Role of CCTV Cameras & Security Walls was introduced by CST Ghana
CST Ghana came into existence in 1993, solely to address security systems for residence and industries, prior to most fence walls had broken bottles on it to deter thieves.
CST Ghana introduced razor wires into the country mainly or purposefully to deter people from climbing walls and since, we were the first to introduce it in Ghana.
Mr. Kwame Akyeampong Client services manager for CST Ghana, addressing the media last week in he’s office said, In the past decade, the capabilities of surveillance cameras have been transformed by fundamental shifts in how digital data is gathered, analysed, shared and stored. Security cameras are already playing a key role in the drive to smarter cities and the burgeoning industrial internet of things.
He added that, deep learning and All is becoming more prevalent, as cameras are able to more accurately gather data and make predictions based on integrated analytical software manufacturers have developed.
While the shift to a ‘smart home’ environment is also playing its role, as consumers have easier access than ever to easy to install wireless devices and doorbell cameras.
According to Mr. Kwame Akyeampong Client services manager for CST Ghana, highlighted how much had changed since CST Ghana took on the role in 1993, with the growth of facial recognition, drones, body- worn cameras, analytics, and much more.
Modern systems now have “phenomenal capabilities”, though these have created understandable misgivings about the risk for privacy and potential abuse such capabilities create.
Mr. Kwame Akyeampong Client services manager for CST Ghana noted that the Home Office and surveillance industry must ensure only hardware and software compliant with relevant standards, such as Secure by Default, is installed in public and private spaces alike.
He added that, As an example of how things have progressed, take a look at this video from Global, detailing key trends that came out of our good product video surveillance report.
The story by Fada Amakye from Daily Sun106.com