DHL has built a global delivery network by trailblazing express shipping in one country after another, and occupied the business of more than 220 countries globally. To overall ensure security and surveillance for multiple sites simultaneously, the system combining huperLab all-in-one server board with video analytics were installed by iTrack in DHL Ghana.
“Most features of DVR system remain similar around the globe. And what can differentiate huperLab from others is its intelligent video analytics feature, allowing us to provide more beneficial solutions,” said Fariz Farah, MD of iTrack.
Installed in 2009, two surveillance systems consist of two units of 16-CH server board with video analytics, and 30 units of D1 real-time HD cameras and speed domes. More than passive surveillance, the system helps managers to better surveillance by actively motion tracking and object tracking within predefined area at multiple sites simultaneously.
The PTZ tracking enables to automatically track a moving object when suspicious intrusions occur, as well as to send events to trigger another fixed cameras on the alert. With video analytics installed at head office and airport site, such as flow counting, virtual fence detection and flame detection, DHL is able to monitor, track and secure every arrived and dispatched parcel for object vulnerability, theft prevention and event records.
For centralized management and monitoring, multiple sites are monitored by one central station at the head office, which all data and events can be recorded and saved. The management works as a central monitoring and event management station for monitoring multiple DVR sites and display images from 64 cameras simultaneously.