Surveillance systems not only offer prevention to criminal activity, but they also give your customers and employees a sense of security.
Analog surveillance systems offer a wide variety of cameras and Digial Video Recorders (DVRs) fulfulling a range of requirements. One may log into a DVR via a network connection and remotely view live and prerecorded events. Analog systems are an efficent and fairly cost effective way to implement basic surveillance anywhere.
Network systems add flexibility and higher resolution to surveillance systems. Network cameras offer high resolution video with the ability to log into the cameras individually for live viewing. Network systems use either a Network Video Recorder (NVR) or a computer with software to record events. NVRs can also be logged into for viewing live and recorded material. More complex systems can be set up using wireless networks for remote cameras and Remote Tactical Observation (RTO) for use of law enforcements.
A 'middle of the road' solution may be designed by integrating analog and network cameras into a hybrid solution. Hybrid Digital Recorders (HDRs) and software exist that make this integration easy and seamless.
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