Security at a fast food restaurant

Video surveillance systems in fast food restaurants must meet challenging requirements. This calls for robust components. Following a consultation with a specialist installer, it soon became clear that a user-friendly, extendable system was needed. The Kochlöffel shop in Landsberg am Lech was then fitted with professional video surveillance technology from ABUS. The cameras installed monitor the waiting area and cash desk, to safeguard against shoplifting, robbery and vandalism.

Fact sheet

Application area: Hotel and Gastronomy
Object: Kochlöffel fast food restaurant
Location: Landsberg am Lech, Germany
Project time frame: February 2010
Project goal: Protection against theft, robbery and vandalism

Challenge and solution

Clear identification of perpetrators allows prosecutions at a later stage

  • Use of two accident-prevention-certified ABUS vario dome cameras
  • 550 TV lines deliver optimal image quality
  • Recording of video signals using state-of-the-art MJPEG format

Remote access to video data from the office and from home

  • Use of an all-in-one recorder with an ethernet network connection
  • Integration of recorder into the local network of the Kochlöffel store
  • DynDNS account updates the IP address, which changes daily
  • This means that remote computerised or web-based access is possible at any time

Professional technology that also optimises cost-effectiveness

  • Hard disk drives that are optimised for digital video surveillance systems guarantee reliability for round-the-clock use
  • Use of easy-to-operate components from ABUS Security-Center

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