Critical Infrastructure

For safe, secure and uninterrupted activity every day....

Video surveillance is a cost-effective way of increasing the level of safety and security within your production facility. Regardless of whether it is a solar plant, an electrical substation or a waste management facility, there is an DSS-IS solution that suits your needs.

With network cameras from DSS-IS you can:

  • Detect, locate and identify intruders at the gate, along the perimeter and all the way into the critical room
  • Maximize the use of modern megapixel security cameras thanks to multi-view streaming and digital pan/tilt/zoom
  • Benefit from operator-controlled pan/tilt/zoom patrolling, auto tracking where the camera automatically follows a moving person or guard-tour where the camera moves automatically between preset positions
  • Record highly detailed video scenes with HDTV image quality for future analysis
  • Use thermal cameras to detect people, vehicles and incidents even in complete darkness
  • Get the most out of intelligent video analytics, due to a platform that allows third-party analytics applications to be uploaded to each camera

Efficient visual process monitoring through integration with production devices

Increase the up-time and reliability of your production processes by adding video surveillance. This brings many advantages:

  • Enhancing production data from central or remote sites with visual information gives you a better overview of the system health
  • Adding video support to diagnostic tools helps you to better understand the status and ensures you make the right decisions
  • Augmenting video surveillance with distributed audio capabilities further enhances your ability to monitor the system reliably

With DSS-IS, you benefit from the world’s leading range of network cameras and video encoders that help you to monitor your indoor and outdoor facilities. All video – both live and recorded – can easily be shared with multiple authorized target groups to ensure that you stay one step ahead of vandalism and crime.