There are a variety of CCTV systems available, including traditional analogue systems and state-of-the-art digital systems. The latest digital CCTV systems are equipped with advanced features such as remote viewing, motion detection, and night vision, among others. One of the most recent advancements in CCTV technology is the integration of AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology. These systems are equipped with advanced algorithms that allow them to analyze footage in real-time and detect potential security threats. They can also be programmed to alert security personnel or local authorities in case of any suspicious activity.

Facial recognition, object detection and video analytics. CCTV cameras equipped with facial recognition technology can detect and identify individuals in real-time, making it possible to track specific individuals or detect known criminals. In addition to that, AI-powered CCTV systems can detect objects such as vehicles, bags, and even weapons, making it possible to identify potential security threats. AI-powered CCTV systems can analyse footage in real-time, detect patterns and anomalies, and alert security personnel or the local authorities if something suspicious occurs.

License plate recognition and thermal cameras: CCTV cameras equipped with license plate recognition technology can detect and read license plates, making it possible to track vehicles and monitor traffic patterns. Thermal cameras, also known as thermal imaging cameras, use infrared technology to detect and produce images of heat signatures. They are able to detect temperature differences, even in complete darkness or in adverse weather conditions. Thermal cameras are commonly used in security and surveillance, as well as in industrial, commercial, and military applications. They can detect potential security threats, such as intruders or weapons, as well as monitor and diagnose equipment malfunctions.