Taiwan-based Surveon Technology is addressing the growing requirements that governmental security authorities have for protecting the public as they visit government and institutional buildings and facilities.

In addition to existing physical security structures in place in government buildings, Surveon proposes solid, reliable surveillance systems to provide additional protection. Relevant product lines include weatherproof cameras with excellent image quality, patent RAID networked video recorders (NVR) with spare drive protection and feature-rich video management systems. The vandal-proof cameras, coupled with smart image processing, can provide security authorities with the ability to recognize and exploit data such as license plate numbers, even in poor lighting conditions, thus accelerating potential response and securing chain of evidence data for future use.

To avoid the loss of confidential data from surveillance systems, the protection of recorded video data is particularly important in terms of planning for government security. Featuring patent RAID function with spare drive data protection, Surveon NVRs provide reliable performance with zero video loss. In addition, its client-server architecture can offer high volume input/output capacities and overall system stability. Feature-rich video management systems provide efficient tools for processing and analyzing potentially hundreds of hours of video imagery in post-incident activities.

Surveon government solutions have successfully safeguarded vulnerable targets as diverse as Bolivian customs buildings, post offices in Cairo and Turkish border checkpoints. The company is dedicated to offering a variety of end-to-end video surveillance solutions catering to different vertical applications, giving partners reliable options for their projects.


Comprehensive security for government buildings requires reliable and effective surveillance systems, backed up by efficient data processing capabilities. (Photo: Surveon Technology)

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