Video Surveillance

Video surveillance technology is moving from Analog CCTV to High-Definition, networked digital video. The Analog Systems are considered Hybrid Systems because they store the images digitally to a hard drive. Vandal-resistant cameras are specially designed for locations that may be subject to abuse, vandalism, or other rough treatment. We also offer Analog DVR Kits including 4 Channel DVR and IR Bullet and Dome Cameras. We offer comprehensive range of Internet Protocol (IP) Cameras with inbuilt digital sensor input & output system. Based on open IP standards, our network cameras connect to any kind of IP network, including the Internet, and enable remote viewing and recording from anywhere in the world. Additional features include Wide Dynamic Range for clear images in stark lighting conditions, and Power over Ethernet. They also provide advanced video analytics features, such as motion detection, audio detection and tampering alarm. Megapixel IP Cameras are suitable in really demanding situations where you need to be able to identify persons or objects in a scene. This could be point-of-sales (POS) monitoring where it is necessary to clearly see every item a customer is purchasing or situations where you need to be able to identify a face. License Plate Recognition is also applicable. Using a Megapixel IP Camera in all such cases will provide even higher resolution images with more details than a non-megapixel network camera. A Pan Tilt Zoom Camera is a closed-circuit television camera with remote directional and zoom control. It can rotate 360 degree, 180 degree tilt, Digital zooming and optical zooming. License Plate Recognition - can scan for number plates in a live video stream and classify the found number plate into the country of origin for parking purposes. Infrared cameras (IR) are sometimes referred to as IR cameras or "Night Vision Security Cameras" because of this. Infrared Cameras can capture acceptable video in total darkness and even better quality video in low light. A Network Video Recorder (NVR) is a software program that records video in a digital format to a disk drive. NVRs take video input over a network, as opposed to directly connecting to the NVR via a video capture card or tuner. The main distinction being that video on a DVR is encoded and processed at the DVR, while video on an NVR is encoded and processed at the camera, and streamed to the NVR for storage or remote viewing

Why Video surveillance ?
CCTV equipment can provide instant alerts when problematic trouble occurs, ensuring that crime against people, theft and vandalism are all substantially reduced and covered. And when crime does occur, CCTV system incident recording can provide valuable evidence, improving the likelihood of a conviction