Posts Tagged ‘CCTV Camera’

External security systems.Perimeter protection

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

External security has been on the rise for the last 25 years. A discipline that was previously only seen in high security and military installations is now common place. Used in garages, compounds, garden centres, quarries and so on,everyone wants to know before an intruder can do any damage.

So what is the best detection device? Well, a mixture of different technologies can work. PIRs external fixed beams and… Continue reading

Thermal CCTV – trust us, THE next big thing!

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Thermal CCTV is here! Much has been discussed about it  in our Industry…….but what is it really all about and how does it help?

Thermal CCTV

Imagine an environment where normal cameras are really unlikely to pick up meaningful information – maybe a harbour or port where water, at night, is just a black wobbly… Continue reading

CCTV installation,before Xmas,lets wait and see

Friday, November 26th, 2010

CCTV for Xmas?


How things turn around. For the last 18 months the CCTV security industry has been eerily quiet. The reasons are obvious. The recession has driven many areas of business to cut back and one of the casualties of this has been the security budget. A make do situation arose where by end users were happy to cancel service agreements and ignore faults that would have… Continue reading

TCO of an IP Surveillance system. The burning question!

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Analogue CCTV v IP camera solutions

An acquaintance  of mine is responsible for building very large hotels from the ground up to the handing over the finished building. Nice work if you can get it! Being a very astute kind of fellow he phoned me up for some advice regarding the security aspect of his newest project. The question he asked was one that is being put to many… Continue reading

Panasonic IP video

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Panasonic i-Pro smart HD.

Panasonic have recently unveiled a new division within its organization called PSNE or if you prefer the full version, Panasonic System Networks Europe. The new division formed in January of this year (2010) and is seen by many forward thinking in the CCTV industry as a very clever move.

Quite simply Panasonic have realized that CCTV as we know it today will look very… Continue reading