A CCTV system is to manage the surveillance environment, controlling cameras and monitoring high quality live and recorded video effectively.
This system allows customers to remotely monitor the conditions of roads, rivers, physical access to facilities, etc., through closed-circuit video cameras, digital video and recorders connected via optical lines and Internet. It helps customers secure and regulate pysical access to their premises/facilities.
Security can be enhanced and business efficiency improved by introducing our Closed-Circuit Television System.
Yamato River Closed-Circuit Television System (CCTV)Yamato River Management Office under Kinki Regional Development Bureau
Cameras are installed at various points in the basin of the Yamato River flowing in the Nara Basin and the southern part of the Osaka Plains to monitor the condition of the river in real time. Live and recorded images and videos are viewed through the website of the Yamato River Management Office (under the Kinki Regional Development Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) to secure the safety of local residents.
for Tsunami Information Collection
Dam Surveillance System
Camera System for Tsunami Information Collection & Dam Surveillance System
Camera System for Tsunami Information Collection
Video cameras are installed near river mouths in the southern part of Wakayama Prefecture to monitor the existance of tsunami waves, as a part of early detection and preparation for tsunami due to earthquakes that are expected to occur. This system can observe and record the condition of tsunami in real time, helping residents alert and guide for evacuation.
Dam Surveillance System
The system monitors through live-video cameras the water level of dam together with unauthorized persons entering into dangerous area.
Iron Tide Gate Surveillance System & Camera System to Collect Disaster Prevention InformationOsaka Prefectural Government
Iron Tide Gate Surveillance System
This surveillance system remotely checks the river flow rate and whether the iron tide gate is opened or closed. In the event of a high tide or a tsunami, it serves to open or close the tide gate while checking images.
Camera System to Collect Disaster Prevention Information
Video cameras are installed on Mt. Ikoma where live view of wide area can be monitored to help and guide residents in the area how to act in the event of a disaster. Live and recorded images and videos can be viewed through a website of Osaka Disaster Prevention Net.
Suita City Sediment and Weather Condition Notification System
This system distributes sediment and weather condition information collected by the Suita Municipal Government via a CATV network which users can view respective information on their TV screens. The system also displays live videos and images from roof-mounted video cameras of the municipal office and from video cameras installed in sediment-sensitive areas through LCD displays in the municipal office.