When it comes to the security of your house, possessions, and family, you can’t be too careful. A surveillance system deters criminal activity; protecting your customers, family, and investment. We will set you up with installation and monitoring of the industries most comprehensive and technologically advanced home surveillance systems that keep your home, and everyone in it safe. Surveillance systems provide a wide range of video applications which allow you to monitor activities inside and around your property. You can even monitor your camera footage from your PC, tablet, or smartphone (iPhone or Android).
We will provide a complete safety assessment with you. The equipment we use is the best quality, and that’s what you Need!
About Surveillance Equipment
Analog technology is reaching the end of its lifecycle and soon will be a thing of the past. High-Definition (HD) cameras provide higher resolution images for enhanced playback and clearer identification of people and objects when zooming.
- Higher Resolution
- Future Proof
- Lower Cable Cost
- Secure Transmissions
- Infinite Distance
- System Integration
IP cameras are digital end to end, and use progressive scanning to make full use of camera imagers – providing up to 25% more resolution than analog cameras with similar imagers. IP is also available with Megapixel cameras, delivering super-high resolution images with up to 30 frames per second of real-time video.
Lower Cable Cost
Analog cameras can require up to three cables – video, audio, and power – for each and every camera. IP cameras can transmit all three (and more) on a single network cable. Even better – cable is less expensive, a single cable can handle 4-8 or more cameras, and network cable is probably already wired throughout your building. That results in significant savings – especially considering the cost of copper these days.
Like computer devices and programs, IP gear is easily updated for new capabilities and compatibility as technology advances. Switching out higher resolution cameras as technologies advance is also a lot easier, allowing better picture quality and detail as the need arises.
End-to-end encryption. Many IP video systems have the ability to encrypt your data to ensure your complete privacy, preventing hackers from getting their hands on your most critical data and video feeds.
IP video systems can easily team with your alarm systems. Many can also integrate with lighting, environmental and access controls for a virtual presence anywhere. And thanks to industry standards and alliances, IP video systems are increasingly compatible across manufacturers.
IP data travels exactly like computer data. Just as computers may communicate with each other from anywhere in the world via the Internet, a camera can be across the room or across the world and your recorder doesn’t care.
No longer do you need to buy an entirely new recorder just to add a few extra cameras in problem areas. With IP video, you can add additional licenses for the recording software to match how many cameras you need when you need them. This can save thousands in comparison to analog systems, which often require a new DVR to add even a single camera.