A lot of Hikvision security cameras to monitor
Large supermarkets have a lot to keep an eye on, from products and buildings to staff and parking areas. So, it’s no surprise that they need comprehensive Hikvision security cameras and surveillance systems. There’s also value in connecting all the stores in a chain together, for example – which would require systems that integrate seamlessly and a control center to manage all of the data being provided.
Panoramic cameras, such as the Hikvision indoor PanoVu, are useful in large areas, such as supermarkets. They can give the security center a clear view across many aisles, or other areas. They can also reduce the number of cameras needed to cover an area. Specialist cameras also play a part in an overall solution, with economic thermal cameras monitoring low-temperature food storage areas, for example.
Loss prevention can be increased with the help of integrating video surveillance with Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems that a lot of large stores already use. When an alarm is triggered by the EAS, the camera focuses on that area and records. Hikvision security cameras can also be trained on the Point of Sale (POS) to monitor the cash transactions. With the help of zoom features, close up images of the cash itself and the cash register, this reduces the threat of employees stealing there.
Most supermarkets have car parks, which can be monitored using PTZ Hikvision security cameras, for example. Also using Hikvision security cameras DarkFighter technology can make short work of low light areas, giving clear images even at night. Deep Learning technology can also bring the security level up here. ANPR Hikvision security cameras can read number plates, giving access to certain vehicles – employee’s cars, for example.