Recently published research has revealed that seven out of ten city and finance businesses will invest in IP surveillance technology in the next year.
The study, which took the form of a focus group session, found that investing in high definition integrated IP CCTV technology was a key priority for the sector.
The research, published on Security News Desk, found that 70% had an intention to invest in IP surveillance over the next year. One of the main reasons cited was changing security threats in the industry.
55% of the participants also suggested that the likelihood of that investment happening in the next 12 months.
Benefits drawing them to make the change were far superior technology such as motion detection, object tracking, object classification and behaviour recognition. Video surveillance was also sought after, with 45% citing an interest within the next year. Meanwhile, 27% express interest in facial recognition.
The increasingly advanced and affordable technology in business security systems offered by AlertSystems is allowing more and more companies to make the most of advanced technology and benefit from sharper images as well as a range of other intelligent detecting systems to find and identify unusual and out of the ordinary events quickly and easily – allowing superior search when its needed.
For the finance sector, security systems such as this provide essential security in a time where crime and fraud is becoming more advanced than ever. From employee fraud to sneak thieves and violent robberies – a CCTV security system provides protection and surveillance to aid in the capture and prosecution of those responsible.
With affordable HD CCTV systems allowing for a rapidly growing switchover to digital, analog CCTV could soon become a thing of the past.