An effective deterrent and a valuable recording tool
CCTV cameras have traditionally been a strong visual deterrent to criminals as part of business security systems, but if an incident does occur, the footage provides clear evidence of what happened where, when, and who was involved.
The two main types of cameras are ‘fixed’, with a static field of view, and ‘pan / tilt / zoom’ which can rotate horizontally and vertically to be able to view a wider area. And security cameras are available for virtually any security or surveillance application your business or organisation needs, both inside and outside, visible and covert.
The latest systems use IP (Internet Protocol) cameras that can send and receive data via a physical or wireless network and over the internet and enable high definition images to be viewed and analysed from anywhere in the world.
However, if you have an existing analogue CCTV system, it is perfectly possible to run a ‘hybrid’ system with older analogue and new digital cameras together, allowing your business to gradually transition from an old system to a new one.