Security Camera Solutions
When the decision is made to install a surveillance system, one must think about exactly what you’d like to achieve with the system and where the cameras will be located. Will it be pointing to a location with shadows and bright light? Will the camera be indoors or outdoors? Do you need to monitor a large area in one screen shot? Do you need to zoom in? Do you need exceptional image quality to clearly identify faces or license plates? Our experienced staff can assist with all these questions and develop a plan to fulfill all your surveillance needs. We address these questions and show possible solutions.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Sometimes video surveillance is desired in locations that include as many bright areas as areas in shadows. Critical footage can be compromised if the subject of importance is lost due to these shadows or from over exposed light areas. A common concern in warehouses, the solution is to use a camera with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR). They balance bright and dark areas so no footage is lost.
In cases of discreet monitoring, PTZ cameras can improve quality control across an array of vertical markets such as retail, banks, casinos and manufacturing. With optical zoom, collect detailed video and export as evidence of theft and other malicious activity. PTZ cameras are also ideal when monitoring a wider field of view. Ideal for for areas such as airports, parking lots, and loading docks, the PTZ has the capability to zoom in over a mile away.
Greater area of monitoring with fewer devices.
Outdoor extreme conditions. Day/night cameras