Xiuge's Border Security
The only Border Security Camera to automatically detect multiple incidents from close to long range in all directions at the same time. It operates completely automatically controlling a moving camera to follow the required action and confirm incidents. With high quality close-up video evidence of even before the alarm is raised, it automatically reports incidents for rapid response and investigations.
For the most effective and efficient CCTV border security, it is critical to have the ability to allow and disallow people and vehicles in and out of certain areas, without creating unnecessary delay. The flow of people, vehicles for automated face and vehicle registration checks through certain areas of a security enterprise using Xiuge CCTV surveillance solutions, can be optimised based on an effective balance of the sites day-to-day operation and security threat. People and vehicles can be automatically scanned, and allocated to and checked against red, black and green security lists, for alerting security staff, and to be automatically followed. For example, a VIP or a suspect can be followed through a remote site, and live reports of incidents and events can be sent to the relevant security staff as either alarms or simply as situation awareness.
Border Security Access Control Systems
Xiuge access control systems integration can automatically allow permitted people/vehicles to move about protected areas relatively freely, and can automatically disallow others. Security staff can remotely open, close and lock doors and to be aware of all access events as they occur in real time. All such events will automatically be date/time logged against relevant CCTV recordings in order to present a coherent chain of events and if necessary evidence for investigations and/or prosecution.
Surveillance Technology for Border Security
Some of our border security technology strengths are to uniquely identify people through different visual biometrics, to cross-reference this information to their actions, locations and any access control information, and to automatically follow them.