Video Surveillance for Hotels
Theft, vandalism and robbery: according to studies, the hotel industry loses millions of dollars annually through these factors
Protect sensitive areas with video surveillance
Effective protection of the entrance area and the reception area with a video surveillance system. Increased security for personnel, hotel guests and sensitive areas, e.g. Coffers. Through their deterrent effect, well-placed cameras can also prevent potential threats in advance and give your guests an enhanced sense of security.
But the issue of video surveillance in the hotel sector is a very difficult issue. It is important that a professional video system respects the personality rights of all parties involved, while at the same time integrating seamlessly into the hotel environment.
We advise you on all technical and legal questions and help you plan and implement your individual video surveillance system. Would you like to receive non-binding advice? Contact us now.
Safe and comfortable atmosphere
The hotel industry is increasingly focusing on video surveillance, in order to meet security-relevant factors with confidence. However, it must be noted that staff and guests feel secure, but not observed by the cameras. According to a survey, most guests prefer hotels with video surveillance. At this point, the sense of safety clearly prevails. Especially in dark corners, in underground garages or on lonely corridors, cameras ensure an improved feeling of security.
Planning and installation by a specialist
VTIS has been the specialist for video surveillance for almost 20 years. Our customers appreciate the efficient operation, our flexibility and our know-how.
A VTIS specialist for video surveillance and security engineering will carry out a risk analysis in consultation with you and suggest an individual solution for you. Planning, installation, commissioning and service come from a single source - so that their operation becomes safer and guests and employees feel at home in their hotel.
You can find more information on video surveillance on our homepage:
> Preventive security in the POS area
From reception, restaurants and bars to the protection against accidents, unpleasantly striking guests and discussions
> Diebstahlschutz in Lobby, Gepäck- und Lagerräumen
e.g. Valuable luggage, handbags, mobile phones, etc. (also trace back offenses deliberately)
> Monitoring inputs and outputs
To restaurants, conventions, and fitness area. Access control for restricted areas (server rooms, technology, maintenance, etc.)
> Monitoring of parking spaces
Number plate and face detection, monitoring of dark areas.
> Secure access
To lifts, corridors, escape routes and side entrances.
> Protection against vandalism
Rescission of insurance premiums by deterrence and clarification.
Individual and accurate solutions
No project runs like the other, so it is extremely important for us to remain flexible and to be able to deal professionally with changing requirements. For this, we provide you with the right solution from a wide range of camera types.
Due to various environmental influences, the outdoor environment requires a lot of the cameras. Therefore, these must be particularly robust. Vandalism and adverse weather have thanks to high-quality cameras no chance to disturb the image transmission. This is ensured by the stable construction of tube and box cameras. These can withstand large temperature differences, heavy rain and even influence. The high-quality sensor technology of the cameras provides interference-free and high-resolution images, even at night.
In the outer entrance area, PTZ and dome cameras are often used. These have a particularly large viewing angle and thus a wide range of detection. Incidentally, especially at the entrance and in the lobby, visible cameras scare away potential culprits and thus provide preventive security.
For indoor use, we also recommend special cameras that must meet certain requirements. These include, among other things, discrete camera models, which are not noticeable in the living environment of their surroundings due to their small size. Areas which are difficult to see, e.g. Stairwells, dark niches or long, narrow aisles can be optimally monitored with the right camera model.
The degree of protection for indoor cameras is significantly lower than in the outdoor area, so they come with a less robust housing. This has an impact on the design of the camera. We can tell you exactly what cameras are best for you, according to an inventory.