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Redeployable CCTV in South Africa
April 2018, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products

There are multitudes of benefits to implementing a redeployable CCTV programme. With reduced set-up costs and ease of installation through to scalability and future-proofing.

The benefits associated with the redeployable CCTV are listed below.

Rapid deployment and ease of installation

Installing a fibre-based CCTV system can be time-consuming and expensive. The civil work required to run extensive cabling underground is a potentially disruptive process that prevents an organisation from being agile in response to CCTV monitoring requirements. WCCTV’s Redeployable CCTV cameras remove the requirement for such infrastructure, meaning they can be installed quickly and at a significantly reduced cost.

The WCCTV Site Tower is a rapid-deployment CCTV system which means that it can be fully operational in minutes ensuring construction sites, for example, are protected. The flexible power methods make it suitable for deployment even in the most remote location because it doesn’t require any supporting infrastructure.

Flexibility and redeployments

One of the key benefits of redeployable CCTV is the ability to easily move the cameras to a new location should the monitoring requirements change. This is particularly beneficial should the camera’s original purpose become obsolete either due to criminal activity in the area being displaced or the camera becoming obscured (by a new build, foliage, road layout change etc.)

The WCCTV 4G HD Speed Dome is a complete, lightweight integrated unit. The portable and rapidly deployable dome is perfect to move anywhere, inside or outside, because it has a 2 MP day/night camera.

Temporary use

Redeployable CCTV is ideal for providing temporary monitoring and security for short-term applications such as festivals, roadworks, political demonstrations and major sporting events. Cameras can be transferred from their standard locations to provide extra monitoring for the duration of any temporary event without an organisation having to invest in additional CCTV.

The Site Tower is an all-in-one surveillance solution and is ideal for any temporary, mobile or semi-permanent applications. It can be installed and moved for short to long-term purposes, making it a very convenient safety measure.

The Speed Dome offers high-definition video (up to 1080p) at speeds of up to 25 frames per second on a live 4G connection. Its low bandwidth streaming allows users to benefit from high-quality live video over wireless networks with zero latency and full PTZ responsiveness. It is possible to upgrade the integral storage capacity of the redeployable camera, and WCCTV is continually upgrading its supporting software which it rolls out free of charge.

WCCTV Redeployable CCTV video feeds can be streamed directly into your existing control room. The organisation has worked with the likes of Meyertech, Synectics, iComply, Tyco and 360 Vision Technology to ensure deployments of WCCTV cameras is seamless and intuitive for CCTV operators.

The products mentioned are available from RikRhino in South Africa, for more information visit: www.rikrhino.co.za or email sales@rikrhino.co.za. (Article sourced from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/benefits-redeployable-cctv-daniel-del-soldato).


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