Closed Circuit System (CCTV)
Modern CCTV cameras have the capability to track, identify, and group specific objects within one’s particular line of view. Secure Access and Surveillance, LLC is dedicated to providing the latest in video and audio verification services. These services are integrated into the alarm system to provide an added layer of security and to help prevent potentially costly false alarms. Having a CCTV-Closed Circuit System in your business will increase employee productivity while giving business owners relief in knowing that their facility is constantly under surveillance. SAS provides the design and installation of all recommended solutions and guarantees your satisfaction.
Retention, storage and preservation
Digital Video Recorders (DVR’s) provide storage for images and videos recorded on CCTV Analog Systems. IP cameras on the other hand store their images and videos on a server, which is placed either within the facility or offsite.
Data that is stored may be retained, or erased based on the needs and rules of each facility or enterprise. Storing these videos for a specified period of time can be useful in the occurrence of a particular event that may have taken place and needs further investigation or examination. Images may be monitored remotely when the computer is connected to a network.
Network Video Recorders (NVR’s) are digital recorders that utilize storage devices such as memory cards, disk drives, USB drives and other storage devices. NVR software is generally run on a dedicated device that usually contains an embedded operating system. The input on NVR’s is extended from a network and their videos are encoded and processed at the camera site, and videos are then carried over to the NVR to be stored or reviewed. IP video systems utilize Network Video Recorders.
When used in home installations, NVR’s provide for a simplified installation process and allow for web access while giving users access to email notification when Alarms have been activated.
IP or Internet Protocol Cameras use digital mode to send video out across data networks. IP also has the ability to be broadcast through the Internet if chosen. This allows users the capability of viewing their cameras via any Internet or Web connection whether desktop or cell phone based. If this option is not permitted due to the security status of the facility, IP video is then confined to a private or personal network, which can then be recorded to a remote server or local NVR. Similar to IP cameras, Integrated systems allow users the ability to remotely connect via the Internet in order to view what their cameras are seeing. This can be very effective in crime and burglary prevention.
Wireless Security Cameras
Wireless cameras provide a cost effective and simple approach to surveillance for the home or small office. These modern cameras utilize digital technology, which provides a secure signal with a clean and sharp video feed. Wireless cameras do not have a need for a video cable to transmit video signals. All they require is a cable that provides power. For a sophisticated yet simple form of surveillance, Wireless Cameras are the perfect life safety solution.
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