CCTV is closed-circuit television consisting of security cameras that capture video based on motion or schedule and record on a DVR, NVR, or PC-based recorder
To protect and get video evidence of any event that occurs at your premises. CCTV not only helps in getting your place secured but also helps in better management. A security system does act as a deterrent for any suspicious activity near your premises
The main difference between an NVR and a DVR has to do with the way these devices receive surveillance feeds. Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) receive raw video input from analog security cameras, while Network Video Recorders (NVRs) receive IP camera streams via a local network. Meaning DVR processes analog video data at the recorder level, while an IP system does it at the camera level. It is recommended to go with NVR systems.
No. of the cameras depends on the premise layout you are trying to secure. For a standard single-story home, a minimum of 6 cameras are needed to fully secure the outside of a home, 2 cameras for the front of the house, 1 on each side of the house and 1 in the backyard, and 1 in the alfresco.
Yes, you can view cameras remotely on your smart devices and computers thru applications on your devices. You can view it on more than 5 devices simultaneously.
Yes, you can get notifications on your smart devices if any intrusion occurs. With new technologies like SMD and ACCUSENSE cameras, you can get live notifications on any intrusion or perimeter protection setup with motion thru Human or vehicle intrusion only. Avoid false notifications like trees moving or birds or pets.
Yes, you can record audio with the camera’s built-in microphone.