ACTi seaport solutions are designed to solve both security and operation related challenges, including conflicts, smuggling, crimes, passenger flow and employee efficiency. ACTi incorporates in-house developed cameras, analytics, and servers for complete and stable solutions.

ACTi offers an end-to-end IP video surveillance solution for two different scopes of seaport:

  1. Passenger-based harbour
  2. Cargo-based harbour

The security or business management related challenges and solution requirements vary for each seaport type. The major security related challenges include conflicts, smuggling, international crimes, and illegal immigration, while the business related challenges include queue management, passenger flow and employee efficiency.

ACTi's end-to-end seaport surveillance solution consists of IP cameras, video management system, video analytics, access control, alarm system and much more.

All Management Types
Business Intelligence
Operation Management
Security Management

Access Control

High-accuracy face identification can be used for an additional layer of security to the ID card. Upon identity mismatch, the system denies access and sends a video notification.

Access Notification to VMS

Be notified about access control events on the screen of the video management system for convenient reference purposes.

Alarm Verification

Verify the alarms instantly using video evidence to avoid wrong and costly decisions.

Crime Reporting with Evidence

Collect and provide evidence of the crimes to the law enforcement or insurance company.

Digital Signage

Show predefined digital content on the public monitors with customized layout, based on predefined schedule or event rules.

Identity Fraud Investigation

Verify the suspicious use of access credentials by using the video management system.

Incident Management

Manage all customer, visitor, employee and equipment related incidents with automated detection and handling.

Intercom Service

Interact with other individuals by local voice-based communication system.

Large Facility Monitoring

Monitor a large facility using a video management system with hundreds of video channels.

Large Perimeter Surveillance

Detect any intrusion in the large perimeter area.

Lost Item Search

Search for the lost items in claimed place and time using video surveillance system.

Obstruction Detection

Alert when an object, such as shopping cart, is blocking the path for vehicles or people.

On-the-Go Surveillance

Monitor the views from surveillance cameras using a mobile device while walking around the premises, in order to respond to incidents instantly.

Real-time Suspect Tracking

Track the suspect seamlessly by switching between video channels using transparent video overlay buttons in video management system.

Safety Assurance

Ensure safety of people using video surveillance system.

Surveillance System Tampering Detection

Detect any attempts to tamper with surveillance system equipment and alert instantly.

Suspect Post Search

Find the suspect automatically from the video recordings using face recognition technology.

Tailing Detection

Detect tailing at the entrance of restricted area by comparing the detected heat count with number of presented access credentials.

Unauthorized Access Detection

Detect the intrusion attempts using video analytics and notify the security personnel.

Video Evidence Push to NVR by Mobile Phone

Use the built-in camera of the mobile phone to stream the video evidence of the incident to NVR.

Absent Clerk Detection

Detect the absence of the check-out employee and alert when customer is waiting to check out.

Automatic Container Text Capturing

Detect the text on shipping containers automatically in order to identify them for management or tracking purposes.

Parking Lot Access Control for Permitted Vehicles

Manage the non-payment parking lot access to ensure that only approved vehicles could park there by using the ALPR based gate control.

Digital Signage Attractiveness Analysis

Evaluate the attractiveness of digital signage by analyzing the audience faces watching it.