For adding a sensor, once you have logged in you can click on the sensor tab and then click on add new asset.
Here you will find the table to populate with the sensor details. These include the name you are giving the sensor, its location and other details such as the manufacturer and model. If you do not know all the details then you can put in TBC and add that information in later.
In the asset connections table, you can choose an attributed device such as a camera or server. You can then select the review frequency – weekly, monthly or quarterly – before saving the sensor. It will then appear in the asset table.
The process of adding a sensor should take very little time and once you have added it you will be underway with managing your CCTV system better. Having the information all in one place means that staff that may be responsible for the day-to-day administration in an organisation, and have to deal with camera installers or maintenance staff, can easily access the information they need to ensure that work is completed efficiently.
Don’t forget CCTV Logbook also provides organisations with the tools to meet the data compliance standards. The extra CCTV System Compliance feature of CCTV logbook takes you through a series of steps to help you become compliant in respect of data protection and privacy in relation to CCTV.