Archive for the ‘IP CCTV’ Category

What sets Avigilon apart from other HD IP CCTV systems.

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Avigilon first came to the attention of UK installers around 3 years ago when the quality of their products were displayed at IFSEC. It was then that the JPEG 2000 format and their 16 megapixel camera was able to demonstrate what HD could really do for the end user. Since then Avigilon have introduced a number of  H.264 cameras and at the same time they have been building a network… Continue reading

IP CCTV Maintaining a secure commercial network

Monday, March 12th, 2012

IP CCTV – Commercial Information Security

IP CCTV is often referred to as IP surveillance and is a network of security cameras linked by a single network. This allows the user to view all areas of their commercial or residential property; whilst retaining network security. Not only can you view the different areas of the property on site, you will also be able to view them on an internet connection… Continue reading

cheap IP cameras from ACTi

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

ACTi corporation have eblasted customers and press alike with what seems like an excellent offer for the purchase of cheap IP cameras. The Eblast has listed several models that are now being offered at up to 75% off. The question though we have to ask is why? We understand that ACTi may have an excess of stock. What has caused this excess? It is being… Continue reading

IPCCTV v HDCCTV who will take the UK market share?

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Many years ago it was suggested that HD images could be transmitted over an IP network and reviewed and recorded using a PC. When this was first suggested and prototype cameras and NVRs produced so the marketeers could do their stuff, many CCTV professionals found this idea laughable. Most CCTV companies ignored the technology citing the fact that a company IT network would be… Continue reading

VideoIQ iCVR edge recording solution

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

VideoIQ have claimed they have a unique product that can fulfil a niche in the IP video marketplace that as yet no one else has attempted. In effect they have managed to create analytics on a megapixel camera and use edge technology to achieve a simply better surveillance solution. A bold claim, but does it work and can the new technology really live up to the claim? As part of… Continue reading