Surveillance & Video Intelligence
When managing multiple video locations and a substantial amount of data to monitor, it can be difficult to maintain the elevated level of security your organization needs. Omnicast can simplify how your security personnel observes and tracks data. All monitored areas and data analytics can be viewed from one unified platform. Using video analytics and advanced perimeter protection capabilities, your operators can easily locate threats and notify relevant personnel. After a threat is located, operators can use visual tracking to follow intruders throughout monitored areas and notify security personnel, even when they are in the field.
When a threat is resolved all video evidence is stored and protected. Omnicast ensures that all video intelligence can only be accessed by authorized personnel. Omnicast’s flexible design makes it easy to integrate into your existing surveillance system.
Cameras are also beneficial for protecting businesses. A fixed camera that is mounted outside of a gas station or grocery store can ensure complete surveillance around the entire perimeter. When a crime occurs, local law enforcement can be notified immediately and sent the footage in seconds.
Similar to Omnicast, Stratocast provides you with real-time video intelligence that is monitored from one unified platform. Stratocast differs from Omnicast by the way your data and video analytics are stored. Stratocast utilizes a cloud-based management system. All your data is easily stored and accessible on the cloud, creating a more affordable and shareable video management experience. Gain the ability to share data with other businesses or local law enforcement with the ease of a few clicks.
Body-worn cameras are historically used for evidence without additional context or data. Integrating the video and data from body-worn cameras into a more complete video solution will allow for a better understanding of events that officers are confronted with daily, providing actionable intelligence for a more efficient and unified experience. The footage can be paired with other data and easily shared to provide well-rounded evidence.
Both rear and front-facing dash cameras have gained popularity over the last decade. People have learned that the best way to protect themselves and the people around them is to have video footage of an accident or crime that takes place. In-car video surveillance allows eyes to be on the passengers of a vehicle when the driver is occupied. This benefits law enforcement officers, private and public transportation drivers, such as Uber or Lyft drivers, as well as delivery drivers. In-car video surveillance can be securely uploaded to the cloud, so no footage is lost or stolen.