Thursday, January 6, 2011

Flair Systems CCTV

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is a valuable tool in the fight against crime. As well as helping solve crimes and prosecute offenders, its presence can reassure communities.

It plays an invaluable part in the reduction of disorder, allowing officers to be directed to potential hotspots to dispel minor incidents before they have a chance to escalate.


is often maintained and funded by a partnership consisting of local authorities and businesses. In this way, it is a tangible demonstration of the police, local authority and businesses working together to make communities safer.

As well as assisting with detection, CCTV can also act as a deterrent. A building or an area with CCTV installed becomes a less attractive target if an offender is aware that his or her actions may be observed and recorded. Public support for CCTV is strong. People appreciate the importance of CCTV in the prevention and detection of crime and may lobby for its installation in areas where anti-social behavior is an issue.


also contributes greatly to the fight against terrorism. Its value as a surveillance tool is immeasurable. Being able to monitor suspicious behavior gives the police and the security services a greater ability to stop terrorist activity in its tracks and protect the public from harm.

Eng.Alaa Mohamed
Communication Engineer
Flair Systems Integration Team


jossy kent said...

Closed circuit television, or otherwise known as CCTV camera systems, can be seen at present in many shops, stadiums, train stations, offices and even homes and other private venues. A security camera is usually installed in an area to improve the safety of the people by preventing crime or to monitor what happens there. Many people and organisations around the world have learned to take advantage of a CCTV kit and employed it use for various purposes, including research. In fact, it has been decades since men discovered and experienced the benefits of having one. For those who are curious about the history and origin of these monitoring devices, read on.


Back in 1942, surveillance equipment was used to monitor the taking off of rockets and missiles in Germany, which is primarily a military activity. A well-known German engineer designed the device, backed by Siemens AG. The activity was mainly intended for testing, but at present, rocket and space ship launch sites across the world are still installed with monitoring devices so as to help identify areas for improvement and for further sophisticated research. This is highly important, as scientists or engineers could not get too close to any launch site because of the dangers that it imposes to their health. It was in 1949 when CCTV cameras became commercially available in America from a company named Vericon, an organization known to be a contractor for the government.

Essatech Services said...

A home CCTV Cameras is an excellent way to keep your home and its perimeter more secure. In offices also it is more useful.