CCTV cameras are an extremely effective tool for analyzing potential threats and recording activity. They’re affordable, effective and offer an excellent layer of security protection across a variety of industries and locations. Continuously changing technology results in feature refinements resulting in improved performance in areas such as data storage, wireless communications, automated image analysis, and component miniaturization. When correctly designed, specified, installed and maintained, a CCTV system is a critical component of your overall security plan. Our cameras are high resolution, motion activated, weather resistant, covert and have night vision.
While cameras are the mainstay of our business, we offer several products and services to resolve your security and automation needs including:
An Internet Protocol camera, or IP camera, is a type of digital video camera commonly employed for surveillance, and which, unlike analog closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, can send and receive data via a computer network and the Internet. Although most cameras that do this are webcams, the term IP camera or netcam is usually applied only to those used for surveillance that can be directly accessed over a network connection.
Unlike IP cameras, Analog cameras turn the video signal into a format that can be received by a television or other receiver such as a VCR or monitor. For more information about the difference between IP and Analog, please refer to our FAQ page.
Covert cameras, in essence, are a means of offering surveillance of an undetected or more discreet nature.
Electronic access control is a security solution that gives you detailed control over the physical security of your business. Electronic access control systems allow you to restrict access to your facility based on guidelines you define. Limitations can be set on who, where and when. Basically, which user has access to which doors and at what times. Most electronic access control systems offer an audit trail which shows every time the door was accessed, or access was denied, and by whom. These reports can give you detailed information about who has accessed, or tried to access, your facility and when. Electronic access control systems can be placed on one door or many doors over multiple facilities. The same credentials can be used for each door or additional credentials can be required for especially sensitive areas.
SMART home technology uses devices connected to the internet to automate and monitor in-home systems. It stands for Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology. SMART home technology allows users to control and monitor their connected home devices from SMART home apps, smartphones, or other networked devices. Users can remotely control connected home systems whether they are home or away. This allows for more efficient energy and electric use as well as ensuring your home is secure.
Whole House Audio (distributed audio) systems are audio systems that allow for playback and often control of music throughout an entire home or building.
- Home Theatre
- Paging and Intercom