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ASTM offers Electronic Surveillance Training to its students in a carefully engineered environment. Educational experts specifically design this course to nurture the student’s vocational skills and technical abilities

To Monitoring of premises, facilities, and infrastructure using the appropriate electronic devices like CCTV’s, Cameras, Capturing and recording of images in Digital Video Equipment, use of video analytics for pre-emptive disaster management.

Needs of Electronic Surveillance

There are many different types of Electronic Surveillance system and Things you learn in training, and it is important as the owner of the property to understand the security needs to make sure that you can provide adequate safety to your family members and people around you. Today we look at the five types of the surveillance system that make your life safer and more convenient. 

Day by day there is increasing of crime throughout the country, it is important for every property owner to use the adequate Electronic security measures to offer the best protection for their loved ones and their valuables. While electric alarms use for the several years, the technologically advanced surveillance systems.

Electronic Surveillance covers the detailed study of Access Control System, Intrusion Control, Fire Alarm, Video Door Phone, CCTV Cameras and  Home Automation System.

Below are the tips that help you to find the perfect surveillance system for your place or location.

5 Important Types of Surveillance Systems

1. CCTV Cameras

CCTV Cameras are most popular Electronic Surveillance Systems. The CCTV cameras can be installed at the entrance of the home, office, society, at other strategic locations to record crime. Moreover, there are now CCTV systems which allow you to view a live feed from any part of the world.

2. Video Door Phone

A Video door phone is like intercom system but with many advances in any residential or commercial building, and the access is controlled with the help of the audiovisual communication between you and the person outside the door. It enables you to provides access to a person only after identifying them.

3. Access Control System

The access control systems are a necessity for offices. These systems lock the entrance to the facility, and only the individuals whose fingerprints are stored in the system are allowed to get an entry in the office or home. They can also be integrated with the other surveillance systems to enhance the security of the facility further.

4. Intruder Alarm System

The intruder alarm systems detect and monitor unauthorized entry to a property and alert you or an authorized 3rd party about the breach. These systems use the combination of sensors and cameras to substantially increase the security of different access points of the office, home, building, or other commercial facilities.

5. Home Automation System

A home automation system is a system which electronically and automatically controls the appliances, features cameras, security locks on doors, appliances, windows and a lot more thing.

While we often make sacrifices in our lives, the safety of family members or employees is the most valuable thing in our life and cutting corners with the regards to their security is something that we must avoid.