Video surveillance

20. Mar 2024

Video surveillance refers to the use of different types of cameras to visually capture and record events in a specific area. This enables continuous monitoring of locations or objects in real time, real-time analyses and the subsequent evaluation of recorded video footage. Video surveillance can be carried out by fixed or mobile camera systems, such as those used on autonomous security robots, to monitor areas, detect potential hazards, document security incidents and ensure the safety of people and property.