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Surveillance Cameras Solutions
CCTV technology has evolved exponentially—from simple video footage monitoring, to today’s intelligent systems that are capable of identifying abnormal events or behavior.
As intelligence increases in CCTV systems, so do technology applications. Surveillance technology can now be used to observe consumer behavior, to help organizations increase their revenue and profitability, and to monitor retail environments to reduce shrinkage.
The diagram shows that it is easy to save, search, edit and analyze video, using a PC. The networked cameras send digital image data through an IP network, where the video feed can also be monitored on a smartphone.
High-definition digital images are sharper and clearer than the lower resolution images typically produced by analog surveillance cameras. Digital video can be stored on a variety of media—PC hard drives, Network-Attached Storage (NAS) systems, and more. Digital images do not degrade, regardless of how long they are stored. Furthermore, they can be searched quickly, even if large volumes of data have been stored.
Utilize existing network infrastructure
For new installations, existing cabling can be incorporated to make network upgrades more cost effective. For example, existing coax cable can be reused to transport modern digital data.
To reuse coax cable, two MMC6006 Ethernet Extenders are used. The extenders are connected at either end of the cable, with one unit configured as a local device, and the other as a remote device. This enables surveillance cameras in remote locations, which may be hard to reach with new cabling, to connect over existing coax to the IP Ethernet network.
Access Control Solutions
Fingerprint access control
Biometric access control is a system that prevents intruders from accessing certain areas or resources by verifying them as unauthorized persons. … Access control biometric fingerprint readers scan a person and match his or her biometric data with what is previously stored in the database.
Facial Recognition Access Control. … Instead of a key card, systems provide a camera based-reader, that authorizes entry using the person’s face. All you have to do it walk up and look at the reader, it runs recognition, identifies the person and sends a signal to unlock or check in & OUT
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