Surveye designs and installs integrated, smart closed-circuit video surveillance systems (CCTV) specific for homes, business activities, department stores, shops, banks, enterprises, administrative office and historic town centres.

A video surveillance system has several advantages and can be installed anywhere and for different reasons: as an effective deterrent, a useful means in the reconstruction of criminal events, for marketing purposes.

The data retrieved by a CCTV system can be used to:

  • identify, record and transmit in real time any unauthorised access
  • detect suspicious events
  • control access flows
  • enhance the safety of people and property in public and private settings
  • analyse behaviour: get-togethers, panic, abandoned objects, vandalism.

A CCTV system can be more or less complex and consists of:

  • one or more imaging megapixel IP cameras and/or thermal imaging cameras
  • relationship sensors of various parameters (movement, temperature, etc.)
  • data transmission, recording and processing system It helps
  • increase the safety of people and property in public and private settings
  • analyse behaviours during public assemblies and emergency situations, identify abandoned objects and vandalism.

Being a video surveillance network system, the images taken by digital cameras are visible from any client station, on a video display, locally or remotely, and can record continuously (24 hours a day) or when on the occurrence of an event.

Surveye pays great attention to the development of security systems to guarantee its customers complete, innovative and state-of-the-art video surveillance solutions to meet their needs at the best.


Surveye offers a wide range of analogue, IP, megapixel cameras, either stationary or motorized, and thermal imaging cameras. They are installed in a strategic position to optimize the final performance of the security system either in business or home settings.

In general, there are three types of application, according to the intended use:

  1. The identification of individuals or groups of individuals.
    In this video surveillance system, the camera is placed in a high position to easily frame the scene where people pass by. This system can be used to control entrances in homes and reserved areas, but also to identify challenging behaviours.
  2. The recognition of people and objects.
    These integrated security systems provide for the installation of a web camera at such a distance as to capture high-resolution images, which are indispensable to carry out the subsequent step of automatic or manned analysis of the retained events. For example, they allow the recognition of faces for access to home, the detection of abandoned objects, the identification of vehicles for traffic offenses or toll payment.
  3. The monitoring of the state of a setting.
    The web cameras are placed in a high position, with a wide viewing angle, since it is essential to frame large and extensive areas. Some examples of application of these video surveillance systems are fire detection and the monitoring of the environment, such as the detection of landslides, landslips and floods.


A digital video recorder is a great means to:

  • record and store the images captured by the CCTV camera systems onto local fixed discs;
  • plan video surveillance 24 hours a day or at time slots or following alarm conditions detected by a security system;
  • process the data transmitted
  • view in real time the images captured by the web cameras.



Thanks to a flexible and reliable IP web platform, the video surveillance system can be extended according to requirements, by adding new web cameras, client stations, image storage.

All adequately supported by a correct sizing of the networking structure.


In the event of discontinuity of the communication with the central control unit of the security systems, the web camera or the sensor continues to record the events independently.

Modern IP web cameras can provide high-end images and allow the security systems to carry out detailed analyses that avoid improper alarms.

The webcam software processes and analyses the events locally.


A smart video surveillance system meets the most varied requirements as it

  • recognizes people and any objects that have been abandoned in a waiting room or stolen in a store;
  • can count people on the move (counting of presences and admittances)
  • detects objects in transit and tracks their movement (object tracking)
  • identifies suspicious or dangerous human behaviours
  • detects vehicle speed
  • identifies changes in the framed static scene by detecting, for example, the presence of smoke or mist
  • detects any changes that occur in the scene above a certain level of motion, temperature, etc.