CCTV Surveillance System

Public safety is our first priority. So, you need a security system that can scale across your entire premises a system that helps you manage hundreds or thousands of edge devices, be the cameras, doors, or license plate cameras; a system that you can rely on you when you need it most; a system that can efficiently transmit and securely store your security data. City development and urban planning require a high level of commitment and simultaneous development of all available resources. IP video surveillance solution that would be flexible enough to efficiently perform precise video monitoring of public places both day and night.


ADNAN ENGINEERING surveillance system was designed from the very beginning to be extremely flexible and scalable. Due to different location specifics, and variety of outdoor lighting conditions a very special solution was deployed.


ADNAN ENGINEERING offers BMS (Building Management Systems) that integrate MEP networks within a structure to offer a high degree of control and convenience using automation AE state of the art BMS systems promote cost savings, environmental sustainability and effective energy use while promoting high HSE standards.

CCTV System

Advances in CCTV technology are turning the video surveillance into one of the most valuable loss prevention, safety/security and management tools available today. Retailers use CCTV to monitor for shoplifters and dishonest employees, compile recorded evidence against bogus accident claims and monitor merchandising displays in stores that may be hundreds of miles away. Manufacturers, governments, hospitals and universities use CCTV to identify visitors and employees, monitor hazardous work areas, thwart theft and ensure the security of their premises and parking facilities.

I.     Security Applications

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  Observe and record theft or violence by overtly monitoring retail floor space, office buildings, building perimeters, warehouses, loading docks and    parking garages.

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  Monitor sensitive areas where infrequent activities occur (i.e. confidential records, safes, etc...)

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  Monitor point-of-sale exceptions (cash register voids, over-rings, etc...) reducing cashier theft.

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  Observe and record shoplifting activities.

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  "Walk a beat" by programming a moving camera to pan, tilt, and zoom within a defined pattern.

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  Perform covert surveillance (where legally applicable)

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  Integrate with access control systems to provide video of persons entering and leaving the premises.

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  Complement asset tracking systems to provide video when a tagged asset leaves the premises.

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  Interoperability with third-party devices, easy expansion, and future-proof investment, because our systems are based on open protocols.

II.    Safety Applications

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  Allow operators to see into areas where the environment is hazardous to life or health.

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  Monitor potential accident areas.

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  Monitor residence halls, common areas, or high-risk areas to ensure safety of an educational institution's students and faculty.

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  Help reduce the severity of some incidents by the timely dispatch of police, fire, and emergency personnel.

III.  Management Tools

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 Train employees, check stock on store shelves and monitor retail sales floor coverage, production lines, etc.

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 Demonstrate management's due diligence towards protecting employees, clients, and visitors, and perhaps avert or minimize litigation and negative  publicity.

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 Document video images on magnetic tape or optical hard drives to record events. This information may be reviewed & later presented as evidence  for prosecution of criminals or as a training tool.