SiteBuilder is an innovative, easy to use camera layout planning tool that allows users to design a surveillance system that is customized to a specific site. Using Google maps, a topographic map of the site is loaded into the SiteBuilder tool enabling the user to virtually simulate camera performance and to determine the thermal imaging security camera layout needed to provide complete surveillance of an outdoor facility.
Clicking the camera button places an object on the map that appear either as a triangular field of view (fixed cameras) or a circular field of view (pan/tilt cameras). These objects accurately display the horizontal field of view and performance range of the cameras providing a an image of gaps in coverage. Both thermal and near IR technology cameras can be included in the design in order to ensure that the surveillance system will accomplish the detection and assessment tasks critical to 24/7 security.
Find your specific site in Google Maps using either Satellite or Map view.
Simulate camera coverage gaps based on your mounting criteria.
Fire or Object Detection
Visualize both security and fire detection coverage.
Save, share and print unlimited sites and site variations.
Change the sensor, mounting height, or field of view (FOV).
Draw virtual boundaries for future thermal security camera placement.
SiteBuilder is the easiest and most user-friendly camera planning tool available for designing a security camera layout. SiteBuilder allows you to use the incredibly accurate Google Maps™ database to place camera layouts on a map to match your unique site security needs. For more information or a quote, contact us today.
Security concerns may become more prevalent, and Opgal's high-end 24/7 all-weather thermal imaging solutions will continue to protect borders, airports, critical infrastructure, and perimeters, as they have always been for four decades.DOWNLOAD
Security concerns may become more prevalent, and Opgal's high-end 24/7 all-weather thermal imaging solutions will continue to protect borders, airports, critical infrastructure, and perimeters, as they have always been for four decades.Download