Video Surveillance Cameras
Video surveillance cameras are evolving rapidly in a digital world.
In fact, few other areas of security management have advanced as quickly. Traditionally, video surveillance meant simply capturing video footage on analog cameras and storing it for future use. A more efficient strategy is to connect your analog cameras to DVRs (digital video recorders) and encoders so that video can be viewed over your personal computer, or from the Radius Security video monitoring centre. Or, to go a step further, you can install direct digital IP cameras for your video surveillance system.
Broadly speaking, there are analog cameras and IP cameras. Analog cameras generate a video signal that can be viewed on a CCTV, video cassette recorder or monitor. IP-based cameras, meanwhile, use a specialized encoder to digitize the video signal. This allows the video to be viewed on your existing computer network or any web browser connected to the Internet.
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