Remote video monitoring to protect against theft, burglaries, and dishonest employees.
Facility protection to protect the perimeter of the property or the perimeter of buildings.
Monitor operations to monitor day-to-day operations and as a tool to streamline operations.
Loss prevention to protect assets.
Vandalism deterrence: visible cameras may be a deterrent to vandals because of the possibility that they can be identified on the video. High-definition cameras with facial recognition in a durable, vandal-proof housing can be used.
Employee safety: for compliance with safety regulations and also to protect the employer in civil proceedings.
Parking lots: to monitor for theft or damage to vehicles as well as accidents.
Event video surveillance: for crowd control as well as crime prevention.
Public safety: routinely used for city streets, parks, communities, and neighborhoods to help deter crime and enhance public safety.
Traffic monitoring: commonly used to improve the flow of traffic and monitor for accidents.
Outdoor perimeter security: security can be maintained in different ways by utilizing video surveillance with security/protection officers on patrol, fences, vehicle, and pedestrian gates and intrusion detection.