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Video Surveillance

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Public sector entities have a responsibility for the safety and security of their employees and citizens, citizens personal data and other assets. It is, therefore, crucial for them to ensure that they protect all the assets to support law enforcement services. Monitoring of the critical assets of the cities and countries it important for efficient functioning of the public services. Hence, the authorities should be able to detect in real-time if there is any disruption to these services or if there is an act of violence or crime. The authorities also have the responsibility to protect facilities where personal data of the citizens is stored. Data protection compliance, for example, not only includes data encryption at rest and in transit, identity access management, but also physical access to restricted areas which contain sensitive data. 


Real-time video surveillance, therefore, is an essential tool in the hands of the authorities to monitor the public spaces and assets. This provides timely and valuable information to these entities and enables them to respond quickly to any threats, monitor traffic flows, check if all government buildings are safe and mobilize emergency services in case of any natural disasters or acts of crime. 


Global Market

According to MarketsandMarkets the global video surveillance market reached $30.37 billion in 2016 and projected to touch $75.64 billion by 2022 with a CAGR of 15.4%. Th key trends of the market are the growth of the market share of IP Cameras, strong demand for wireless video backhauling with an increase in data throughput and bandwidth requirements, increasing focus on video analytics and security, and VaaS (Video-as-a-service) growth. 


Video Surveillance Wireless Backhaul

In the interconnected world, the need is greater than ever for the security and safety of the digital as well as the physical assets. The increasing demand for monitoring of the assets coupled with the advancements in technology and advent of IP Cameras has accelerated these requirements. The need for conveniently adding more cameras to the network and to cover areas which are not feasible for cable connection had led to reliance on video surveillance wireless backhauling networks. 


Some of the attributes desired from the wireless backhaul networks with regards to data transmission are low latency and high throughput. Simage, with its comprehensive offering in this domain, provides the flexibility to its clients to meet their diverse requirements. Some of the key features of our wireless backhaul network products include,

  • We offer a wide frequency coverage range from 2.4GHz to 6GHz to cater to various scenarios in order to avoid congestion on the frequency spectrum. 

  • High data throughputs of 700Mbps+. 

  • PTP (Point-to-Point) transmission of maximum 50kms. 

  • Strong encryption standards to secure the data.

  • Robust design for harsh environments. 

  • Dynamic Load Allocation. 

  • Efficient spectrum analysis for the most optimum network architecture and configuration. 

  • Ease of deployment and reduced implementation timeframes. 


* For further details of our product offerings, please refer to the 'Secure Wireless Backhaul' section.  


Video Content Management & Analytics

Simage, together with its partners, offers a turn-key video surveillance solution to our clients. This includes our wireless backhaul infrastructure, partner video cameras or as chosen by the client, video management solution and advanced video analytics. With the video management solution and analytics, we can perform people counting, facial recognition, motion detection, license plate recognition, etc. For very large scale surveillance projects, the load can be balanced across several device servers. Highly secure cloud-based video monitoring service can be provided as VaaS to reduced the cost for the clients with managed operations.  

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