Vision Techniques launches VT Video Analytics
06/28/2012

Vehicle CCTV and reversing aids specialist, Vision Techniques, has launched a new state-of-the-art tool to completely control an army of vehicle CCTV camera systems.

Online PR News – 28-June-2012 – Blackburn – Blackburn-based Vision Techniques has launched a new state-of-the-art tool that allows vehicle operators to have complete control over their vehicle CCTV camera systems.

VT Video Analytics allows vehicle operators to monitor, control and analyse on-board video surveillance, using the latest security technology.

This high quality, intelligent tool is unique because it alerts operators of specific situations, for increased accuracy.

An alert can be triggered when suspicious objects are left on the ground, mobile DVR cameras are covered up, panned away or turned or lights have turned on or off.

Less time needs to be spent monitoring multiple video feeds and quicker response times.

Andy Kelly, of Vision Techniques, said: “It can be difficult to keep track of all your vehicle CCTV systems, especially with a large number of cameras that require a lot of manpower.“

VT Video Analytics uses the latest cutting-edge vehicle CCTV technology to examine your digital video feeds precisely, missing absolutely nothing.”

The system is always watching for you, checking for possible threats, decreasing labour costs and increasing productivity.

With a higher quality of surveillance and immediate notifications, you can monitor the area even if no one is watching, with everything captured on video.

VT Video Analytics can even record the general behaviour of people passing by and differentiate different behaviours.

The tool can be integrated with any other Vision Techniques mobile DVR products, such as VT Live™.

Another important vehicle safety product from Vision Techniques

In an increasing tech-savvy world, technology is developing beyond our imagination.

Reversing aids, such as reversing sensors, are featured in many Vision Techniques products, helping drivers to manoeuvre theirs vehicles safely and quickly.

There are two types of reversing proximity sensor - electromagnetic sensors and ultrasonic sensors.

While ultrasonic sensors are often more costly, they require less maintenance.

Before choosing, however, research your vehicle type to figure out which would suit it best.

You must also work out where your proximity sensor is going to go.

You may decide to put it on your registration plate, reversing lamp, or even on your boot key lock.

You might also consider a reversing camera system in combination to your reversing sensors so that you can see round the back of your vehicle.

Millions of lives have been entrusted to Vision Techniques - which is recognised as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of vehicle based reversing camera systems to aid safe reversing.

From workers in hazardous environments to small children crossing the road - this award winning firm has played a vital role in their protection.

For more information on vehicle CCTV, mobile DVR reversing sensors, reversing camera systems or reversing aids more generally, visit http://www.vision-techniques.com.