Safer Schools with K-12 Cloud Video Surveillance Solution Using Hikvision + Eagle Eye Networks
Hikvision cameras now integrate with Eagle Eye Networks—the No. 1 worldwide provider in cloud surveillance—to deliver an affordable, scalable and cyber-secure cloud video surveillance solution for K-12 campuses.
Educational leaders are tasked with addressing new issues to safeguard student, staff and visitor health and safety. Many school campuses face challenges with video surveillance systems, including high operation costs, meeting state surveillance requirements for Special Education classrooms, and difficulty sharing video records with authorized users and third parties.
The partnership between Hikvision and Eagle Eye Networks (EEN) results in a seamless cloud video solution that overcomes these challenges to provide:
- All the benefits of the cloud: Scalability, flexibility and cybersecurity at a flexible price point
- A customizable solution for schools
- Compliance with state requirements for increased video retention in Special Education classrooms
Using Hikvision thermographic cameras with EEN cloud services means streamlined security with the added benefit of mitigating risk by evaluating skin-surface temperature of faculty, students, and visitors.
Download a copy of the flyer to learn more about the Hikvision and EEN partnership to provide comprehensive cloud video surveillance to schools: “Hikvision + Eagle Eye Solution: Protect the health and safety of your campus.” Contact your Hikvision sales representative for more information.
Hikvision Highly Accurate Thermographic Cameras and Terminals (HAT Cameras and Terminals) are not FDA-cleared or approved. The HAT Cameras and Terminals shall not be solely or primarily used as an effective diagnostic device for COVID-19. Elevated body temperature should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods (e.g., an NCIT or clinical grade contact thermometer). Users, through their experience with the Hikvision HAT Cameras and Terminals in the particular environment of use, should determine the significance of any fever or elevated temperature based on the skin telethermographic temperature measurement. Visible thermal patterns are only intended for locating the points from which to extract the thermal measurement.
To ensure the accuracy of the human skin-surface temperature measurement, the technology shall be used to measure only one subject’s temperature at a time and shall not be used to measure multiple individuals’ temperatures simultaneously.