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IKEA was founded in Sweden in 1943 and headquartered in Netherlands. It has 389 stores in 48 countries (as of August 2016). IKEA store is popular in the world because of its modernist designs for various types of appliances and furniture. Its pursuit of caring for peole and planet echos with Uniview’s brand value “Better Security, Better World”. In 2017, IKEA Kuwait store installed Uniview high quality products and system. Uniview provided a whole video surveillance solution. 320 IP cameras are installed in IKEA, covering the whole shopping areas, elevators, aisles, control room, parking lot, entrances and so on....
231 Toll Stations, India
National Highways are the arterial roads of a country for passengers and goods. In order to manage the vehicles’ status and information, there are more than 1300 UNV cameras and more than 200 NVRs installed over 231 toll stations in India. Over the past three years, UNV products never failed to provide the best quality image during day and night, ensured every vehicle’s information was recorded and were easy to be searched. Besides, UNV products brought many other benefits to NHAI. For instance, with wide voltage range of ±25%, UNV cameras can work very well under unstable voltage....
Solar Power Station, Belarus
Solar Power Station at Bragin was built in August 2016 and is currently the biggest solar power facility in Belarus. Its power capacity amounts to 18.48 MW with an area equals to 60 football fields. The project is implemented not far from Chernobyl and serves as an example of alternative development of the territories affected by the nuclear disaster. Solar Power Station at Bragin has won the nomination "Technologies and projects based on renewable energy sources" and also the 1st place at the Republican contest "Leader of Energy Efficiency-2016". Uniview provided video surveillance solution for the Solar Power Station....
Carrefour Hypermarket, Dubai, UAE.
Founded in France, Carrefour is one of the largest hypermarket chains in the world, and one of the popular hypermarkets in the region. The brand was launched in the region in 1995 by Majid Al Futtaim, which is the exclusive franchisee to operate Carrefour in 38 countries across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. In 1995, Carrefour opened its first hypermarket in City Centre Deira UAE and through the years, expanded to over 175 Carrefour stores in 15 countries across....
Spar Chain Supermarket, Zimbabwe
Spar, trademarked as SPAR, founded in 1932, is a Dutch multinational retail chain and franchise brand with approximately 12,500 stores in 42 countries worldwide. Uniview provided a whole video surveillance solution for Spar supermarkets in 4 SPARs in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, to protect the customers and goods....
City Surveillance for Kampala, Uganda
More than two millennia ago the diligent and courageous people of Eurasia explored and opened up several routes of trade and cultural exchanges that linked the major civilizations of Asia, Europe and Africa, collectively called the Silk Road by later generations. Chinese President Xi Jinping raised the initiative of building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road. The Belt and Road Initiative aims to promote the connectivity of Asian, European and African continents and their adjacent seas....
Hotspot Venues on Gold Coast, Australia
Uniview provided the video surveillance solution for two hotspot venues on the iconic glitter strip of Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Latitude 28 Restaurant & Bar, situated in the heart of the world famous Cavill Avenue and in Surfers Paradise and Surfers Paradise Beach Café overlooking Surfers Paradise Beach. Latitude 28 attracts a more sophisticated clientele, offering modern Australian Cuisine, whereas the Surfers Paradise Beach Café is more casual and laid back. Both of the restaurants previously used dated analogue video surveillance systems....
Adient is a global leader in automotive seating. With 75,000 employees in 230 production and assembly factories in 33 countries around the world, it supplies automotive seats and components for more than 25 million cars every year. Adient has over 4,000 employees and eight facilities in Slovakia. It is one of the key manufacturers in the Slovak car....
Factory Bekament, Serbia
Factory Bekament, located in Arandjelovac, Serbia, is a factory producing the materials for finishing works in construction industry. It has been established in 1992, and for 20 years it is successfully processing and manufacturing grinded materials. Uniview provided video surveillance solution for Factory Bekament including 150 cameras and NVR516, monitoring perimeter, warehouses and production process....
Grolleman Coldstore, Netherlands
Sports Arena in Lazio, Italy
Uniview recently provided video surveillance solution for Sports Arena “Palacoccia” in Lazion, Italy. The new "Pala Coccia" of Veroli has a capacity of 3,500 individual seats in the stands for sports events and 1,000 seats on the floor for the shows.The building will be the second in Lazio and can accommodate large events Are four blocks....
Uniview provided IP cameras for city surveillance in Gangnam District, S. Korea
In such a mass security system like city surveillance, it is required to have dense distributed and wide range of surveillance points since cameras are the basic resources to obtain information. In Gangnam District, they used four fixed lens cameras in the intersections to cover four different directions, and a PTZ dome camera to check details when event happens. The dense distributed cameras divided the city into grid, and monitoring every corner with no dead zone....
Hilton Hotels and Resorts, UAE
The Largest Cash Clearing Center, Zambia
Kia Motors Slovakia is the most modern production facility of the car producer Kia Motors that can be found in Tepli?ka nad Váhom not far from the town of ?ilina in the Slovak Republic. It is the first and only Kia production facility in Europe.At present, there are dozens of cameras and NVRs of the Uniview brand in the facility...
Valletta Campus, Malta
The Valletta Campus, popularly known also as the 'Old University Building' in Valletta, was constructed to serve as a Jesuit College, the first stone laid in 1595. The Valletta Campus has no video surveillance system before. Uniview provided dome and bullet camera installed in the corridor, gate, storage room and stage, and NVR for managment and storage...
Nairobi-Maroba Railway, Kenya
All-freez Company, Belgium
All-freez, a member of the Incopack group, is an experienced and dynamic Belgian company which existed for 20 years and is processing a range of high quality deep frozen fish products to a wide range of retail chains and restaurants. Together with local professional security installer Bergoens Security and distributor Visuatech, Uniview successfully provided IP video surveillance solutions to protect All-freez’s property...
Discoteca Teatro Kapital, Spain
Shanghai Expo, China
The Forbidden City
Mindef Military Headquarters, Malaysia
Malaysia military headquarters located at Kuala Lumpur. Recently it uses Zhejiang Uniview Technologies Co., Ltd. products for video surveillance. Mindef military headquarters has high requirements about video surveillance system - robust and able to deliver high resolution video day and night to provide 24/7 surveillance. ..
Eforie Aqua Park, Romania
Kiev International Airport, Ukraine
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business. What sets Uniview apart? The numbers don't lie; Uniview has been
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covered over 580+ safe city projects, 70% of airport projects, 50% of military
and police projects, as well as 40% of metro/university projects, all ranking
No.1 in China among domestic manufacturers (Dahua, Hikvision etc.) and
international competitors (Axis, Bosch, Honeywell, Samsung etc.).
Feeling safe and secure in your own home is a necessity. It is important to have peace of mind that you can be safe in your home and that your home will be safe when you are away. Most burglaries occur in residences that appear to be unoccupied between the hours of 10am and 3pm. Burglars know they don’t have a lot of time due to alarm systems and vigilant neighbors so they are often in and out before police even arrive. Without a visual ID of the suspect, they many never be caught and your valuables may be lost forever. Surveillance cameras placed in key locations near entryways can capture a burglar on video and that footage can be used to lead to their capture and the return of your valuables. Read More »
In this post-9/11 world airport security is rapidly evolving. Airports are under constant threat of attack by terrorists and others so it is important that they maintain a complete and up to date security and surveillance system. Airport security checkpoints are fast paced and there is no room for mistakes. IP surveillance systems add an extra layer of security by helping to monitor people and baggage as they make their way through the airport. When there is no room for mistakes, a surveillance system will help to keep your facility safe and running smoothly. Read More »
It is no secret that criminals often target banks even though most banks have a surveillance system in place. However, many of these surveillance systems are out of date and not as helpful as the newer intelligent video analytics systems. These new technologies can better assist with preventing robberies and check fraud, investigate crimes, combat “phantom ATM withdrawals” and improve customer service. While robbery is a big issue with banks, it is fraudulent scheming that costs banks the most money. Most banks have been victim to check fraud at one time or another but banks with up to date security and surveillance systems are able to stop 92% of all check fraud attempts. Read More »
Recently there has been an increase of violence and vandalism aboard public transit buses. Disputes over fares, assaults on passengers and drivers and vandalism are the biggest issues facing buses. Many city buses already have cameras in place but often times these systems are out of date and ineffective in deterring crime or catching criminals. The best surveillance system for public transit would be one that allows the driver, passengers and the authorities to view footage in real time. When passengers and drivers are aware they are being filmed, they are more accountable for their actions and less likely to engage in violence or criminal activity. Not only would this protect passengers and drivers from assault but would also protect transit companies from false claims. Read More »
Security systems are an integral part of any successful car dealership. The high value of the inventory and the fact that the cars are often left on an open lot overnight makes car dealerships one of the biggest targets for thieves. If you are an owner or manager of a car dealership then an up to date surveillance system should be your top priority. Obviously, profit is integral to any business but to ensure the most profit you must protect your inventory as well as keep an eye on your employees so that they perform at their highest potential. Read More »
Churches have long been considered safe havens with an open door policy that makes them a place of refuge and safety. However, more and more churches, temples and mosques are investing in surveillance systems to protect the sanctuary from break-ins, theft and vandalism. In order to find the best surveillance system it is important to understand the unique threats and sensitivities to the individual place of worship. Read More »
Courthouse shootings and violence are rare but they do happen. With the large amount of criminal offenders, witnesses and private citizens coming through the building all day it is important to add an extra layer of protection. Surveillance systems allow security personnel to monitor the entire building from a remote location so they can stop crime before it happens. Cameras can monitor courtrooms, doors, stairways and hallways for criminal acts or suspicious persons. When people know they are being watched they are less likely to commit crimes or instigate violence. On the occasions when a crime is committed, security personnel will be able to spot it quickly and stop it before it gets out of hand. Footage can even be sent directly to the local police department to be monitored around the clock. If an unfortunate incident does occur, surveillance footage can be used as evidence during prosecution or for insurance claims. Read More »
Surveillance systems are a useful tool for farms and agricultural environments. Monitoring video footage can help farmers keep an eye on livestock and production facilities to ensure things are running smoothly and that animals are protected. Farms both large and small are susceptible to cattle theft, also known as “rustling,” as well as the theft of pipe, valuable metals such as copper and expensive farm equipment. With security cameras placed around the perimeter of the farm and near holding pens and tool shops, farmers can capture images of any unauthorized persons entering the property. Capturing the identities of criminals on camera leads to quicker arrests and many criminals are even scared away when they see cameras monitoring the property. Read More »
Fast Food Restaurants
Fast food restaurants are very susceptible to theft due to the late night hours, high employee turnover, and constant flow of customers. Surveillance systems can help to monitor employees and customers across multiple locations at all times of the day and night. Facilities with surveillance systems are known to experience less theft, damage and false liability claims than those without. Surveillance systems add an extra layer of security and help both employees and customers to feel safe. Read More »
Gas stations are common targets for theft. Many gas stations not only have pumps but also convenience stores that can be targeted. Shoplifting and siphoning gas are just two crimes that gas stations experience. Gas Stations that are open 24 hours a day are especially vulnerable to crime. Surveillance systems can deter crime as well as protect the gas station from damage. Many gas stations have out dated systems that record poor quality footage and lack the necessary tools to capture and prevent crime. Modern surveillance systems offer higher quality video, more storage and face recognition technology. Read More »
Retail stores are big targets for theft and grocery stores are no different. Grocery stores can experience theft, damage to products or store property and even employee misconduct. Surveillance systems can be used to deter these crimes and improve productivity. By deterring these crimes, grocers can save thousands or even millions of dollars every year. Surveillance systems can be used in small family owned grocers as well as large scale grocery chains. Read More »
As more gyms are starting to stay open 24-hours a day their security needs are increasing. A constant flow of people coming through the gym at all hours of the day and night leaves the property vulnerable to theft and the patrons are vulnerable to assault or injury. Thieves often target gyms because they know patrons leave their belongings in lockers or cars that can be easily broken into. In some cases patrons may even be attacked in gym parking lots during late night workout sessions. Surveillance systems can help to deter these crimes and keep patrons feeling safe. Read More »
Hospitals can benefit from surveillance systems not only because they help to keep patients and employees safe but also to improve worker productivity and provide visual evidence to decrease false claims. IP systems allow for easy installation and upgrades and footage can be monitored remotely from multiple stations such as a security office and nurse’s stations. Read More »
Managing a hotel comes with many issues from staffing issues to running a broad spectrum of services and attending to an array of guest’s needs. On top of all that you also have to guarantee the safety of your guests and their property. This is no small task to undertake. Hotel surveillance faces many challenges including privacy, power outages and damage. Read More »
Museums are an incredible gift to the world, allowing thousands of people to view priceless works of art and artifacts that transport us to various times and places throughout history. The treasures that inhabit museums teach us about history, open our minds and inspire us. It is extremely important that these treasures be protected and that everyone be free to view them unencumbered. Security that protects the works of art without disrupting the flow of visitors is a top priority for museum officials. Many museums employ the use of video surveillance systems to monitor museum property but often, due to budget constraints, these systems are out of date. Read More »
Offices can range in size from one room to expansive buildings with multiple floors and entryways. Whatever the size may be, it is important that the contents of these offices remain protected. Surveillance systems are an important component of protecting offices from theft, vandalism and work place violence. These environments are often set up perfectly for installing surveillance systems that can be easily upgraded as security needs change. Read More »
Restaurants experience a large number of patrons and employees coming through their doors each day. The security issues these businesses face are diverse, from slip and fall injuries to theft to “dine-and-dashers.” Restaurant owners can be faced with heavy monetary losses in false liability claims and theft. Surveillance systems can prevent these types of cases as well as help improve customer service. Read More »
Schools are supposed to be safe havens where our children go to learn and grow but in the wake of tragedies like Columbine and Newtown it is becoming clear that we must take steps to protect our schools. We are seeing more and more school officials installing surveillance systems in their schools to protect students and prevent crime from happening. While many public schools have limited financial resources, most would agree that money should not be an issue when dealing with student safety. There are many affordable systems that can be easily installed and maintained in schools. Read More »
Since the first shopping mall opened nearly a century ago, they have become beacons for people of all ages to congregate in a safe environment. However, in our increasingly dangerous world, malls have become targets for both violent and non-violent crimes. In recent years we have seen shopping malls become targets for terrorists and disturbed individuals making it clear just how important it is to secure our malls without disturbing the flow of customers. Read More »
Sporting events are known to get a little rowdy. The combination of alcohol and fanaticism often leads to violence, vandalism and damage to private property. Police and security officials have been grappling with just how to tackle these security issues during games. Many arenas have begun to embrace surveillance technology in their battle to prevent violence. Read More »
Taxi cabs can benefit from using surveillance systems in their vehicles and at overnight garages. The systems can be used to promote safety and reduce physical attacks on drivers and vandalism to the vehicle. Cab drivers are in a vulnerable position, especially when working late night shifts. They can become victims of random or targeted acts of violence. Passengers under the influence of alcohol often act unruly and disagreements over cab fare can escalate to violence. With the presence of security cameras placed in the back of the cab, passengers are more likely to be on their best behavior. If an act of violence does occur, surveillance footage can be used to identify the perpetrator and provide evidence for arrest. Read More »
Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
Now legal in some states, medical marijuana dispensaries represent a quickly expanding industry. Depending on the location and size of the facility, some medical marijuana dispensaries include a small retail storefront whereas others are large in size and maintain growing operations. Medical marijuana dispensaries must meet state rules in order to manage and do business. Strictly enforced state rules differ for each state but all have thing in common: all states permitting dispensaries require the facility manager to have a functioning video security system recording the dispensary at all times.Read More »