A CCTV security camera can be remotely operated from a control room. A security camera will detect an intruder when the viewer senses movement, by verifying if an alarm signal is real, and by monitoring constant surveillance areas. Various types of cameras may be used to capture video footage under varying lighting conditions. Some cameras are designed to be stationary and provide fixed views. Others can be remotely positioned by an operator to provide a specific view, using pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) controls. Video footage from multiple cameras can be recorded on digital storage devices for investigative purposes or displayed live through a management system by an operator, to enable a quick assessment and response. The main benefits of CCTV for businesses are that it enables a single operator to view and manage a single or multiple sites from a central location. Law enforcement officials can also use the records as evidence.
Digital video takes CCTV into an IT environment, enabling the system to function over LAN, WAN or Broadband (Internet), providing remote vision of the location and enhancing surveillance capabilities this has become a very popular security solution for business owners. Providing the business owner with piece of mind that their business is secure. There are many reasons why a business owner might want to install CCTV. Whether it’s to capture shoplifters red-handed or to combat the increasing theft by internal staff or simply to provide a business owner with more freedom and peace of mind that their business is secure.
We specialise in providing CCTV systems, which meet the requirements of a variety of property types, such as schools and colleges, sporting grounds, pubs and clubs, retail premises, offices, factories, industrial & construction sites.
CCTV can be simple or complex, we can help you identify your needs and work to your budget so call us to arrange an obligation free site inspection today.