The GDPR provides strict protection for the privacy of people working in areas that are monitored by video cameras. These areas can be blacked out, or people moving around in the images can be pixelated to protect privacy.
Predefined screen sections are obscured (pixelated, masked)
Motion is pixelated
Viewing of the images only under 4-eyes principle
- Improve staff satisfaction
- Decoding of the image using the 4-eyes principle only
- Privacy compliant handling in in your operations
- Protection of personal rights
- Works council can have a say as to which image areas are to be obscured
Detect personal protective equipment
AI-trained software identifies known objects and the number that are present in video images. Detection is based on previously learnt object characteristics, which are taught in via a training process based on photos and videos.
Protect employee property by monitoring car parks
Full and permanent camera coverage of car parks provides court-enforceable video evidence of all kinds of incidents and helps to deter criminals before they act.
Data protection & security
If employees understand that their image data will be handled in a way that complies with data protection laws (with masking, dual-control passwords and logging of video views/exports), this creates a sense of trust and allows you to prove that you’re doing things properly without any protests.