Surveillance and Tracking Services

Surveillance and tracking services help businesses improve security and reduce manual tasks. Modern automated surveillance software organizes digital video footage and analysis is much easier than with humans.


People Tracking technology uses AI video analytics to identify human body contours and features in a surveillance footage. It can be integrated with mainstream VMS systems, offering a seamless upgrade for surveillance managers.

Smart People Tracking Solutions

A smart people tracking solution can help in improving security and enhancing public safety in large places like shopping malls, airports, train stations, tourist attractions etc. By incorporating AI technology, the system can automatically analyze surveillance videos without human monitoring and alert security personnel by sending alarm notifications. In this way, it reduces the amount of time required to respond to incidents and saves human resources and cost.

In addition, the system can recognize and track people based on their attributes like age, appearance, clothing or accessories, even when facial features are not clearly visible. This can assist law enforcement in quickly identifying suspects in robbery or theft incidents. The person tracking capability can also improve the performance of video surveillance analytics systems by filtering out non-human objects (such as swaying vegetation or vehicles passing by) and alerting only humans for response, thereby reducing false alarms.

By integrating with existing VMS, an AI-powered people tracking solution can offer a painless upgrade to mainstream video surveillance management systems. It can also provide a comprehensive tracking, tagging and monitoring solution for a variety of use cases including securing valuable items like machinery or medical equipment; and maintaining the appropriate environmental conditions of chemicals, medicines or food items. This is achieved by combining the infrastructure hardware (infsoft Locator Nodes and Locator Beacons) with suitable tag hardware carried or attached to people and objects.

Tag and Track Video Surveillance

Video surveillance is a common security system in businesses, especially factories. It allows an approved employee to monitor critical areas continuously, making it a valuable asset for companies looking for security, worker productivity and customer satisfaction.

It also reduces the cost of maintaining a security guard to patrol the property, especially when there are multiple entry points or blind spots that need to be monitored. However, the overall price of surveillance systems is dependent on how many cameras are needed for coverage and if any special features need to be included such as night vision or pan-tilt-zoom capabilities.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur trying to protect your inventory, a restaurant owner worried about theft or a homeowner who wants to keep tabs on your kids or pet, surveillance technologies are becoming increasingly prevalent in our everyday lives. From street lights to cabs, security cameras are omnipresent in public spaces and even in some of our smart home devices.

But with advances in technology, the future of surveillance will likely become more predictive and predictive than ever before. Cameras could soon be able to recognize faces, track movements and detect suspicious activity, all in real time. This will erode what remains of our privacy in public and reshape how we live in the modern world. For example, one company is already using face recognition to identify people and send them a text alert when it recognizes their face.

Mobile Surveillance Solutions

Unlike a fixed surveillance system that needs to be hooked up to wires and cables, mobile surveillance units use a wireless network. The data is uploaded via the cellular network and stored in the cloud. Some systems have alternative sources of power like a solar panel so they can be used in remote places where there is no access to electricity. Security deterrents like flashing lights or recorded messaging can scare off criminals before they cause damage, while 2-way audio enables property owners to communicate with anyone entering the area.

These mobile security units are designed to replace traditional onboard surveillance systems in transit vehicles like school buses, ambulances, cabs and public transports to keep a watchful eye on their fleet remotely. They can also be deployed to monitor construction sites, warehouses and industrial areas. With smart video analytics, they can help identify unsafe situations and provide business insights.

Whether mounted on a pole or placed in a trailer, a mobile surveillance unit (MSU) is perfect for a variety of applications. They can be rented for short-term monitoring, helping businesses to avoid paying for security guards. They can also be installed at homes to monitor kids or elderly people and work well with pet cameras, nanny cams and pool cameras. The industrial computers that act as the brains of these systems are ruggedized for reliability in harsh environments and in remote landscapes where wireless service is not always available and maintenance crews are limited.

Video Analytics

Video analytics software analyzes a digital video signal in real-time to detect patterns, attributes, and events of interest. It can help reduce the amount of time and resources required for human-based monitoring by identifying key events to automate responses or procedures. Video analytics can also identify suspicious vehicles or people and trigger an alarm. These technologies can be used to monitor a wide range of applications, from traffic to airport security to industrial sites.

A typical example of this technology is a retail store that wants to understand what kind of customers are visiting it, when they visit and how they move around the store. It can also analyze foot traffic to optimize the store’s layout according to the day of the week and season.

The information that a video analytics system can provide enables businesses to take advantage of operational efficiencies and clear ROI. This includes providing a more accurate headcount of shoppers and integrating that data with other systems in the business (e.g. POS).

Video analytics can either be run on servers located in the control room, known as central processing, or at each camera’s location, which is known as edge processing. The latter solution is ideal for customers with limited bandwidth, as it ensures only the necessary information about suspicious events gets sent over the network and doesn’t use up valuable bandwidth on non-critical video streams.