Governments’ Public Safety Held To Account…
After terrorist attacks, vast amounts of extra money is spent by governments as a brief display of security control. Until the availability of Viseum’s disruptive technology, economics prevented governments to invest before these attacks.
“Our government wants the very best CCTV security and surveillance for our nation.” (Comment from today’s Heads of State of many countries)
“Disrupting crime and terror – many nations are collaborating against this international threat using our internationally regulated disruptive technology.” (Viseum UK Group)
Disruptive Anti-Terror CCTV Cameras are showing governments how to win their fight against crime and terror. Places, where many people gather, are targets for mass killings, yet are the most technically problematic areas to deliver public safety. CCTV is heavily used during terrorist incidents, but as the CCTV industry has not been regulated, it has not delivered results.
Solving the very serious problem with all CCTV cameras missing crucial video evidence, the Viseum Intelligent Moving Camera (Viseum IMC) was patented to deliver the results needed. Wide Contextual View Cameras and PTZ Cameras together with Intelligent Video Analytics Software, automatically monitor large, complex and challenging environments. The Viseum IMC Camera is built to the highest quality standards, it does not require CCTV operators, and it optimizes people to respond. This internationally patented CCTV Innovation has led to Viseum dominating a new market that has bridged the very large gaps between, and solved the many intrinsic problems with, standalone CCTV security systems, manned surveillance services and manned guarding security patrols.
The security industry has evolved around low-cost products that are not fit for purpose. Unregulated markets lack quality and standards and this is why in today’s security climate, Viseum’s disruptive technology is needed to change how people spend, save and make money. Viseum UK has exposed the 3 main areas of the CCTV industry that it is now helping to regulate:
1. CCTV Cameras and Software “CCTV Technology”
To support this trend, public safety equipment has so much competition that it forces CCTV manufacturers to reduce their quality, sell at low cost and in high volume, to only make profits from poor warranty and frequent downtimes. Also, with such an unregulated industry where selling in high volume is crucial, this discourages any technology innovation:
2. People Watching Cameras “CCTV Operators”
Most people are under the common misunderstanding that CCTV is just like the TV show “Big Brother”, where many highly skilled surveillance experts are watching and studying our every move. This is very incorrect:
Public Safety CCTV Designs
Public Safety CCTV Budgets Wasted
3. Government CCTV Security Procurement
Most governments pay for the best high-end security equipment, but for the security equipment’s supply chain to make money (including hidden commissions), procurement processes result in governments receiving inadequate low-cost products.
To complement this spending regime, security consultants make their profits by specifying the cheapest equipment for Public Safety CCTV. They do this to justify their own high costs of designing it, and many also recommend their preferred manufacturers of such equipment to make more hidden commissions out of their governments.
“Worryingly, very true at each point.” UK CCTV Command Control Manager
Internationally Regulated Crime Deterrent
As the much-needed solution for public safety law enforcement, the Viseum IMC Camera is now stimulating many governments to regulate their CCTV. Patents have been granted globally for the invention of the Viseum IMC Camera, and in demonstrating this quality and performance regulation, any other brand of camera that looks like a Viseum is seen as an illegal unregulated copy and that compromises a nation’s public safety.