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Intelligent Video Surveillance Technology
Intelligent Video Surveillance Technology is taking security far beyond the typical notions of video detection technology. With IVST, any number of cameras can be connected together to combine feeds and display their output in a more logical, helpful, and intelligent manner. IVST can take large quantities amount of video feed (from many cameras observing a large area, for example) and perform checks that would otherwise require human intervention.
Solar farms are state-of-the art facilities, and one state-of-the art technology emerging onto the marketplace is video analytics. Video analytics means that video streams from your site can be analyzed and used in specific ways, including object detection and classification, automatic video targeting, background modeling, and lightning manipulation (shadow removal). A system equipped with video analytics can provide automated security functions, such as detecting dropped objects, crowd movement, moving cars, or attempts to tamper with the camera itself.
HD Video Cameras
Electronic detection has is no longer confined to the ancient CCTV systems you might be familiar with. SPORADASECURE provides high-definition cameras which are capable of displaying, detecting, and recording video in higher resolutions. You won’t be able to fully utilize video footage that is grainy or low-quality, so implementing HD video cameras opens your security strategies up to features like IVST, video analytics, and more.
It might sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but thermal imaging is a real security feature available to solar farms right now. With SPORADASECURE’s thermal imaging cameras, you are able to secure large areas without the need of abundant lighting. Our thermal security cameras detect heat signatures instead of light, and display those signatures in easy-to-interpret color arrays. Thermal cameras can see through shrubs, bushes, and some terrain features–making them ideal for securing large outdoor areas like those implemented by solar farms.
Audio Alarm and Voice-Down Intervention
Solar farm security is complicated by the need for immediate response to security threats and intrusions. Because they are often located remotely, it will usually take too long for emergency personnel to respond to a security event on the solar farm premises. By the time an intrusion is detected, assessed, and responded to, it’s usually too late. Audio alarms are classic security technology, letting intruders know when their presence has been detected. But today’s technology allows for much more, including voice-down intervention. Voice-down intervention involves having security personnel (virtual guard, or monitoring service personnel) make verbal or audible contact with intruders immediately. Virtual guards and monitoring personnel can observe an intruder and subsequently trigger alarms, manipulate electronic detection systems, or even engage in active communication with that intruder. This means that a solar farm won’t be unattended as a crime occurs. With audio alarm and voice-down intervention, there will be trained security interacting with an intruder right away. This interaction is usually enough to deter most criminals.