Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) could be the perfect addition to your intruder alarm and fire detection systems
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Camera technology has evolved. It’s better, faster and more efficient.
Have you suffered a burglary, damage, theft or unauthorised access? Fed up of petty crime, or just need that extra confidence and peace-of-mind? Then Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) could be the perfect addition to your intruder alarm and access control systems.
CCTV has become very popular as a means to easily identify exactly when and where events occur and can be invaluable in identifying offenders and bringing them to justice, not only in burglary cases, but in arson and other incidents too.
Systems are economical and allow footage to be stored for thirty days on a hard drive for viewing on a PC, laptop, or mobile device remotely if necessary. No tapes, no DVDs, no hassle! Worried that you’re not quite up to speed with today’s advanced CCTV and recording techniques? Don’t worry! Here at Security Wise we are continually researching and sourcing the latest equipment.
So let us explain to you how the following CCTV systems can really help protect your business.
- Network Video Recorders (NVR) – digital storage of images, hard drive storage capacity, multiple camera use, recording techniques & equipment
- Day/Night Cameras – external applications, positioning, light levels, image quality, use of infra-red technology
- Analogue Cameras – applications, suitability, cost effectiveness, image quality, wiring
- IP (Internet Protocol) Cameras – data transmission via internet, popularity, bandwidth, reduction in cabling, cost effectiveness
- Other camera types – Full body, Dome & PTZ cameras, aesthetics and suitability
- We also fit ANPR cameras for various local authorities
A visible deterrent to would-be offenders, CCTV is a valuable crime-prevention system. It’s also a way to keep employees safe and monitor the movement of staff and customers.
And if you also want to supervise equipment/stock and detect possible hazards such as blocked escape routes and fire hot spots … no problem!
Integrating CCTV into your security arrangements is a sound move and will give you the assurance and peace-of-mind you need. And that’s not all! Coupling CCTV with a comprehensive Access Control system is a further wise move, so take a look at our Access Control page to see how the two complement each other perfectly.