Monitoring of traffic
Monitoring of traffic on highways to help commuters
plan their journey to work is one especially popular
application. Video images broadcast over the Internet
provide real-time traffic information and can reduce
congestion. Emergency services can use the images to
handle accidents more efficiently.
Passengers on public transport can be protected from
crime at bus stops and train stations by security
surveillance cameras, as well as on the bus or train
However, due to the fear of terrorist attacks, the
airport has become the key place for employing network
video solutions. Network video can be used in the
airport environment to prevent theft, drug
trafficking, illegal immigration and much more.
Areas of the airport where network cameras can be
Entrances and exits
Computer Network Cameras placed at the entrances and exits to an
airport terminal record who comes in and out 24 hours
per day. This deters criminals and the footage can be
used as evidence if a crime occurs.
Reinforcing the work of on-the-spot security staff,
cameras at customs areas enable remote monitoring for
e.g. illegal immigration and smuggling.
Computer Network Cameras employed here ensure the safety of people
using the car parks, and ensure their cars are not
subject to theft or vandalism during the owners'
Airplanes in their hangers can be monitored remotely
to ensure that they are not tampered with between
At a busy airport, air plane catering requires
split-second timing. Network cameras can be used by
caterers to see when the plane is ready to discharge
its last flight's meal service and receive its next
Air Port Baggage reclaim area
Computer Network video can be employed throughout the airport's
baggage system. At the customer interface, it can be
used to prevent crime, while behind the scenes,
cameras can help airport staff check that the system
Broadcasting at airports
Computer Network cameras can improve efficiency and customer
service by broadcasting up-to-the-minute images of
incoming airplanes in the departure lounge, showing,
for example, when a plane is ready to board.