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The first step in having a complete solution designed around any business is a free site survey.
Your dedicated account manager will visit your site and carry out a thorough survey of your building(s).This allows us to plan where the cameras will go, what lenses and camera specification are needed, what NVR best suits the camera system and how much cable is needed for the runs.
The automatic analysis of CCTV images in camera or centrally, using advanced algorithms to create useful information.
Identifies vehicles moving in and out of the premises so you can be aware of who exactly in on-site.
These cameras allow for more widespread coverage and observation in larger areas and has the ability to easily identify suspects.
These intelligent video algorithms can identify unusual walking patterns, loitering, suspicious objects and face recognition.
No matter how light or dark the area is, the camera can still provide detail of what is happening at that very moment.
The internet is available to every device that has an IP address. From integrating with video to provide information to heat mapping and person counting, can help businesses gather more business intelligence.
Since the dawn of the digital age, there has been an explosion in the amount of data we have generated. Big Data - large sets of data - can understand significant patterns and trends.
Not only can you monitor security remotely via your smart device, video surveillance systems of up to ten network cameras can be managed entirely from mobiles devices. As a result, overall system and maintenance costs are reduced.
An Internet Protocol camera, or IP camera, is a type of digital video camera, and can send and receive data via a computer network and the Internet. IP cameras (Network cameras, IP CCTV cameras, IP security cameras or IP webcams) allow you to have access to live or recorded video from any PC connected to your computer network or the Internet.
The following ranges of IP Cameras are listed below:
The Hikvision Bullet Network camera is a 4 megapixel fixed lens Bullet camera with a range of features such as dual streaming, day and night function, digital wide dynamic range, power over Ethernet for quick and easy installation, an IP66 rated housing to protect the camera from outdoor weather conditions.
The Hikvision Turret is a 4MP fixed dome camera with a range of features such as dual streaming, day and night function, digital wide dynamic range, power over Ethernet for quick and easy installation and an IP66 rated housing to protect the camera from outdoor weather conditions. This camera has 3-axis lens adjustment, allowing you full control over how the camera is mounted and the view adjustment, the third axis of adjustment, rotate a horizon adjustment, will allow you to bring the view back to level regardless of the pan & tilt adjustments.
Network Video Recorders (NVRs) are digital surveillance recording systems designed to work exclusively with IP cameras. The IP/Network cameras are connected via a TCP/IP Network with all cameras and the NVR unit(s) on the same internal network infrastructure.
Our NVR range include 4 Channel NVRs, 8 Channel NVRs, 16 Channel NVRs,32 Channel NVRs, Hybrids (Analogue/IP in one system).
The remote view Apps stream clear video over the 3G or WiFi for remote viewing. Features include: up to 16TB, up to 160Mbps, PoE Ports, Plug & Play, USB connection, I/O, Audio, Network and Remote Viewing facilities.
Analog CCTV users can now enjoy HD resolution while safeguarding their investment in existing cabling infrastructure with Hikvision's launch of its Turbo HD Analog solution.
This revolutionary technology supports latency-free 1080P HD over up-to 500 metres of coaxial cable and offers seamless compatibility with traditional SD cameras, Hikvision IP cameras and HDTVI-compliant cameras and DVRs. The Turbo HD product family consists of a comprehensive, 32-strong range of Hikvision DVRs and 720P/1080P cameras, including Bullet, Dome, PTZ Dome, Turret, Vari-focal, Vandal-proof and Low-Light units.
Turbo Hikvision EXIR Bullet Camera
The Turbo Bullet camera is a HD Analogue camera offering real-time HD resolution of 1080P in a smart new Bullet camera design with smart EXIR.
This model incorporates Hikvision's EXIR infrared array technology to provide industry-leading illumination in any low- or zero-light environment. Benefiting from an advanced, highly efficient light source that provides up to 30% more illumination efficiency compared to other LEDs and a revolutionary rectangular lens for uniform scene illumination and seamless HD formatting, Hikvision's EXIR cameras deliver the most advanced levels of night-time surveillance available on the market today.
This Hikvision Turret camera is a HD Analogue (TVI) camera offering real-time HD resolution of 1080P in a smart design.
Retaining the ease of use of analogue cameras whilst offering 1080P HD video output, the cameras does not suffer from latency that is sometimes seen in IP cameras and can be used up to distances in excess of 300m unlike HD-SDI which has a 100m limit. The camera has a fixed 2.8mm lens and comes in an attractive eyeball design with IP66 protection and offers IR range of up to 40m with EXIR technology. The camera is backward compatible with standard analogue DVR's.
This PTZ network camera by Hikvision captures HD 1080p footage at up to 25 frames per second (fps). The camera features full pan/tilt/zoom functionality and a 20x optical zoom for in-depth scene examination. True day/night recording is enhanced with IR illumination up to 150m for round-the-clock monitoring. Additional features include PoE+ and support for edge recording with a MicroSD card (not included).
Endless 360° pan and variable pan/tilt speeds allow swift and precise navigation throughout a large area. The camera's 16x digital zoom allows closer examination of the original image, which can be useful when trying to identify a person or object. For clearer night-time viewing, Hikvision's smart IR function adjusts the infrared illumination according to zoom levels - helping prevent overexposure of objects close to the camera.
The camera improves image quality in complex light conditions with a range of imaging technologies. For scenes with dark shadows and bright highlights, digital Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) ensures detail is captured in all areas. Additionally, 3D noise reduction reduces the levels of visual distortion often seen in low-light video.
Video motion, intrusion and line crossing detection alarms are configurable and can notify users of incidents via email notification. Alarm signalling can be enhanced with the connection of external alarm sources via the integrated I/O ports. Additionally, alarms can be used to trigger the 3D intelligent positioning feature - moving the camera view directly to a pre-configured location.
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