HDCVI Video for Banking and Casinos

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For much of the history of surveillance, analog video has been an important component of nearly every security system. With the ability to observe threats and record and store video, analog cameras were the first to help to mitigate risk from criminals, disruptive persons, and other threats. For many businesses,…

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What is HDCVI technology?

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Video surveillance is an integral part of security for countless organizations worldwide. Yet while the capabilities of these systems continue to improve, such as higher resolution and intelligent analytics, businesses are often restricted in the system design process by older infrastructure that doesn’t support the latest technologies. Unfortunately, high system…

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You Are My Density: Multi-Sensor Megapixel Cameras Redefine Camera Density Requirements

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From businesses to residential properties to education, a surveillance system that covers the extent of your facility is crucial to protecting your assets and providing important business data. Cameras are the foundation of any surveillance system, and for the highest functionality it’s important to provide as much camera coverage as…

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Getting Better Results from SMB Installations

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Small and medium businesses (SMBs) are a growing market (and area of opportunity) for security resellers, particularly in video surveillance. And as the versatility of these systems have increased, so have opportunities to make inroads with SMBs looking to improve security and reduce losses. Generally speaking, surveillance systems for SMBs…

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Different Form Factors for Different Applications

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Many organizations are currently considering implementing new video surveillance systems, or upgrading their outdated systems to take advantage of recent technical improvements. The wide variety of security threats that businesses and other facilities face include theft by employees or visitors, violence or threats from outsiders, and other crimes of opportunity….

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