High-profile government buildings are amongst the most at-risk locations for a range of potential threats. As such buildings regularly welcome high-profile individuals, or house sensitive documents and materials, constant surveillance is needed.

Prevention is critical when managing risk to government buildings, especially now threats can include terrorism or other extreme forms of anti-establishment activity. Security systems need to provide clear, high quality images and video so that any incidents can be acted upon quickly.

What do government buildings expect/need from CCTV security?

  • Coverage – All government buildings need high levels of coverage particularly when there is intelligence of a potential security breach. Buildings such as hospitals need comprehensive coverage where there are instances of violence, escape, missing patients and those admitted under suspicious circumstances.
  • Continuous Surveillance – 24/7 surveillance is needed in most, if not all, government buildings. This is especially true for those buildings which manage high-traffic and sensitive materials and equipment.
  • Co-ordination – High-risk government buildings need systems to be networked to a single control monitor which can be viewed in one location when needed.

Why is NetVu the perfect solution for the governmental sector?

We provide the IP cameras which many government buildings are now switching to. Historically, the cost/benefit comparison between analogue and digital systems leaned towards analogue, however technological advances, of which we are long-time pioneers, has meant that analogue cameras are now being decommissioned on a large scale to make way for more robust and versatile digital alternatives.

NetVu also provides integration and co-ordination with the “pick-a-point” system and constant, full-site surveillance so security can be maximised in high-risk areas.

NetVu are strictly following all Government and Public Health England Guidance and advice and have implemented a series of safety precautions to ensure we keep our employees, suppliers and customers safe and protected during these unsettling times that result from COVID-19.

We monitor the guidelines daily and have implemented a series of changes which involve the majority of our staff working remotely and the only employees in the workplace are those that are there as a necessity, all operate from separate offices from each other and are practicing the strict protocols of social distancing.

Clearly there is widespread disruption to supply lines, however we will be endeavouring to fulfil as many customer orders as possible, as we are carrying adequate inventory of our mainstream products.

If you need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team