Custom Designed and Integrated
Interactive Audio and Video Site Monitoring
Real time response is the most powerful deterrent to organized theft and other security risks for your business.
• Interactive Audio/Video Response
• Keep your business, employees and customers safe with real-time interactive monitoring and audio/video response available 24 hours a day.
• Real-time response is at the heart of lverify’s unique approach to security. This service delivers a secure working environment as well as a range of financial competencies – all delivered through our state-of-the-art Interactive Security Operations Center (“The I”):
• Real-time interaction with your customers and employees
• Immediate/fast response to high risk situations
• Coordination of first responder activity in concert with real-time video feeds from alarms or guard tours
• All responses come from full-time, highly trained security professionals in “The I”
• How does Interactive Response Work?
• At Iverify, we offer both a proactive and reactive service. Our Interactive Security Operations Center (The “I”) will respond to a signal, view video, and identify if intruders are in the store and dispatch police. Through this visual verification, the alarm is now considered a verified response, in most jurisdictions, and expedites a response.
• Interactive Response
• Employee-initiated monitoring (phone or panic button) and/or randomly scheduled virtual guard tours, both supported by video surveillance, real-time audio response/intervention, and police notification as required.
• Reactive Response
• Response to alarm and motion-detected activity after hours. Real-time audio response and police notification for intervention. Due to the high instance of burglar alarm activations from alarm devices (door contacts, motions, glass breaks, etc.) after business hours, !verify can easily perform Video Verification of an event to improve response time from local law enforcement and reduce costs for false alarms.
• At Iverify, we are positioned to help you incorporate this cutting edge service across your various security requirements and offering you the flexibility to scale services up or down based on your needs.
Interior and exterior
• Ultra high resolution interior video cameras. Strategically placed to monitor and protect people and property. Burtel Security & Fire CCTV systems offer the following advantages:
• IP-2-12 Megapixel
•1080p video resolution
• 3 axis mount adjustment
• Infrared LED’s with an automatic IR cut filter for day and night surveillance
• Wall, ceiling, pole mount
• Water resistant
• Remote management
• Color, black & white
NVR – Network Video Recorder
• A network video recorder (NVR) is a specialized computer system that includes a software program  that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card or other mass storage device. An NVR contains no dedicated video capture hardware. However, the software is typically run on a dedicated device, usually with an embedded operating system. Alternatively, to help support increased functionality and serviceability, standard operating systems are used with standard processors and video management software. An NVR is typically deployed in an IP video surveillance system.
• Network video recorders are distinct from digital video recorders
(DVR) as their input is from a network rather than a direct connection to a video capture card or tuner. Video on a DVR is encoded and processed at the DVR, while video on an NVR is encoded and processed at the camera, then streamed to the NVR for storage or remote viewing.  Additional processing may be done at the NVR, such as further compression or tagging with meta data.
• Hybrid NVR/DVR surveillance systems exist which incorporate functions of both NVR and DVR; these are considered a form of NVR.
• NVR home surveillance systems are generally wireless, tend to be easy to set up, can be accessed through a web browser, and allow the user to be notified by email if an alarm is triggered.
• A digital video recorder (DVR) is an electronic device that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card, SSD or other local or networked mass storage device. The term includes set-top boxes with direct to disk recording, portable media players and TV gateways with recording capability, and digital camcorders. Personal computers are often connected to video capture devices and used as DVRs; in such cases the application software used to record video is an integral part of the DVR. Many DVRs are classified as consumer electronic devices; such devices may alternatively be referred to as personal video recorders (PVRs), particularly in Canada.
• Video content analysis (also video content analytics, VCA) is the capability of automatically analyzing video to detect and determine temporal and spatial events.
• This technical capability is used in a wide range of domains including entertainment, health-care, retail, automotive, transport, home automation, flame and smoke detection, safety and security. The algorithms can be implemented as software on general purpose machines, or as hardware in specialized video processing units.
• Many different functionalities can be implemented in VCA. Video Motion Detection is one of the simpler forms where motion is detected with regard to a fixed background scene. More advanced functionalities include video tracking and egomotion estimation.
• Based on the internal representation that VCA generates in the machine, it is possible to build other functionalities, such as identification, behavior analysis or other forms of situation awareness.
• VCA relies on good input video, so it is often combined with video enhancement technologies such as video de-noising, image stabilization, unsharp masking and super-resolution.