Centralized video surveillance is critical to secure large premises, multi-floor offices, and multi-location offices. It helps to monitor and respond to potential security threats in real-time. Intelligent video analytics eliminates human lapses, enhances situational awareness, deters crime, and improves incident response times.
Besides assisting in the investigation and prosecution of criminal activity by providing high-quality video evidence, centralized video surveillance can help in identifying potential safety hazards and operational inefficiencies, enabling organizations to take proactive measures to mitigate risks and improve overall performance.
What Matrix Offers
Remote Monitoring of Premises Made Easy
Video Surveillance spread across multiple locations is challenging. Gathering feed from numerous sites is manpower intensive, and requires multiple equipment and a huge storage space. Scattered monitoring limits analytics, processing capabilities, simultaneous views, and integration with other systems which leads to delayed response times.
Matrix Multi-Location Video Surveillance offers an all-encompassing solution that presents a single dashboard for consolidated live views of video streams and events from multiple locations worldwide. With prior authorization, multiple users can simultaneously view video feeds from various cameras on their TV screens, computer monitors, or mobile devices. If there are numerous cameras to monitor, users can also set up a Video Wall with multiple screens, making it easier to view footage and respond to incidents in real-time.
Playback and Investigation of Important Events
Multi-location organizations frequently experience both major and minor events in their daily operations. While video surveillance solutions can aid in identifying and resolving these incidents, searching for video evidence is often time-consuming and dull. Manual playback and search are also prone to errors.
Thankfully, Matrix Video Surveillance has developed the Playback Investigator feature, an innovative solution that provides quick and automated investigation. Using advanced video analytics algorithms, the Playback Investigator feature is tailored to address specific incidents like Intrusion, Tripwire, Missing Object Detection, and more. Additionally, users can bookmark events, view day highlights, lock evidence, and export videos/snapshots in .AVI and .PDF formats, complete with date and time stamps, making it easier to access and review footage.
Customized Solution to Match the Organization's Hierarchy
Every organization has a complex structure and varying requirements in terms of assigning roles and rights to individuals and who needs access to the footage.
Matrix Video Surveillance provides centralized system management with well-defined user roles, distributed architecture, and multi-layer security options, including centralized configuration, user-based login roles, and rights, audit trails of user activities, and IP address/MAC-controlled system access.
Integration with Access Control
Large organizations rely on various systems working together to achieve their goals, making it crucial for security systems to collate and co-relate information and events from different sources such as Access Control, Fire Alarm, Building Management, and Telecom. Traditional security systems are often non-integrated and disjointed, leaving coordination tasks to humans. This can lead to delayed responses, uninformed decisions, and a lack of coordinated action.
Matrix Video Surveillance provides seamless integration of video surveillance with other security solutions, such as Access Control, Fire Alarms, Intrusion Detection Systems, and more. The integration is at a database level, enabling better control for end-to-end security with sharper investigations and faster responses. With Matrix Video Surveillance, large organizations can achieve greater efficiency and enhanced security.
Real-time notifications are crucial for effective security surveillance. Analyzing video streams and identifying dangerous events is not enough if it is not communicated to the right person in real time. Traditional video surveillance is often used for investigation, hours after an event has occurred, making it ineffective.
With Matrix Video Surveillance, real-time notifications are provided through various channels including SMS, mobile app calling, video pop-up, audio alarm, or buzzer. It also alerts for camera disconnect, network failure, and storage full. Email notifications with snapshots provide pictorial evidence even if someone tries to tamper with the device or storage.
Real-time notifications lead to benefits such as hazard prevention, reduced manpower cost, faster response, and fewer false notifications.