Snow leaves Video Guard cold

10. February 2021

Robust camera towers withstand all types of weather

The onset of winter is currently dominating everyday life in many parts of Germany. Up to 40 centimetres of snow have fallen in the Münsterland region – but that doesn’t stop thieves and vandals from their criminal activities. Construction sites must therefore also be protected in bad weather – especially if work is canceled during the day. This is where Video Guard comes into play. Snow and sub-zero temperatures cannot harm the intelligent camera towers.

After the onset of winter, a state of emergency prevails in many regions of Germany. In some places, up to 40 centimetres of snow fell – plus drifts several meters high. While traffic is currently at a standstill in many places, Video Guard continues to operate reliably. The robust towers with the camera system can withstand even particularly high demands such as snow and low temperatures. They detect reliably at a distance of up to 80 meters, even under unfavourable conditions, and cover a monitoring range of up to 170 degrees. In poor visibility conditions, for example due to snow or rain, as well as in complete darkness, the high-resolution ultra-lowlight cameras and coordinated infrared spotlights ensure high-quality images. In addition, the system continues to work reliably and fully functional even in the event of a power failure thanks to the integrated emergency power supply. This means that thieves and vandals don’t stand a chance even in the depths of winter.

Video Guard in Bremen's Überseestadt district
Video Guard is also fully functional in winter. This means that snow and sub-zero temperatures cannot harm the robust camera system.