RSi Videofied reduces false alarms and security costs
RSi Videofied’s portable CCTV system is totally wire-free: the control panel and alarm devices are wireless and battery operated, and the communication back to the monitoring station is via a GPRS link from the panel. This means that a system can be set up in minutes with minimal installation time and cost. The Videofied equipment is also typically cheaper to purchase and monitor than most conventional CCTV systems.
The system incorporates both indoor and outdoor types of PIR camera with built in IR illumination for day/night video capability and works when the built in PIR triggers the on-board video camera; it instantly fires up and takes a 10 second video clip of whatever has caused the detection. The video is then immediately sent to the monitoring station with the alarm signal. Since the field of view of the camera is identical to the detection angle the monitoring station operator effectively sees what has triggered the PIR, whether it be a genuine intruder or a false alarm.
The Videofied system is ideal for applications where false alarms are particularly costly or where police response is in danger of being withdrawn without a system upgrade. The system is also ideally suited to temporary and rapid response applications, where speed and ease of installation can often be an issue. Just some of the many application areas are listed below:
- Construction sites
- Vacant properties
- Utilities and transport infrastructure
- Other remote or vulnerable assets, e.g. storage containers, vehicles
- For adding confirmation to existing alarm through visual verification
- Panic/personal attack button verification
Videofied includes all of the peripherals that you would expect from a standard alarm system, including conventional PIRs, sirens, door contacts, and smoke detectors. In total up to 24 peripherals (including PIR cameras) can be integrated with one control panel.
The Videofied system was developed by French company, RSI Video Technologies, which was founded in Strasbourg in 2000. Although the Videofied system is still relatively new to the UK it can boast over 100,000 installations worldwide and the system is now in its third generation. To date the system has been installed in over 35 countries and other major markets.Arrange a security site survey
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