CCTV



Closed-circuit television (CCTV), or video surveillance as it is now more commonly known, is the use of video camera technology for the purposes of detecting crime or investigating an incident. Video Surveillance has had a profound impact on crime prevention and detection. The UK currently leads the way in the application of CCTV and its use is wide-ranging, encompassing many innovative features such as:

  • Facial-recognition technology
  • Remote video monitoring
  • Video smoke detection
  • Video analytics
  • RADAR perimeter intrusion detection
  • Mobile systems, and
  • Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)

Today’s network technology has enhanced image usability through HD quality playback and has enabled vastly more cost-effective storage options, to reduce the overall project price to the end user.

Through partnerships with the world’s leading brands including Axis Communications and Milestone, Diamond offers customers the very latest in IP CCTV solutions, future proofing your investment, and catering to your precise operational requirements.

CCTV System Designers

Diamond will guide customers at the initial scoping and design stage of the CCTV project, and will complete the project’s installation, commissioning and maintenance, all to NSI Gold standards. The Diamond team can also advise you of your obligations under GDPR, and all other applicable British and European Standards regarding CCTV and video surveillance.

For designers and specifiers of CCTV systems, Diamond are pleased to offer free CPD Accredited training on a range of CCTV and Network Video related topics.

With access to all the leading brands through our supply chain, and over 30 years experience as specialists in this field, Diamond are the intelligent choice for CCTV solutions. Contact us today to discuss your CCTV system requirements.

Closed-circuit television (CCTV)

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