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Today’s IP video surveillance systems can be used in a wide variety of applications. Here are some best practices end users have found that make the most of their security technology investments.
From cameras to viewing solutions and video management systems, Pelco has an IP video solution to suit your application.
Utility companies use video to perform daily operations, but cannot rely on it alone to provide reliable intrusion detection. The PIRAMID XL2 provides reliable security with the lowest nuisance alarm rate possible.
Analog cameras provide a "good enough" image and they still have a lot of life left in them, but the video surveillance market is migrating to IP video. Learn how you can experience IP video technology without having to purchase all new IP video cameras.
Investing thousands of dollars in a video management system only to have it fail when you need it most won’t happen with a program such as Video Insight’s Customer Assurance Plan (CAP).
Learn how video image fire detection improves ROI.
It is important for companies to have a disaster plan with roles, responsibilities, teams and procedures in case of an emergency.
It is important for a company to have a monitoring partner who provides support and keeps ahead of the industry.
STI has multiple wireless products that can help alert business or home owners to driveway or parking lot entry, open emergency door, open pool gate, movement of a fire extinguisher, delivery of mail and open garage door.
Easy Lobby has software for visitor sign-ins and badges that makes the process more professional and secure for the visitor and the organization.
Intransa has a product called VideoAppliance, which serves as a surveillance system with a modular configuration of server and storage hardware.
Milestone Systems is offering Edge Storage, which is a safeguard feature for XProtect Corporate.
Each year, companies invest millions in data-capture and tracking technology designed to help deter and prevent theft, improve operational efficiencies, mitigate risk, and increase profitability. Unfortunately, the large majority of this information goes unleveraged.