Access your cameras from anywhere via smartphones, tablet or computers, allowing you to check on your property in real-time

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Confirm the identity of visitors before granting access, enhancing safety capture events, like deliveries for future reference

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Live analytics can instantly identify suspicious activities, like unauthorized access. Recorded analytics allow analysis of past events

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Implement robust access control measures to ensure that only authorized personnel can enter main entrance and designated areas.

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There is no one size fits all surveillance system


Detect, Observe, Recognize, and Identify, it is a classification system used in surveillance and security applications to describe the levels of detail that different video surveillance cameras can provide at various distances. This classification helps in selecting the appropriate camera for specific security needs.

Here’s a detailed explanation of each component: 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of surveillance cameras available, and how do they differ from each other in terms of functionality?

There are several types of surveillance cameras, including dome cameras, bullet cameras, PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) cameras, and covert cameras. They differ in design, features, and application. Dome cameras are discreet and suitable for indoor use, while bullet cameras are more conspicuous and often used outdoors. PTZ cameras offer remote control for panning, tilting, and zooming, providing greater coverage and flexibility.

How many surveillance cameras do I need for effective coverage of my property or business?

The number of cameras needed depends on various factors like the size of the area to be monitored, specific surveillance goals, blind spots, and critical areas needing coverage. A security professional can conduct a site survey to assess and recommend the optimal number of cameras.

How do I ensure the security and privacy of the footage captured by my surveillance cameras?

Ensure secure storage and access control for surveillance footage. Encrypting stored data, using secure passwords, and limiting access to authorized personnel can help safeguard the recorded content and protect privacy.

Can surveillance cameras be integrated with other security systems, such as alarms or access control systems?

Many surveillance systems can integrate with alarms, access control systems, and smart home devices. Integration enhances overall security by allowing cameras to trigger alarms or activate other security measures.

Can surveillance cameras record audio?

Some surveillance cameras come with built-in microphones to record audio. However, laws regarding audio recording vary by location, so it’s essential to understand and comply with local regulations before enabling audio recording.

Are wireless surveillance cameras as reliable as wired ones?

Wireless cameras offer convenience but may be susceptible to signal interference or connectivity issues. Wired cameras tend to be more reliable as they have a stable physical connection, but both types can be effective with proper installation and maintenance.

Are their privacy filters or features to protect sensitive areas from being recorded?

Some surveillance systems offer privacy masking or zone exclusion features, allowing users to block or exclude specific areas from being recorded to respect privacy, such as sensitive areas or neighboring properties.

Do surveillance cameras require an internet connection for operation?

Surveillance cameras can function locally without internet access, but remote monitoring, alerts, and some advanced features often require an internet connection for access via mobile devices or computers.

How much storage space is required for storing surveillance footage?

The storage space needed depends on factors such as camera resolution, frame rate, compression method, and the duration of footage retention. Higher resolution and longer retention periods require more storage space.

How will it look

While the functionality and performance of a surveillance system should always be a top priority considering aesthetics is important, especially in scenarios where the visual impact of the equipment is a concern. Balancing security needs with aesthetics can result in a surveillance system that is both effective and visually appealing.
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