Modern security plans often necessitate the use of surveillance equipment. The original bullet camera was small and cylindrical in shape, resembling a bullet or lipstick tube. As the technology advanced, so did the size, but the name remained. This post outlines what that bullet camera is, the applications it is best for, and both the advantages and disadvantages the bullet camera offers.
Whether it is residential, commercial or institutional, security cameras are a required part of any complete security plan. A dome camera offers an ideal platform with the connectivity option and lens choices required for high def video. In this post, we take an in-depth look at one of the more popular styles of surveillance cameras, the dome camera.
License plate recognition (LPR), or capture, is a key component of most security camera systems. But there is more to license plate capture than installing a security camera.
Although wireless security cameras are easy to install, flexible and more portable, they are prone to hacking, interference and are less reliable than wired cameras. Though they have dropped in price, wireless may not be the best option for your business needs.
Selecting the right security cameras for your business is as essential as the system you choose. By understanding the different kinds of security cameras available in the market, companies can make an informed decision that fits their budget and property needs.
Do you know the difference between analog and IP security cameras? Understanding each component of your video surveillance system is essential when evaluating security systems. But choosing the recording equipment and security cameras can be a challenge.
1 Billion by 2021 - that’s the number of security cameras they are saying will be installed across the globe. So it’s not surprising that there are hundreds of security camera manufacturers on the market trying to get a piece of the pie. In the past few years, there have been many breakthroughs with image quality, cameras reaching 30MP resolution, and artificial intelligence, cameras being able to spot people, vehicles and distinguish between faces. This has all fueled the demand for more video surveillance, and we’ve seen many different manufacturers come into the industry.
Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7 is the latest and most advanced version of video management software from the security hardware and software manufacturer Avigilon. Based on AI-powered analytics, its main enhancement is how it draws users' attention to active camera feeds in live video monitoring with the new “focus of attention” feature. Here are three practical ways businesses can use ACC7.
Traditionally construction sites have relied on security guards to monitor and protect their sites. But how do you ensure that your security guard is “on the guard” when the moment of truth comes? Security cameras are a great alternative to security guards. Their technology-based security solution offers 90% more security for less than 50% of the cost of one security guard. Sounds like a great bargain, right?