On the cutting edge of security technology, video surveillance is often an essential part of a business’s security solution. There are two major types of video surveillance:
Analog CCTV is the traditional video method, capturing security footage on an analog signal and transmitting it to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR). The signal is converted to digital footage, and compressed and stored on a hard drive. Analog video surveillance is highly customizable and can work in a variety of environments. Typically, analog cameras cover distances up to 150 feet.
HD Megapixel Solutions are a major technological advancement, offering real-time videos with a high level of clarity and detail. Utilizing IP-based streaming, high-performance digital videos are stored on a Network Video Recorder (NVR), which can be accessed remotely.