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It’s described as a tool for users to have all the information about their CCTV system. An interface allows users to log the camera information initially and update it overtime. The online portal is aimed at those within an organisation that need to understand the CCTV system and the IT network it connects to. This includes small and medium-sized business owners, heads of security, IT managers and HR managers.
A compliance feature takes you through steps to help you become compliant with data protection and GDPR in relation to CCTV; as a tool for data controllers and compliance managers. If you have cameras on a site, CCTV Logbook provides a process to add those cameras in and ensure you are aware of the other devices and IT infrastructure that they are attached to – servers, sensors, switches and UPS devices – and so supports the smooth running of CCTV.
For each camera, and the other devices, you can see their location on your site, details such as the manufacturer, model and serial number and their date of installation and when the appliance will need to be reviewed. Users will be able to access appliance manuals; maintenance check review dates to ensure that image quality will not be compromised by dirt and records of previous work carried out and by whom which will be on the work log for each camera. It means that staff who are responsible for day-to-day administration of a business who will deal with camera installers or CCTV maintenance staff can access the information they need to see that work is completed, the product developer adds.
Aaron, pictured, and Worcestershire-based Ecl-ips plan to show CCTV Logbook at trade shows, including to installers who could offer CCTV Logbook to their clients.
CCTV Logbook will be going live in the first quarter of 2020. You can register interest and sign up to a free trial at https://cctvlogbook.com/.