Surveillance Solutions

We designing, install and maintaining Electronic Surveillance Systems (CCTV) for both home and commercial business.
We have the latest indoor and outdoor security camera systems available in today’s market. We provide building managers and homeowners with secure and convenient technology that will detect accurate movement of unauthorised persons in any location you wish to record.
We design, install and maintain a vast range Electronic Surveillance Systems (CCTV) for both home and commercial business.
Older CCTV systems used small, low-resolution black and white monitors with no interactive capabilities. Modern CCTV displays can be color, high-resolution displays and can include the ability to zoom in on an image or track something (or someone) among their features. Talk CCTV allows an overseer to speak to people within range of the camera's associated speakers.

Surveillance System using IP based multi site remote monitoring systems.

IP surveillance is a digitized and networked version of closed-circuit television (CCTV). In an IP surveillance system, an IP camera records video footage and the resulting content is distributed over an IP (Internet protocol) network.

Digitization offers a number of benefits over traditional analog CCTV, including:

Improved search capability.
Greater ease of use.
Better quality images and no degradation of content over time.
The ability to record and play simultaneously.
The ability to compress content for improved storage.

Adding networking capability to digital CCTV provides additional benefits, including:

Improved ability for remote viewing and control. Anyone on the network can potentially see video from any camera connected to the network.
IP storage makes it possible to store data in any geographic location.
Greater ease of distribution. An image of a crime suspect, for example, can be immediately distributed to officials.
The ability to connect to email and other communications systems so that alerts can be sent automatically.

Surveillance System using digital video recording

Digital video is audio/visual in a binary format. Information is presented as a sequence of digital data, rather than in a continuous signal as analog information is.
Information in the natural world, received through the five senses, is analog. That means that it is infinitely variable. Digital A/V information, on the other hand, consists of discrete units of data that are placed so close together that the human senses perceive them as a continuous flow. Analog data, such as video recorded on tape, is transmitted as electronic signals of varying frequency or amplitude that are added to carrier waves of a given frequency. To make that information usable on a computer or a modern media player, analog-to-digital conversion translates an analog signal to a series of zeroes and ones, which represent, respectively, "negative" and "positive," "off" and "on," or "low" and "high." The opposite action, digital-to-analog conversion, recreates the analog signal for playback.