For safe teaching
Video Surveillance Solutions for Education
Video surveillance solutions for the safety and security of educational centers
Security, accessibility and privacy under one concept
Every day hundreds of people, students, teachers, and other visitors, wander freely through the educational facilities. To ensure their security, deter violence and theft, and minimize vandalism, institutions need proactive security tools to prevent, identify perpetrators, and resolve incidents in the shortest possible time.
Video systems must be flexible and scalable and must be able to leverage existing infrastructure and cameras, opening the door for evolution as new security needs arise.
Video systems have become a tool capable of managing independent systems under a single interface and are obliged to comply with different data protection policies while maintaining the privacy of individuals.
Is your security system evolving as the needs of your educational institution grow?
Challenges in education security
In a recent study by a large consultancy firm, 80% of Spanish universities reported having suffered a cyber attack in the last 12 months, showing a growing concern about taking action on cybersecurity.
Does your current video system provide the necessary tools to protect against physical and cyber threats?
Privacy and data management are other aspects that most concern the educational community.
Blurring the faces of people captured by CCTV systems, access to information by authorized personnel and downloading and sending encrypted files to law enforcement are some of the features that the system must offer.
Return on investment
Leveraging existing analog cameras and infrastructure; upgrading, integrating and scaling all systems; or adapting to changing day-to-day conditions can be a significant investment without an open, flexible and scalable solution. A solution that evolves as security measures grow.
Is your video system capable of managing change and adapting to future situations?
Video solutions for schools
More than 25 years of designing “custom” video solutions have allowed us to develop a video management platform (VMS) capable of evolving and adapting to the changing needs of educational institutions.
Manage all video devices centrally from our platform and get the most out of your CCTV system with our advanced video management tools.
Comprehensive, open and scalable solution
Manage all devices from a single VMS platform and flexibly expand your system at any time.
Local and centralised building management
View and manage devices, monitor system-wide status, and facilitate investigations from one place at any time.
Manage complex networks, where thousands of computers coexist with limited bandwidth, without worrying about storage and video streaming.
Maps and Plans
Speed up the resolution of incidents through the use of customized maps and plans of your facilities, with a more interactive operation, focusing the investigations in the areas considered of interest.
Forensic search and preventive management
Advanced search and management tools are available to optimize forensic work, providing a quick response, reducing time and associated costs.
Business Intelligence for decision making
Its system will collect the information coming from the intelligent analytics on the images so that the different managers can make decisions that improve the daily operations and the protocols of action.
adding value to your INSTITUTION
The proactivity of our video management platform will allow you to detect intruders and incidents, alerting you in advance so that the established action protocols can be adopted in each possible scenario.
Our SCATI VMS will allow you to know who is on campus, know the occupancy rate of your buildings at all times, detect abandoned objects, manage parking lots through LPR system, and all under the same interface.
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