CCTV Systems

ASI CCTV Video Surveillance Systems and Services

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Security camera systems can be used for many different applications (see below). Make sure to make 100% use out of your investment. We want to provide a proactive system instead of reactive system.

Security Applications

  • Observe and record theft or violence by overtly monitoring retail floor space, office buildings, building perimeters, warehouses, loading docks and parking garages.
  • Monitor sensitive areas where infrequent activities occur (i.e. confidential records, safes, etc…)
  • Monitor point-of-sale exceptions (cash register voids, over-rings, etc…) reducing cashier theft.
  • Observe and record shoplifting activities.”Walk a beat” by programming a moving camera to pan, tilt, and zoom within a defined pattern.
  • Perform covert surveillance (where legally applicable)
  • Integrate with access control systems to provide video of persons entering and leaving the premises
  • Complement asset tracking systems to provide video when a tagged asset leaves the premises. Loss prevention is the #1 concern for retailers. Inventory “shrinkage” – through a combination of employee theft, shoplifting, vendor fraud and administrative error – is one of the fastest growing expenses in retailing today. According to a National Retail Security Survey, inventory shrinkage cost U.S. retailers more than $32 billion in 2000.
  • Monitor Financial Institutions- According to FBI data reported by the American Bankers Association – Bank robberies in the United Sates totaled 8,259 in 2001. Washington State alone averaged a robbery a day, and claimed losses of $1.1 million in 2001. Account, check, identity and internal fraud is also a growing problem for all financial institutions.

Safety Applications

  • Allow operators to see into areas where the environment is hazardous to life or health
  • Monitor potential accident areas.
  • Monitor residence halls, common areas, or high-risk areas to ensure safety of an educational institution’s students and faculty.
  • Help reduce the severity of some incidents by the timely dispatch of police, fire, and emergency personnel.
  • Monitoring traffic on a highway or bridge.

Management Tools

  • Train employees, check stock on store shelves and monitor retail sales floor coverage, production lines, etc.
  • Demonstrate management’s due diligence towards protecting employees, clients, and visitors, and perhaps avert or minimize litigation and negative publicity
  • Document video on hard drives of record events. This information may be reviewed and later presented as evidence for prosecution of criminals, or as a training tool.