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Matrix offers following products :

Multi-modal Biometric Access Control Systems

  1. Face Recognition Systems
  2. Finger Print Access Control Systems
  3. Time Attendance System
  4. IP65 Finger Print Access Control System

Automatic Number Plate Systems and Cameras

  1. ANPR Server
  2. ANPR Specific Cameras
  3. ANPR Accessories

Surveillance Equipment

  1. Cameras
  2. DVRs
  3. Audio Video Cards

Perimeter Intrusion Detection System

  1. IT Network
  2. Physical

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Role-Management_large-iconsPicture3Matrix Multi-Modal Access control uses biometrics (Face, Finger, Password, RFID and IRIS) to control doors within your facility based on time, authority and location. Your information, inventory, equipment, and employees will be much safer by controlling access with your choice of proximity/smart cards, biometric, digital credentials, or any combination of these.

There is no longer a need to re-key locks due to lost keys or employee termination.

Access control is available from one or two-door systems to scalable systems to incorporate as many doors as needed. All doors controlled with access control systems are configured electronic locking and unlocking hardware for your needs and the locking and unlocking is monitored using Time Attendance Software.

We offer several access control systems including Multi-modal Biometric Access Control Systems

 

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cctvMatrix IP surveillance (MIPS) system is for homes/organisations/companies who require seamless integration  and management of digital video, audio and data across any network IP or wired network :

Customise your system based on the needs

Freedom to upgrade or downgrade as it uses distributed
architecture, Choose between wireless, wired or both hardware in the system, Select from third party analytic or digital vendors, setup the network that suits best for you, leverage on existing infrastructure.

No boundaries and limitations

Our system can be configured to your needs, expand when
you need, add hundreds of cameras in to the system, one at
time or together, have multiple clients and system components
at various locations. MIPS can support camera up to 5000
cameras with multiple clients and servers.

Protected stream and Access privileges

MIPS uses advanced encryption technology for user access privileges at all times hence protecting your video, audio and data. IP access is through secure client connection.

Ergonomically designed user friendly system

Matrix believes in providing simple GUI, which will decrease the time or learning curve and reduce training costs. Adding new devices as it automatically recognizes and configures. Setup wizards and online discovery tools help configuring IP or wired network installation a breeze.

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Web Clients - Multi-streaming - Motion Detection - Video Analytics - Multi-casting - Matrix Virtualization - Fail-over and Redundancy - Event-Action Mechanism - Alarm Management.

 

Advantages of Surveillance Cameras :

CCTV is an incredibly useful tool for employers for a large variety of reasons. Some of these are fairly obvious - such as preventing thefts and other crimes, aiding the police and watching employees. However there are many aspects and elements that you may not have considered that make CCTV not just useful, but invaluable, and make it a system that every manager should employ. Bellow are just some of the extra hidden benefits of owning CCTV.

Protecting Employees - In many jobs your employees are vulnerable to physical or verbal attacks from the general public. In high pressure or stressful situations, it's not unusual that customers will lash out at a company representative. Knowing that they are being watched by CCTV however can minimise these cases and empower them to calmly deal with them. Furthermore, it can protect them against false allegations which can also be common depending on the nature of the business.

Preventing Crime - Of course CCTV can help you identify how a crime happened and to spot it in action, but it can also prevent it from occurring in the first place simply by them knowing they're being watched.

Preventing Employee Theft - Theft and crime doesn't just occur when customers or members of public pocket goods; a lot of the time it is employees themselves who are steeling from the business. Statistics and focus groups suggest that the reason for this isn't often need but rather opportunity. If your staff know that they're being watched it will make this far less likely.

Employee Satisfaction - However, should you be experiencing a fair amount of employee theft, it may suggest that your employees aren't happy with their work and that this is a way of 'lashing out' at the company. Watching CCTV can give you an idea of life in the shoes of employees which can help you to streamline the business and to ensure they enjoy their work.

Settling Disputes - Sometimes, if a customer has a complaint about your service, it can be hard to know who's in the wrong. Customers will regularly claim they've been short-changed or that they've been purposefully sold poor goods. Similarly they may try to claim that an accident that occurred on your premises was due to a breach in health and safety regulations. Unfortunately it's hard to identify the cases where this is true and the cases where it's fabricated. Even just mentioning that you have a record on CCTV however can make the con artists back down.

Placing Blame - If a serious mistake has been made, or something has been stolen, it may well be that a member of staff needs to be reprimanded or pointed in the right direction. If no employees don't own up to the mistake however then mistakes can be allowed to slide or the wrong member of staff can be penalised.

Keeping Records - CCTV also acts as an automated system for keeping records and can allow you to prove to clients and check yourself that their shipments were indeed deployed etc.

Inspiring Confidence - CCTV can also be useful for the customers themselves by creating a safe feeling environment. It can allow you to spot crimes against customers (particularly in bars etc) and even accidents on the work premises.

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Automatic Number Plate Recognition

Matrix ANPR uses optical character recognition (OCR) after the captured image is refined. The software captures and converts vehicle registration number in to a real time data for retrospective match from database for Vehicle Management - Parking, Law Enforcement and other databases.

Typical Applications:

Parking - the plate number is used to automatically enter pre-paid members and calculate parking fee for non-members (by comparing the exit and entry times). The optional driver face image can be used to prevent car hijacking

Access Control - a gate automatically opens for authorized members in a secured area, thus replacing or assisting the security guard. The events are logged on a database and could be used to search the history of events.

Tolling - the car number is used to calculate the travel fee in a toll-road, or used to double-check the ticket.

Border Control - the car number is registered in the entry or exits to the Country, and used to monitor the border crossings. It can short the border crossing turnaround time and cut short the typical long lines.

Stolen cars - a list of stolen cars or unpaid fines is used to alert on a passing 'hot' cars. The 'black list' can be updated in real time and provide immediate alarm to the police force. The VPRS system is deployed on the roadside, and performs a real-time match between the passing cars and the list. When a match is found a siren or display is activated and the police officer is notified with the detected car and the reasons for stopping the car. 

Enforcement - the plate number is used to produce a violation fine on speed or red-light systems the manual process of preparing a violation fine is replaced by an automated process which reduces the overhead and turnaround time. The fines can be viewed and paid on-line.

Traffic control - the vehicles can be directed to different lanes according to their entry permits (such as in University complex projects). The system effectively reduces traffic congestions and the number of attendants. 

Marketing Tool - the car plates may be used to compile a list of frequent visitors for marketing purposes, or to build traffic profile (such as the frequency of entry verses the hour or day).

Travel - A number of ANPR units installed in different locations in city routes and the passing vehicle plate numbers can be matched between the points. The average speed and travel time between these points can be calculated and presented in order to monitor municipal traffic loads. Additionally, the average speed may be used to issue a speeding ticket.


Some of the features of Matrix ANPR is listed below

Accurate Number Plate Detection

Matrix has chosen the best algorithm which reads License plates at high accuracy rates, probably best in the industry. It captures all the license plates in the field of view of the camera in any weather condition day or night.
 

Ease of Use

The user GUI is very user friendly, hence the learning curve to use the system is very fast. The reports can be customised and can be generated very easily.

Small Foot Print

The license plates occupy very less space and hence the matching algorithm is very fast and accurate. The images cannot be manipulated as the images are converted to binary format and stored in encrypted format.

Real Time Information with Remote Access

The system supports IP connectivity along with redundant TCP/IP and hence can be used in vehicles as a web client. As the images are very small, comparing it in the large database is very fast.

Auto Notification

The system automatically recognises the license plates of the surrounding vehicles and compares it with the database for the license plates of interest and immediately alerts to take action.

Installation

The system is very simple and can be installed very fast as the wiring is simple and straightforward and if IP technology is used there are no need for wiring it is extremely fast.

The IP based cameras we use are robust and the recognition rate is very high, this device offers advanced digital video with latest compression technology with auto adjustment of brightness and contrast based on the lighting conditions.

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Key Features :

  • Can be used for fixed or mobile application
  • Supports various international license plate formats
  • Single camera can be used for two lanes
  • Video Compression and Streaming is on camera
  • Plates can be captured up to vehicles traveling at 145kph

 


intrusion2Matrix Perimeter Intrusion Detection system is a powerful integrated solution built as a sophisticated digital processor with advanced analytical software.

It carries out the detection, early warning and prevention of intrusions by unauthorised entities into areas or vital sites of high security, secret, sensitive or private abode. Its sensing controller has an inbuilt artificial intelligence algorithm that caters for complete interference suppression by analyzing and distinguishing actual intrusions from global noises or false alarms such as rain, wind, hailstorms, small animals etc. 

The system include third party sensors, CCTV, DVR, relays, floodlights, alarms, data communication systems, and other third party elements.

Typical implementations include: event detection, perimeter detection, intrusion detection, and threat identification.
Event detection applications, often referred to as ‘bell ringer’ or ‘trip-wire’ events, cue the system to a general area. (Examples of events include gunshots or explosions.) These applications require very sensitive sensors with short reaction times and limited identification capability.

 

This video illustrates Perimeter Intrusion Detection

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Perimeter detection requires comprehensive coverage of a defined perimeter
Intrusion detection targets a specific area of defense within a well-defined area. Sensors used in these applications are typically highly sensitive, trading off FOR for sensitivity.
Threat identification sensors are often first cued by other sensors to a specific point. These devices offer high resolution capability, which is often achieved at the expense of speed, FOR, and/or sensitivity.

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