Thermal imaging detects slight changes in temperature to immediately recognise potential threats.
Ideal for dimly lit environments or poor weather conditions, thermal CCTV is a cost-effective solution for organisations looking to heighten the security of their premises.
- Fewer false alarms - Thermal imaging proves to be a cost-effective option of surveillance by minimising the risk of false alarms. Using advanced analytics software that can perform seamlessly with the high contrast footage that thermal imaging provides, it also offers a high level of detection accuracy.
- Ability to detect through foliage - Whilst basic levels of CCTV have a visual limitation, thermal imaging can quickly detect heat sources, to identify activity invisible to the human eye. Thermal cameras are optimal for low light scenarios, to monitor dimly lit parameters of the building, or during night-time hours, and provides surveillance over huge distances and areas.
- Excellent return on investment - Thermal CCTV offers an affordable option for organisations looking for a high-end security option. As most CCTV cameras have a visual limitation of 200 meters at night, where supplementary lighting is required, thermal imaging works as a stand-alone solution, eliminating the need to install or maintain additional features.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I use my thermal camera remotely?
Yes. All our systems come with an interface for a computer, software, or mobile app, which will allow you to monitor your CCTV remotely. Each site will however need to have a working broadband connection.
Do you offer CCTV maintenance?
Yes. In addition to installation, our maintenance packages offer the right level of support that you need. If you happen to be locked into a contract with another supplier with which you are not satisfied with, then we’ll make it easy for you to switch to us. Visit our maintenance page here.
We’ll provide a free site survey and audit to confirm firstly whether thermal surveillance is the best security option for your premises. You’ll then receive a report of our findings, including the type and quality of system advised, in addition to where it should be placed based on our risk assessment.