CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) is a television system where the signals are not publicly distributed, but are primarily for surveillance and security purposes internally.
CCTV is dependent on the strategic location of the cameras. Because the cameras communicate with monitors and / or recording servers over the internal IP network. The CCTV cameras have high resolution and can zoom in on a object to the smallest detail.
It`s is also a useful tool in the maritime sector as it provides the best visibility to ensure the safety and health of guests and crew. Whereas analogue was the standard not so long ago, digital technology has now improved to such an extent that today, only a digital camera system is a viable option.
CCTV is used for a variety of purposes, including:
Maintain perimeter security in medium to high-secure areas and installations.
Observe production lines.
Places that would be dangerous to humans as in some production sites
Obtaining a visual overview of activities in situations where it is necessary to maintain proper security or access controls (such as throwing and hiding situations on different fishing vessels).