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1 (ADAT) Automatic Detection and Tracking or (IVS) Intelligent Video SolutionsWhy should you use our Intelligent ADAT / IVS Automatic Detection and Tracking Solutions? Our ADAT / IVS Solutions analyze the raw video before any compression is made to achieve the highest level of accuracy and finest level of detection. Laboratory testing and comparison studies with 50 days of input video have proven 100% POD (Probability of Detection) and a FAR (False alarm rate of 1 false alarm per 2 days. The next best system in test achieved a POD of 96% and a FAR of 4 per day.
2 CCTV NecessitiesMany Necessities for your CCTV installation can be found here, ranging from Audio pick-up boards, cable and connectors to CCTV power supplies, Twisted Pair Video Baluns and Ground Loop Isolators etc...
3 CCTV Surveillance CamerasCCTV surveillance cameras are becoming more popular and, most importantly, more accessible to the average person. They are available for your home and office needs, no matter how simple or how elaborate a setup you require. There is a CCTV surveillance camera to do the job.
4 CCTV Installation ToolsCCTV Installation Tools are required when installing CCTV surveillance systems as they do the correct job the first time. Fumbling with cables and connectors using plyers will only lead to frustration and very poor image quality if there is even a picture at all. They range from compression style connector crimpers to 5.6" service monitors so you can easily set up each camera without having to make too many trips up and down ladders, no one needs a fall !
5 CCTV Recording SoftwareCCTV Recording Software is usually loaded on a PC based CCTV NVR. The CCTV Recording Software manages and controlls all operations of the cameras on the network, from motion detection to alarm control. Each software suite is different from one manufaturer / designer to the next, careful layout and design of your CCTV surveilance system tell you which type you will require for your application.
6 H.264 CCTV (DVR / NVR) Digital / Network RecordersH.264 CCTV (DVR / NVR) Digital / Network Recorders are the very heart of every CCTV surveillance system, they come in PC based and Embedded units, most are analog based which take a analog signal from the camera and turn it into a digital signal. Our H.264 Next Gen. technology based DVRs are a Hybrid which means they can connect to both analog and H.264 IP equipment, our H.264 cameras and H.264 IP encoders. The H.264 DVR systems are our flagship powerhouse surveillance recorders.
7 H.264 IP Encoders / Video ServersH.264 IP Encoders / Video Servers are used to connect new or existing analog cameras whether they are fixed / stationairy or PTZ - Pan Tilt Zoom cameras and convert their signals from analog to a digital signal to send it over LAN, WAN, wireless, cellular or sattelite connection. Our H.264 IP Encoders / Video Servers offer higher compression rates resulting in lower latency, less bandwidth and if your recording saving you 30-65% in HDD savings over our competition. A true leader sent over IP.
8 CCTV LensesCCTV Lenses are the next most important thing to the camera, with the correct CCTV Lenses you will get crisp clear images day or night in every application you may encounter. CCTV Lenses come in a wide variety so you may choose the correct CCTV Lenses based on each application customizing each CCTV camera to your needs.
9 CCTV MonitorsCCTV Monitors are another integral part of your surveillance system, without one you won't know what you’re looking at. CCTV Monitors range from Color CRT CCTV to VGA only LCD monitors.
10 Wireless CCTV Transmitters / ReceiversWireless CCTV Transmitters / Receivers come in a wide range of frequencies from 900Mhz -6.1GHz licensed and UN-Licensed bands for commercial and Government / Military uses. Wireless CCTV Transmitters / Receivers are an excellent choice when you are not able to run cabling to the areas you wish to monitor / record. It is recommended to get a signal analysis done to make sure there are no other strong signals in the area that might interfere with your Wireless CCTV surveillance system.
11 MOD-BOX - Modular UPS Power Systems and EnclosuresThe MOD-Box is the most cost effective modular expandable indoor/outdoor electronics enclosure solution!
The versatility and expandability of the MOD-Box allows most outdoor projects to be accommodated by a combination of MOD-Boxes and modular accessories. The MOD-Box is uniquely able to provide a clean environment appropriate to accommodate today’s multitude of environmentally sensitive electronics.
12 Prisoner Transport Video SystemsRuggedized, scalable, configurable and customizable Enterprise Class Mobile Video and Audio recording solution for law enforcement applications. The system scales from 1 to 16 channels of High Resolution Video with perfectly synchronized audio on every channel. Optional Professional Grade Microphones coupled with Noise Cancellation DSPs ensures prisoner conversations are recorded with evidence grade clarity.



CCTV surveillance systems used as a crime fighting and prevention tool

CCTV surveillance systems play an important role in fighting and preventing local and international crime. These closed circuit television systems were in place in London before the July 7th bombings and this footage is being used to identify suspects and investigate the attacks.

Besides fighting terrorism, CCTV security systems installed in public places or retail markets can deter crime, provide the police with leads, help citizens feel safer, and improve the economy of a crime-stricken area. Most CCTV systems have now gone digital for improved performance, surveillance camera manoeuvrability, and quicker feedback as compared to analog systems.

Implementing CCTV systems

Law enforcement or security professionals best support CCTV systems. These teams of professionals need to monitor the CCTV video evidence on a timely basis and they need to be properly trained in order to interpret suspicious behavior caught on the system. When all of these factors are in place, then the CCTV security system will be effective for keeping citizens and shoppers safe.

In the case of some municipalities or businesses not being able to afford all of the necessary components of a CCTV system, many CCTV providers can recommend a scalable approach so that priority security needs may be addressed first. Then, additional surveillance cameras can be purchased in succeeding years as the budget allows.

Digital CCTV systems and surveillance cameras

A modern digital CCTV security system consists of hardware and software components that collect and transmit vital surveillance camera information over fiber optic lines to control rooms staffed by security professionals and equipped with digital CCTV monitors. DVRs are capable of saving CCTV data to a PC for up to ten weeks of recording and some even feature motion detection technology, which means that the footage is only recorded when motion triggers the DVR system.

Digital surveillance cameras range in type from compact, fixed cameras to direction-controlled models that can see in the dark under various lighting conditions. CCTV decision-makers need to know what kind of job each surveillance camera must fulfill. Will it watch the flow of passer-by’s (fixed cameras) or will it need to monitor a crime-targeted area (dome cameras with PTZ functions)? These video security managers also need to consider weatherproofing their surveillance cameras if the cameras are mounted in an especially hot or cold climate, or if the viewing fields could be obscured by dirt or dust.

What kind of crimes do CCTV systems prevent?

Evidence has shown that CCTV systems mostly deter property crimes and robberies, but not more violent crimes such as rape and aggravated assault. CCTV systems may not catch these crimes because they may occur away from the surveillance cameras in more deserted areas. Fortunately in most situations, when a CCTV system is in place, criminals generally shy away from these monitored areas fearing prosecution since these recorded images can be used in court. As noted previously, in order for a CCTV system to be effective, the electronic system must be used in conjunction with human know-how and skills and it should be carefully integrated into existing security plans.

CCTV: Looking ahead

In the next few years, digital CCTV systems will evolve into wireless CCTV systems that employ GSM (global system for mobile communication) or 3G (third generation) connections. These wireless systems are completely portable and can deliver live images to a PC, an Internet phone, or a laptop. The cameras are tiny, but include many of the sophisticated features of full size digital CCTV cameras. CCTV customers are also seeking IP-based solutions with LAN/WAN delivery options despite some lags in the technology's image quality and frame rate.

"Make no mistake about it, the future is wireless," says Thomas M. Wade, president of Samsung CCTV. "We'll be pushing crime-related images to police cars in the future. Imagine an abduction or robbery in which the responding units are seeing the video and the suspects as they are rolling to the scene. It's all possible and it is the general direction of the industry." There is also talk of linking CCTV cameras together to form a worldwide network to prevent terrorism, but this international surveillance system would cost billions of dollars and would require extensive international cooperation.

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