Features and Benefits
video is a proven technology that can be put to use in an extremely
broad variety of different circumstances. Applications span from
complex security solutions that make use of alarm information
and video motion detection, to the smallest system used for remotely
monitoring a sensitive area like a corner shop cash register.
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You can access real-time video at any time from any computer anywhere.
The video can be stored at remote locations for convenience and
security, and the information can be carried over the LAN or Internet.
This means that even companies with small, far-flung operations
can make effective use of an IP surveillance solution for security
or remote monitoring purposes.
In a number of ways, network video is highly cost-effective: the
existing cable infrastructure can be used, so start up costs are
low. Similarly, the slim network-run equipment keeps maintenance
costs low. In a network video solution, there is simply less equipment
to maintain than in a traditional analog system, fewer parts that
can wear out over time. Images are stored on computer hard disks,
which is a neater, cheaper solution than VCR and tapes.
There are almost no limitations as to where you can place cameras.
They are not tied to physical inputs or frame grabbers and you
can connect the product to a LAN, xDSL, modem, wireless adapter
or cell phone. Basically wherever you can receive a phone call
on your cell phone, you can receive images from a video
A network video solution can be expanded by simply adding cameras
one by one, and quickly; on average it only takes a few minutes
to get the product out of the box, connected and start sending
images over the network.
Reliable business indicators predict that digital technology is
set to become the future norm. Since
network products make use of this technology, you will get long
term benefits from the investments you make today.