Posts Tagged ‘IP video’

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.
It is probably… Continue reading

Dedicated Micros Closed IPTV

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Dedicated Micros IP CCTV solution.

Dedicated Micros are currently launching their new IPTV concept to the CCTV community with a series of roadshows across the UK. Their ground breaking solution called Closed IPTV is designed to make an IP video system safe and secure as well as simplistic to configure.

Individual port configuration.

In essence, each individual network port has its own IP connection and firewall thus… Continue reading

LILIN PDR-6000 series DVR

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

LILIN PDR-6000 series.

LILIN have been been part of the CCTV community for 30 years or so now and are one of the worlds largest manufacturers of CCTV equipment. They boast an extensive range of PTZ dome cameras, NVRs DVRs, External IR cameras and vandal resistant products.

They are now moving forward into the world of IP video and have been developing their new IP camera range for the… Continue reading

Integrated Security SSPI

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Complete system solutions for access control and CCTV More customers than ever around the world rely on Integrated Security systems to handle the full spectrum of today’s access control and CCTV needs. Customers know that their systems need to be more secure, convenient and dependable. That’s why they have turned to SSPI (security systems partially integrated) also fully integrated security and advanced system solutions to meet their access management and… Continue reading

CCTV engineer. What is your future?

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

CCTV engineers are you listening?

CCTV engineers,  luddites! Harsh perhaps, but in our experience it is the CCTV engineers within the security industry who least like change. Over the years they have seen little change to how their basic job works. Yes regulation means they have had to embrace a few tweaks to the standards and to be fair most engineers are happy to take these on board, but… Continue reading