Industrial processes that take place under conditions dangerous for humans are today often supervised by IP cameras. These are mainly processes in the chemical industry, the interior of reactors or facilities for manufacture of nuclear fuel. Use of thermo graphic cameras allow operators to measure the temperature of the processes.
Many cities and motorway networks have extensive traffic-monitoring systems, using IP network cameras to detect congestion and notice accidents. Many of these cameras however, are owned by private companies and transmit data to drivers' GPS systems.
IP surveillance systems make it economically viable for government agencies to provide greater levels of coverage of cities, towns and special events in public venues. They can also help police and emergency services deal with and analyze incidents more effectively.
IP Cameras can "keep an eye" on entrances, cash desks, and ATMs 24/7 to ensure bank security and customer safety. These cameras can trigger a variety of actions such as storing images or relaying alarm signals to a security service when motion of suspicious objects are detected.
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