Interior areas such as offices, canteen etc., warehouse and high-security facilities, have different features and monitoring needs. A comprehensive and sophisticated campus surveillance solution needs to adapt to different scenes accordingly, so that these areas or facilities can be monitored clearly.
By implementing intrusion detection in controlled areas such as balconies, pipe shaft, electricity distribution rooms etc., UNV cameras are enabled to prevent unauthorized access and deliver alert reminder.
By implementing Defocus and Scene Change Detection in critical areas such as accounts offices, file rooms and storage rooms, UNV camera can prevent data loss by deliberate tampering or other monitoring interruptions.
Most smart detections are based on visual clues to detect abnormal situations, while in some situations, audio information (sudden audio change) is regarded as a better proof to detect a given event.
Implementing Audio Detection at warehouse or other areas listed above enables UNV cameras to provide all-round protections on building asserts.
UNV cameras support various audio detection types, including Sudden Rise, Sudden Fall, Sudden Change and Threshold.
Smart IR is an intelligent IR adaption control technology which can balance the luminance level between distant and nearby area, so that the cameras is able to provide consistently clear image under low Lux scenes.
Certain models of UNV bullet cameras with LED Infrared enable the IR illumination to reach up to 200m (656ft). UNV PTZ dome cameras with LED Infrared enable the IR illumination to reach to 250m (820ft), and UNV Laser IR PTZ cameras can even reach up to 500m (1640ft).
UNV cameras can satisfy different illumination requirements for almost any campus scenarios application.
There is a great waste on conventional 16:9 image display format in terms of long and narrow areas. UNV Corridor Mode helps to effectively reduce invalid monitoring regions and shows more details in the important monitoring area. Both UNV NVRs and EZVMS support live view and playback display in corridor mode.