Modern Security Survellance systems record video and store it as data on a recorder. Recorded content can be indexed, searched and backed up to a USB or CD/DVD. Security cameras are connected to a Digital Video Recorder, and are routed to the Recording device by a system of cables. The transmitted video can be routed to display monitors, over a network to another device such as Laptops, Desktop PC's or Mobile Devices such as iPads, iPhones or android devices. All archived, or stored, video information is "stamped," meaning it is labeled to indicate what time and date it was recorded and which camera provided the video. This allows easier access to both real-time and archived security data.
Cameras can be controlled remotely, allowing the user to see their cameras in real-time from anywhere. Our systems have the capability to detect motion by monitoring the video data. The motion-detecting and event-stamping capabilities of such systems remove much of the monitoring and management involved in surveillance from personnel, allowing them to work more efficiently. The sophistication of surveillance security systems has progressed substantially in recent years, and these systems represent the 'Best-in-Class' solutions for security camera applications.