ATM security needs to stay ahead of crime. Challenged by elaborate fraud techniques and fierce attacks on ATMs, banks need to find the best security solutions to protect their business. Axis network video solutions provide the latest technologies and most adaptable products. Whether the ATM is deployed at a branch office, stand-alone, self-service kiosks or drive-thru, Axis addresses the needs for better security, lower costs and operational efficiency.
Image quality is image usability
One of the bigger challenges for ATM security is having usable video to identify criminals. With Axis megapixel or HDTV cameras, you can capture even the smallest details,making positive identification more accurate. With our Wide Dynamic Range functionality, Axis cameras are able to manage the challenging lighting conditions around ATMs. From bright sunlight, street illumination and reflections, our cameras provide the superb image quality you need.
Best view of the scene
ATM surveillance solutions need to capture the right scene and show the entire course of events – before and after an incident. With HDTV cameras you get the best
coverage of the ATM surrounding in a wide 16:9 format,while megapixel cameras can cover a large scene that would need several analog cameras. For covert surveillance you can opt for discreet cameras built-in to ATMs and use the unique Axis’ Corridor Format to get vertically-oriented video streams suitable for capturing “face-shots”.
Fighting crime in real-time
Getting real-time information from your security system helps keep you up to speed with your ATM operations and security. Active tampering alarm alerts security staff if camera operation is disrupted through vandalism or an accident; or may indicate an ongoing fraud. Existing alarm systems such as audio detectors or
break-in alarms can be connected to the cameras I/O ports for alarm verification with video evidence in realtime.
Solutions for more effective crime prevention
Actively prevent crime, and quickly assess and respond to situations with additional intelligent video functions. Axis network video systems and Axis Application Development Partner analytics software can detect when ATM fraud- such as card skimming or cash trappingoccur,or detect people loitering or lying down in front
of ATMs. With privacy masking of faces or larger areas in a video scene you can assure compliance with privacy
Understanding The Principles Of Automatic Fire Suppression
The purpose of an automatic gas suppression system is to provide 24/7 protection in the event of a fire. This is achieved by providing early warning fire detection which is designed to connect and activate the release of fixed storage fire suppression cylinders. However it should first be noted that in order for a system to function as intended the designer has to know the length,width and height of the protected risk. This is because automatic fire suppressions systems are calculated on the fixed volume of the protected area. Some types of risks such as data centers have floor and ceiling spaces that must also be protected.
How Detection Interfaces With The Extinguishing System
A control measure to ensure the gas suppression is not released by accident such as an unwanted alarm caused by dust in the air, provision is made for a series of detector activations described as first and second (AKA double knock) stage alarms. The control panel requires two detectors in two separate detection circuits to activate before a gas pre-discharge sequence is initiated. The types of detectors used are normally smoke or heat detectors. Initially one detector will be triggered on zone one (first stage), if a second detector (second stage) is triggered then a countdown timer is started and once this time has elapsed, the gas will be released.
During the above process a series of alarms will be triggered. During the first stage a sounder will be triggered, then during the second stage a different tone sounder will be activated. After the countdown timer has elapsed a bell and flashing strobe will trigger when the gas is released.The main control panel provides details and control of the current status of the system. In an emergency the gas can be released immediately by hitting a break glass call point or if you want to “hold off” the release process we can provide “hold off” buttons.
- These system can be used in:
- Critical Assests
- Data Processing Centers
- IT Systems/ Software
- Telecommunication Equipment
- Library Collections
- Museum Collections
- Art Storage
- Original Document Storage
- Bank Vaults Sytems
- Generator And Turbine Enclosures
Intelligent Video Analytics
Intelligent Video Analytics provides an advanced solution that performs intelligent video analysis and fully automates video monitoring. It automatically tracks and identifies objects, analyzes motion and extracts video intelligence from analog, digital, or IP video streams. These analytics can output real-time events and object data for video data mining or storage in a database. Intelligent Video Analytics is focused on automating video analysis and security alerts, thus eliminating the need for manual work and the huge monitoring costs. It also increases productivity and efficiency of video surveillance systems and the people who monitor them.
The Intelligent Video Analytics offered are:
- Intelligent Video Motion Detector
- Intrusion Detector
- Video Counter
- Camera Tamper Detector
- Object Left Detector
- Asset Protector
- Slip and Fall
These solutions can be deployed and/or customized to the meet specific security needs. Intelligent Video can be used in the following destinations:
- Airports and Ports
- Transportation, Trains and Subways
- Critical infrastructure, Plants, Nuclear facilities
- Border Control and Perimeter Security
- Commercial / Office /Govt. buildings
- Factories and industrial Plants
- High Density Urban areas Public places, Landmarks (Bridges, Parks, Monuments etc.)
- Financial sectors
- Entertainment, casinos, retail stores, malls and shopping centres.
With intelligent video analytics, the surveillance cameras that provide security also provide you with actionable intelligence about your business, big or small.
Panoptes can detect customers waiting too long in line and send email alerts directly to supervisors. With this information, the supervisor can send employees to aid with customers. Over time, this information can be collect to better allocate resources.
Heatmaps of customer walk through patterns can provide information about the most sought after
products and the efficacy of various displays. Knowing customer flow patterns can allow for the optimal product placement, and generating this information in-house can allow for deeper floor setup testing. Information collected by enter/exit events provides insight to the store’s busiest hours and conversion rates.
Panoptes events for retail intelligence continue:
- Crowds gathered outside the premises provide information about new signage or product displays.
- People lingering in front of displays show product engagement.
- Customers meandering around sales kiosks indicate customer confusion.
Security cameras are everywhere these days. You pass them walking down the street, at the ATM, in nearly every store you walk into. But when it comes to bringing the technology into your home, the whole idea can easily end up in the too-hard basket.
No more. Thanks to a hard push downwards into the consumer market, makers of networked home-security cameras now offer more, and easier, options for watching your house while you’re away. For a relatively modest outlay, you can get a basic networkable security camera with all the frills — motion detection, low-light operation — even Wi-Fi connectivity, so you don’t have to run cabling around your house.
Pair it with an app on your smartphone, and you can keep tabs on your prize alpaca, look over your stash of gold bullion or make sure the ratty neighbours’ kids aren’t destroying your camellias again — whether you’re on the beach in Thailand or elbowing your way through a Moroccan souq.
Many organizations provide canteen facility to its employees,but proper management of meals per employee is a cumbersome task. The software design provides a user friendly system that facilitates quick and efficient operation to cover larger section of employees for an organization. The software also provides paperless and cashless transaction solution and also has network based solutions to operate multiple counters simultaneously in a closed environment.
- Easy to integrate with fingerprint/ Proximity card/Hand punch system
- Photograph verification system avoids proxy punching for the card based system
- Easy Report printing with all criteria combination
- Maintain and Generate report of individual employees/contractor wise/department account on daily/weekly/monthly/yearly basis
- Tailor made reporting can be developed as per requirement
- Network/Intranet based solutions to handle multiple counters in closed environment
- Coupon Printers can be integrated with the machines
- Maintains employee database with photograph, contractor/department wise to get to estimation for food quantity
- User defined timing for breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea etc.. (Unlimited)
- Integration with any kind of HR/ERP software if required
- Manual meal entry/delete option
- Customizable based on the additional requirements
- Can be integrated to Turnstiles/door access control system to control the access to the cafeteria/food serving area.
Identity management (ID management) is a broad administrative area that deals with identifying individuals in a system (such as Door Access Control System, Computer network, or an enterprise Application) and controlling their access to resources within that system by associating user rights and restrictions with the established identity.
At the most basic level, identity management involves defining what users can do on the network with specific devices and under what circumstances. Today, many security products have an emphasis on managing mobile access to corporate systems. In an enterprise setting, identity management is used to increase security and productivity, while decreasing cost and redundant effort.
For security reasons, tools for managing identity management should run as an application on a dedicated network appliance or server, either on-premises or in the cloud. At the core of an identity management system are policies defining which devices and users are allowed on the network and what a user can accomplish, depending on his device type, location and other factors. All of this also depends on appropriate management console functionality, including policy definition, reporting, alerts, alarms and other common management and operations requirements. An alarm might be triggered, for example, when a specific user tries to access a resource for which they do not have permission. Reporting produces an audit log documenting what specific activities were initiated.
Many identity management systems offer directory integration, support for both wired and wireless users and the flexibility to meet almost any security and operational policy requirement. Because BYOD is so strategic today, time-saving features such as automated device onboarding and provisioning, support for a variety of mobile operating systems and automated device status verification are becoming common
IP Surveillance software can be used with any type of Fire, Intrusion, Access Control and Alarm vendor. Instantly see what has caused the alarm; search the Events database for previous events together with instant live playback on preassigned cameras exactly when that event took place.
VIRDI People Count System is used for counting the visitor traffic in department stores, shopping malls, stadiums, exhibitions etc. The data is used to analyze marketing programs and can be used to assist with scheduling employees based on visitor traffic
Time And Attendance
Payroll clerks and managers have traditionally viewed the recording and verification of time worked as a constant source of errors. From the time an employee clocks in to the time the cheques are issued, the possibility of error mushrooms with every transaction that takes place.
We are all familiar with the traditional time clock: – a device in which one inserts a time card and the current time is stamped on the card. The payroll process for most companies is as follows; at the end of the pay period the cards are collected and the hours worked for each day for each employee and manually calculated. Allowances are made for company policy in terms of early arrivals, late departures, differentials, exceptions and non-standard punches.
It is readily apparent that each calculation performed and policy enforced leaves room for interpretation by the person performing the audit function. Supervisors audit the time cards, apply policy rules, add missed punches and sign off for payroll.
Once the information has been signed off, the payroll department takes over. It is usually the case that payroll pays for the hours verified by the supervisor.