Hospitals, clinical centers, and health care facilities are places for patients to receive treatment and rest, and also recover from pain and sickness. Security should be as comprehensive, prompt, and nonintrusive as possible to maximize the comfort of the environment. Video surveillance systems with artifical intelligent engines provide watchful eyes with tirelessly high performance and real-time information to help the staff maintain the safety of all medical personnels and patients.

Restricted Area Protection


Hospitals have many restricted and staff-only areas that people may enter by accident.

AI NVR Solutions

Intrusion Detection: The user can set up ROIs and specific time periods (such as after visitor hours) to receive alerts when there is unwanted entrance in certain areas.

Face Recognition: For staff-only areas, only registered personnels (such as doctors and nurses) can enter. Once an unregistered face is detected, the alert will be sent immediately to the security staff.

Fire Detection: AI NVR Fire Detection can detect smoke and fire in different environments, including patient rooms, generator room, garbage room, etc. within 4 seconds, working in conjunction with smoke detectors to activate alarms and evacuate people in the shortest time possible.

Short Response Time of the Accident


Due to the high-stress environment, long work hours, and often a shortage of manpower, it can be difficult for hospital security and medical staff to monitor all locations in the facility at all times to provide assistance when an emergency or accident happens.

AI NVR Solutions

Abnormal Detection:  AI NVR can detect when a patient slips and falls down, crouches or hunches over for a long time so that the staff can provide timely assistance.

Face Recognition: To prevent elderly patients, such as those with dementia, from accidentally leaving the long-term care center without proper attendants, face recognition with age and gender detection can be applied to cameras at the entrances.

Face Search: Searching for and locating lost patients, including elderly ones, is possible within only a few seconds, minimizing the possibility of patients getting harmed.