CCTV Camera Surveillance
As some may not quite believe, CCTV technology has been around since the 1940s, but later in the 1970s, it became a significant player in the security industry since its popularity. A CCTV camera is nothing but an analog video camera that sends out signals through coaxial cable to an isolated central location to record, monitor and conduct video analysis.
The camera surveillance technology has been successfully run and tested; now, there are a variety of CCTV security camera models for almost any surveillance application. While the modern trend is more towards IP network cameras, CCTV cameras are still quite extensively used as it offers a cost-effective answer to universal surveillance situations. The two main categories of CCTV cameras are fixed cameras and pan, zoom and tilt, models that can rotate horizontally and vertically to cover up more area.
Keeping a close in public or secured areas using CCTV has become quite common in many parts worldwide due to the various pleasant or unpleasant events. However, camera surveillance has generated a considerable amount of debate about harmonizing its uses with an individuals' right to privacy even when in public.
- In most cases, depending on the security company, analog cameras cost less than IP network cameras.
- It monitors activities of a specific space or vicinity
- It helps in decision making in case of disputes and mishaps
- It functions as an evidence system, as it records events 24/7
- It helps in keeping track of events and activities even when it has been months
We design, support, and install both analog and IP camera systems. We also provide IT services by request or work with your existing IT to ensure your network is secured during any IP installations.