If you are looking for a cost-effective solution for hard to secure places in your building then the recently launched Avigilon H5A Dual Head Camera could be the answer.
Areas such as hallways, stairwells, corners in corridors, and car park entry and exit points could all be areas that are difficult to monitor effectively with a single lens camera. However, rather than having then to buy multiple cameras this allows you to have fewer cameras but still provides superior surveillance.
This low-profile dual-sensor camera brings enhanced security to any site by increasing coverage and minimising blind spots for those hard to secure areas. The camera is excellent in tight spaces as the two lenses can be angled easily to the correct position. Both of the lenses are varifocal allowing you to adjust the level of zoom and field of view so you can drill down to the area you want to show. Additionally, the camera incorporates Avigilon’s LightCatcher Technology which means it provides exceptional detail in low-light settings.
As the Dual Head is one of Avigilon’s latest H5A cameras it has the latest analytic capabilities. These include expanded object detection and classification as well as support for Facial Recognition and Avigilon Appearance Search technologies. This will allow you to improve your surveillance by responding quickly to events and providing evidence if there is criminal activity or an accident within your site.
The Security Group team is excited about the capabilities of the H5A Dual Head Camera which includes technologies that can help mitigate the risks associated with the transmission of COVID-19. Like all the H5A range, the Dual Head cameras can facilitate occupancy counting to help with social distancing and face mask detection.
The full extent of the video analytic capabilities is available when the camera is integrated with Avigilon Control Center 7, the video management software. Through this integration your security teams will be able to respond swiftly to potentially critical events.