Depending on the application scenario, VTIS selects the appropriate camera technology. For example, fixed domes network cameras can be installed almost invisibly in corridors and rooms thanks to their flat, unobtrusive design. Boxed-type network cameras, on the other hand, are used in the stairwell. They signal that this area is under video surveillance.
More and more hospitals are using network cameras to secure their critical areas such as emergency rooms, psychiatric wards, public entrances or sensitive areas such as departments with restricted access. Traditional analogue cameras are often still in use here, which can be easily integrated into a modern IP-based video surveillance solution at VTIS’s request.