With hundreds of cameras in operation in Lower Mainland alone, so is it any wonder why the technology used in CCTV cameras is constantly evolving? Developed from a traditional security system, CCTV is now used in many aspects of emergency management and response, however, one of the limitations of traditional fixed CCTV cameras is the amount and necessity of cabling that is required.
Due to this, many businesses of all sizes ranging from SMEs through to large multi-national blue chip organizations are turning to IP security cameras as an alternative. Not only do IP cameras provide significant cost savings, they also require less maintenance and offer centralized control.
Are your current CCTV cameras constantly raising false alarms? IP security cameras have the ability to detect motion and intelligently analyze data, dramatically reducing false alarms. Here at EyeNet Surveillance, we offer a wide range of IP cameras including cameras from manufacturers such as Mobotix, Y-Cam and Security lights from Raytec. The only IP security camera manufacturer to date which is deploying a specially designed MXPEG codec for security applications, Mobotix IP cameras are more cost-effective than traditional CCTV cameras and have greater functionality - as you would expect, we stock plenty of MOBOTIX IP cameras that you're able to browse through on our website by clicking here.
IP security cameras or network IP security cameras stream live video via digital packets across an internet protocol network. Wireless allows the camera to be placed just about anywhere; our security cameras support remote configuration, diagnostics, and maintenance; EyeNet Surveillance systems support centralized standard solution (usually security cameras only supply the images while the processing and recording is done later on a central PC using video management software) or a decentralized concept (these systems incorporate a high-speed CPU and, if necessary, a digital memory -SD card- for long-term recording in every camera.
Megapixel IP security cameras offer a resolution at least 3 times better than analog CCTV cameras. That gives a better detail increasing significantly the chances of identification when necessary. One of our CMOS 2 Megapixel cameras can efficiently cover the monitoring area of 4 analog CCTV cameras and with no loss of image resolution.
IP security cameras are used in a number of key market segments to solve video surveillance challenges: residential, retail, educational institutions, City surveillance, Banking, factories etc. For more information please contact us.
Call EyeNet Surveillance at 604-484-1368 if you need security cameras in Vancouver, wireless security cameras, video surveillance systems and iPhone monitored security cameras for your business in Vancouver, Canada or throughout Lower Mainland British Columbia.
IP cameras or network ip cameras stream live video via digital packets across an internet protocol network such as a LAN (Local Area Network) or the Internet. The benefit of network cameras is that they reside on IP networks; the video streams can then be accessed and stored remotely.
Each type of image sensor has its advantages and disadvantages, and therefore, used in different applications. Neither type of image sensor is completely superior to the other, and recent advances in both technologies has made both types more suitable for a wider range of applications.
This is the Popup Module feature. Assign any module to the popup module position, and ensure that the Popup Feature is enabled in the Gantry Administrator.
You can configure its height and width from the Gantry Administrator.