CCTV Systems: Security Cameras and Video Surveillance
Many security problems that occur at home, business, government facilities or any other place, when no one is watching. Security Cameras and Video Surveillance services from Vertex Security assure monitoring around the clock and from all angles to keep an open eye on places you value, even when you are away.
Security Cameras and Video Surveillance systems, known as closed-circuit television (CCTV), consist of a camera, digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR), and monitor. Vertex Security offers a large variety of high-quality equipment to bring you cutting-edge solutions.
CCTV system is a popular form of surveillance that uses video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific destination on a limited set of monitors in a closed network. Banks, airports, industrial plants, military installations, and convenience stores commonly use cameras and video Surveillance system, which can operate continuously or can be activated to monitor particular events. CCTV is a popular tool not only for security, but also for monitoring the operations of a business or organization or for liability and insurance issues.
When choosing security cameras and video surveillance system for security or business needs, the key questions are what kind of camera to use, where to store the images and how to monitor and access them. A consultation with an expert from Vertex Security can determine the answers to these questions, which depend on many factors including purpose, location and local conditions.
Many types of cameras, DVRs/NVRs and monitors are available for different security needs. Whatever the problem, Vertex Security offers the solutions.
Types of Security Cameras
CCTV systems use many different security camera types depending on the security needs. Common camera classifications among which customers can choose include: Analog or Digital Security Cameras, Fixed or Point Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) Security Cameras, Indoor or Outdoor Security Cameras, IP Cameras, Infrared Security Cameras, Vandal Resistant Security Cameras,...
The Best Locations for Security Cameras
Security cameras serve the two primary purposes of investigating and deterring crime. In order to accomplish these goals, the best locations to place security cameras are entrances and exits, customer transaction points, target areas, and in secluded places.
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