Posts Tagged ‘CCTV systems’

IP CCTV – the true cost?

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

IP CCTV – it’s not just about the cost, it’s about the total cost of ownership

Calculating the “Total Cost of Ownership” (TCO) of an IP CCTV system can highlight its true worth to the end user. Despite an initial greater capital outlay on the cameras, compared to their analogue equivalents, an IP CCTV system will more than pay back the difference in the long run.
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False alarm! A CCTV monitoring company’s biggest nightmare

Monday, January 31st, 2011

False alarm! Another one….. its not just fire alarms, smoke detectors and intruder systems that cause problems. CCTV systems have problems to and its something that CCTV monitoring companies are desperately trying to reduce. It is quite frankly the weakest point of any remote monitoring system and as more and more CCTV systems are remotely monitored then the False alarm situation becomes a bigger and bigger headache. Just like a… Continue reading

CCTV systems for home installation.

Friday, January 28th, 2011

CCTV systems, sales grow on-line.

CCTV systems for domestic installations are becoming more and more popular as people realize the added security it can bring to your home. DIY CCTV solutions are now popping up everywhere and no more so than in the UK. Gone are the days when CCTV installations are done exclusively by security professionals. Now because of clever design and good information anyone… Continue reading

Two types of service engineer

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

It has long been debated!!! Who is the most hard working ? The early starter ? or the late finisher? …Well lets break it down and find the answer. The early starter is obviously keen. They have to be! No one in their right mind gets out of a warm bed and makes their way to work early …do they?……….. Well yes! They are the people who hate being late… Continue reading

Dual path IP signalling for CCTV

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Emizon.

Dual path IP signalling is a prerequisite now in all intruder alarm scenarios, for many years now insurers have insisted on it and it is one of the most important security measures employed within the industry. Also one that gives early warning of a potential break in and is crucial in limiting losses… Continue reading