observation of critical operations, aiding in identifying hazards, detecting fire or smoke, monitoring crew behavior, and ensuring compliance with safety protocols.

c. Incident Investigation:

CCTV footage serves as valuable evidence for incident investigation and analysis. It helps identify the root cause, assess liability, and implement corrective measures to prevent future occurrences.

d. Operational Efficiency:

CCTV monitoring assists in monitoring cargo handling, vessel navigation, and maintenance activities. It optimizes processes, identifies bottlenecks, and improves overall operational efficiency.

Video Management System for Vessels

A Video Management System (VMS) is software that provides centralized control, management, and recording of video data from multiple cameras installed on vessels. Its key functionalities include:

a. Camera Management:

A VMS enables the configuration and management of IP cameras, including camera settings, recording parameters, and video analytics integration. It supports camera grouping and simplifies camera navigation through a user-friendly interface.

b. Video Recording and Storage:

VMS software facilitates continuous or event-based recording of video feeds from cameras. It supports different recording modes, such as motion-triggered or scheduled recording. VMS solutions also provide options for video storage management.