Schools have a large number of students and teachers. They can be extremely crowded during school hours and completely empty after hours. Children and young adults are unfortunately vulnerable to kidnapping and assaults, and many times this happens as they are leaving the school premises at a quieter hour when the majority of the students have left. To protect the students, it is important to watch out for people behaving suspiciously around the premises.
Many schools now have expensive equipment, such as computers, which make them a target for theft. In addition to this, graffiti and vandalism are an often incidence at schools and the premises needs to be protected from intruders to prevent these events from occurring.
Why iOmniscient’s iQ-Schools?
iQ-Schools is a comprehensive portfolio of applications that that can fulfill each departments specific requirement, while operating as a single integrated system to ensure quick distribution of information to all concerned when any event occurs.
iQ-Schools has a sophisticated behavior analysis application to detect suspicious behavior from individuals, such as loitering, running, and man-down, to prevent kidnapping and assaults.
To prevent theft from occurring, iQ-Schools has a powerful perimeter protection system which can see far distances and in the dark. This can be used to stop all intruders from accessing the premises after hours which is when theft generally occurs.
iQ-Schools has a graffiti and vandalism detection which is able to jump back to when the event occured to see who the criminal was and identify them using many-to-many face recognition.
Automated Surveillance Action Platform (ASAP):
iQ-Schools is armed with iOmniscient’s unique Nuisance Alarm Minimization System (NAMS) which can cope with the complex and crowded scenes that exist in the real world, thus ensuring reliable results. Coupled with iOmniscient’s patented iQ-Hawk technology, which simultaneously detects events and identifies people and vehicles on the same camera, iQ-Schools can deliver an automated response system which can then be tightly linked into the user’s own processes.
• Detect and track suspects or criminals accompanied with many-to-many facial recognition system
• Theft prevention system to protect valuable property (e.g. in computer rooms, library, convocation halls)
• Graffiti and Vandalism detection
• Detection of man-down or fighting behaviour accompanied with both video and voice recognition system. Detection of other abnormal behaviour (e.g. running, loitering etc) particularly after hours
• Perimeter protection and to prevent unauthorised access after hours
• Surveillance system health check to prevent camera tampering or sabotage
• Adhere with fire regulation and maximum people allowed in the classroom or in the convocation hall particularly during special events
• Better car park management particularly during special events with the use of counting, License Plate Recognition system, Tailgating system, Wrong Way, Parking Violation Detection etc
• Efficient Lost and found process with the use of abandoned object detection
• Energy savings – able to understand the occupancy so as to efficiently adjust the electricity level (e.g. the lights can be dimmed or turned off for areas that have no more students in there. Additional lights can be turned when there are more people)
• Smoke and Fire detection. Conventional smoke detection cannot be effective in areas with high ceilings
• Crowd management and control during special events
• Detection of water spill
• Detection of slip and fall for public liability or man-down detection
• Prevent vehicle speeding within school zones
And many more…