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PPE video analytics ensure staff and visitors do not stray into working areas without sufficient health and safety precautions. As soon as someone crosses over into a working area, then analytics in the surveillance system will detect whether or not that person is wearing sufficient PPE, such as hi-vis jacket, hard hat and eyewear. If they are not, then a report is sent in real time to site manager or safety officer, for example as an alert to their mobile phone, and in addition an audio visual alert can be set to sound out, warning the employee or visitor to exit the area.
If your CCTV system is within the boundaries of your privately owned property (including the garden), then you do not need permission to install it. Whilst you may not need permission to install CCTV, you do need to operate a surveillance system in a respectful and responsible manner, and design it to have as little impact on areas outside of your property as possible. You also need to consider that if you rent your home you will need to gain permission from your landlord, and if your property is listed then you should contact your local authority first.
Protect your off-the-grid assets – such as the new build which hasn’t yet been connected to utilities; the livestock shed too far from the farmhouse to run cables; or the temporary compound to store plant equipment – by utilising a solar powered 4G Network camera.
Coco, the independent coffee house and social hub on the main street in Welshpool, Powys, has discovered that there are greater benefits to having a CCTV surveillance system installed than just for security.
For a long time outdoor alarm systems have been lagging behind their internal intruder alarm counterparts, but now with the advent of long range, adaptable, wireless smart alarm systems you can enjoy the benefits of a smart alarm system that not only protects your home & work premises but actually catches intruders before they even touch your door!
Whether a CCTV camera is always on depends on the type of camera, the use to which it is put to, and the age of the surveillance system. Most modern CCTV systems have cameras that are motion-activated – meaning they start recording as something in their field of view makes a movement.
Fake, decoy, or dummy security cameras are designed to look like real cameras in appearance, but without the features or functions of a real one.
A suite of brand new CCTV cameras has been installed by ORP Surveillance in Market Drayton in the hopes of reassuring townspeople and deterring criminals.
Town mayor Roy Aldcroft told the Shropshire Star: "The pictures they produce are as sharp as anything. It's been a real great improvement."
Ludlow Town Centre, The Picturesque South Shropshire Medieval Market Town, Has Completed The First Phase Of Their Project To Upgrade Their Ageing CCTV Stystem To A Modern Wireless Advanced Surveillance System. The System, Designed and Installed By O.R.P Surveillance, Utilises The Best That Surveillance Cameras Have To Offer, Whilst Fitting In Asthetically With The Historical Town Centre.
Active CCTV (sometimes known as smart CCTV) is a surveillance system that can decide for itself if movement on screen is something to worry about, it can tell the difference between human activity (be it on foot, or in a vehicle) and environmental ‘false’ alarms such as animals and foliage. In this way Active CCTV beats even high end alarm systems as even the most advanced motion detector can’t tell if it was triggered by a person or not.
It is thanks to funding from Ludlow Town Council and West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion.
The new state of the art system has seen more than 30 cameras of HD quality installed throughout the town.
You do not usually require permission to install CCTV, unless your property is listed (when you will require listed building consent) or if you rent it (when you should gain permission from the building owner).
An opportunity to join a small CCTV company based on the Shropshire/Powys border that specialise in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of high-quality digital CCTV systems.
There are many issues that may make your CCTV camera blurry. Read our expert advice on correcting any image quality issues with your CCTV.
Fly-tipping itself is described as the illegal dumping of waste onto land which does not have a licence to accept it. The term “on the fly” was used in the late 1800s to describe something on the move – it then became coupled with the word tipping for the act of tipping, hence the term fly-tipping.
CCTV is used across a wide range of organisations for varying purposes. When using CCTV in the workplace, it is extremely important to ensure the rights of workers and whether or not CCTV use is justified.
We would like to introduce you to another member of our team here at O.R.P Surveillance.
We have a team of three engineers. Olly Williams has been an engineer with us for two years next month.
Livestock rustling is becoming big business for organised criminals with sheep thefts being carried out in ever greater numbers, rural insurer NFU Mutual has said.
Read here an article from the Daily Post which includes a quote from ORP Surveillance on how we are helping farmers have 'peace of mind'.
O.R.P Surveillance, specialists in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of high-quality digital CCTV systems, have launched a new and improved website.
Lambing and calving is a stressful time in the farming calendar, even if the weather remains mild. While nothing can replace visiting the sheds for being the best form of care for your animals, having a livestock surveillance system means that you can keep an eye on livestock without neglecting other duties.
A blockage at a transfer point, spilling eggs onto the floor, is a scenario you may be familiar with. It’s time-consuming, messy and costly.
O.R.P Surveillance Ltd have been chosen to secure a number of waste recycling sites across Powys and are delivering high quality CCTV images of fly-tipping in all kinds of weather and lighting conditions, even in the most remote sites.
All objects emit infrared light. Infrared cameras measure this light and convert it to temperatures. This is then built into an accurate, colour-coded visual image. As a practical medium, thermal imaging fits well within poultry farming, where accurate temperatures are vital for the welfare of livestock.
There are many different options for seeing in the dark, some often overlooked. In this news article we'll explore the advantages and disadvantages of each option, and which one best suits a particular situation.
The Genesis, wireless, PIR detectors from UK manufacturer, Luminite, are setting new performance standards for intruder detection.
Megapixel or HD CCTV cameras have been around for years now, but only recently have they become affordable to the vast majority of small business owners. Finally we can provide all of the benefits of these amazingly high quality cameras to all of our customers - because that's what we do, provide the highest quality, cost effective systems based on our customers unique requirements.
Thanks to recent advances in technology, O.R.P Surveillance is now able to offer wireless transmittion of images and controls using wireless ethernet at a much more affordable price.