Video Surveillance Technology
From HD and megapixel resolution to wireless systems, the world of video surveillance technology is growing and changing every day. This gives you the option to build flexible and custom surveillance systems designed for your site’s unique security needs. Camera options include outdoor and vandal-proof housings to protect cameras, night vision or thermal cameras for recording at night, and PTZ cameras to monitor large areas. In addition you have many software options to record, monitor, and analyze your surveillance videos so you can stay on top of any accidents, thefts, or suspicious activity.
Security cameras come in a wide variety of form factors so there is a camera for every security need. While building a surveillance system you can choose which type best meets your needs, so you can get the video quality and safety you want.
Sturdy outdoor and vandal-proof cameras are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, snow and rain, and even attempts to tamper or damage the camera. Night vision and thermal cameras make it possible to record video at night when sunlight or overhead lights aren’t available, while megapixel cameras give you large detailed videos.
Wireless Video Surveillance
Easily network your cameras and stream live video over long distances with a wireless video surveillance system, designed to work with multiple buildings far apart from each other. Wireless systems use special equipment to relay information, giving your system improved flexibility.
From HD and megapixel recording for clear, detailed images to nighttime and thermal recording to improve security at night, security cameras come with a wide range of features.
Video Surveillance Apps
Smart phone and tablet apps make it easy to stay connected to your surveillance system while you’re away from your business or home. These apps allow you to view live or recorded videos, manage camera settings, and send you alarms if the system is tampered with or vandalized.
Software Features & Technology
The video management software is an essential part of any surveillance system. VMS software allows you to manage camera and recording settings, view multiple camera feeds, and set alerts for tampering and motion detection.
Video management software can also review and analyze your recorded video, giving you important information. These analytics include retail software that tracks customer movements, well designed stores and motion detection searches for suspicious people who came on your property during the night.