More than meets the eye
When it comes to video surveillance cameras, it is crucial to pick the right camera for the job. Lighting, activity, analytics, mounting and site conditions all matter when it comes to product selection.
Video Surveillance Cameras
When it comes to video surveillance, there is no one size fits all. In fact, there are major differences between manufacturers, camera types, system functionality and even the longevity of the solution. We specialize in the design and installation of video surveillance systems, which includes the cameras, the recording system and the associated infrastructure to make it all work together. While video surveillance is traditionally an after-the-fact tool, we aim to change that, by taking the time to properly configure your systems, opening the door for your surveillance system to become a tool that is actively assisting your daily operations.
Cameras are complex, as they are ultimately imitating the human eye. Just like the human eye, seeing at night is a challenge that needs to be overcome. There are several different solutions for this, but which is the right for your scenario? There are also several camera styles and the constant innovation in the segment can make it difficult to keep track of what might be the best fit for your application. From dome and bullet cameras to Pan/Tilt/Zoom, fish-eye and multi-sensor or panoramic cameras, we have the right camera for your site and the expertise to match it to your needs.
While not technically cameras, but an associated surveillance device, we also work with a fairly new product, that is radar. Radar can aid a surveillance camera in hard to see areas or wide areas that would traditionally require a significant number of cameras. The same radar technology that tracks thousands of aircraft in the sky every day, can be utilized in your surveillance setup to catch an intruder in the moment they trespass, allowing for an immediate response to the issue and ultimately protecting your site, assets and employees.