Home and Office Security Surveillance

Our Network IP Camera is a stand-alone device which allows a user to view live full motion video from anywhere on a computer network, even over the Internet using a standard web-browser. It can connect to your Ethernet or wireless network. This IP camera acts like a computer on a network, allowing you to view its video feed from anywhere in your network or over the Internet.

You can monitor multiple cameras at multiple locations from one remote site. The digital picture quality is superior to analog. Recordings are highly compressed for easier storage.

Until very recently, video security and surveillance was accomplished using Closed Circuit Television or CCTV. This technology included analog cameras, coaxial cable and video tape recorders. Video security and surveillance started entering the digital age with the advent of CCD sensors which digitized image capture in the camera. However, transmission was still analog via coax to analog VCR's.

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The next step was the introduction of Digital Video Recorders (DVR's) connected directly to analog cameras, which made storing, searching and retrieving video much more efficient. PC's were then introduced for display of the images through a modem or network connection to the DVR.

The entire system has now been digitized with the introduction of Network Cameras incorporating on-board processors and web server software. These Network Cameras can be connected directly to existing IP networks, eliminating the need for separate and expensive coaxial cable networks. Images can be viewed and cameras managed from anywhere via a web browser, plus any hard disk on the network can be set up to record the video output.

Another significant technology called Video Servers, allow existing CCTV installations to gain the benefit of Network Video, while protecting investments in analog cameras. Video Servers connect to IP Networks and convert the signal from analog cameras to digital format. Like Network Cameras, Video Servers contain on-board processors and web server software that makes each camera IP addressable. Essentially, Video Servers turn CCTV cameras into IP Network Cameras.


Live Remote Monitoring

For a company with operations in geographically dispersed locations, monitoring multiple locations becomes easy and economical with IP cameras. The camera doesn't need to be connected to a PC. You can view the camera images from any place that has an Internet connection. All you need is a PC with access to the Internet to view all the activity live.

Motion Detection and Alarms

When IP cameras are used with motion detection software such as Security Monitor Pro or Webcam Monitor, you will be informed and alerted instantly when motion is detected. They trigger sound alarms, sends SMS and e-mail alerts when motion is detected, allow you to view cameras remotely, and much more.

Better View and Control

Some IP cameras have features like Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ). You can control the camera remotely, adjusting the focus, angle, and field of view without being actually present at the camera site. You can track and zoom to reveal more about the exact person, place or thing you are concerned about.Video security can be both a defence and a deterrent.

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