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Guarding corporate and customer data, protecting company property and ensuring employee safety are among the most important and challenging responsibilities companies face. The leader in the physical security space, Interactive enables manufacturers to build network connectivity into their products (such as security systems, including access control panels, biometric readers, surveillance cameras and fire systems) so they can be remotely accessed and managed over a network or the Internet.With secure data center management and visualization products, Interactive also leads the market in data and computer asset security. Cameras, Fire Detection, Fire Fighting and Climate Controlling substantially raise the level of security at your home.

1. CCTV Systems
2. IP Cameras

CCTV systems

CCTV systems link security cameras with monitors, providing viewers with a real-time view of what the cameras see. They do not operate on a traditionally broadcast television signal, but a direct connection via cables.

CCTV Cameras
CCTV's can be oriented precisely to detect and capture the intruding offender in camera. CCTV technology and equipment can be used in both internal and external environments to watch over and protect your home, your family, vehicles and valuables.

The most common form factors for CCTV cameras are dome, bullet, and standard c-mount bodies. Pan-Tilt-Zoom, Low Light, Infrared No-Light and License Plate technologies can be built into any of these form factors.

CCTV is often used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, and convenience stores. A growing branch in CCTV is Internet Protocol Cameras (IP Cameras). IP cameras allow a user to view their camera through any internet connection available through a computer or a G3 phone, like an iPhone.

CCTV Surveillance
Surveillance cameras are video cameras used for the purpose of observing an area. They are often connected to a recording device. Surveillance cameras can be installed not just to track intruding offenders, but also to monitor a baby’s room, swimming pool, the garden, driveways, walkways, outbuildings, and the front door.

IP Cameras

IP cameras are Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras that utilize Internet Protocol to transmit image data and control signals over a Fast Ethernet link. As such, IP cameras are also commonly referred to as network cameras. IP cameras are primarily used for surveillance in the same manner as analog closed-circuit television. A number of IP cameras are normally deployed together with a digital video recorder (DVR) or a network video recorder (NVR) to form a video surveillance system.

The terms IP camera and network camera are most commonly used to refer to surveillance cameras with a Fast Ethernet interface. In this context, the term IP camera does not include GigE vision camera, which is a machine vision camera with a Gigabit Ethernet interface. Internet Protocol is a protocol used for communicating data across a packet-switched network using the Internet Protocol Suite, also referred to as TCP/IP.
• An IP camera is an 'internet protocol' camera.
• IP camera is a combination of a camera and a computer.
• The camera can be connected directly to the network.
• A network camera is a video camera that can be accessed and controlled over any IP network such as a LAN, Intranet or Internet.

Difference between IP and CCTV Camera
Analog CCTV systems connect to a DVR (digital video recorder) using coax cables and BNC connectors (not networked).
IP Cameras connect directly to an existing Ethernet network. This connection could be wired or wireless and they can be accessed from anywhere.

Network cameras connect directly to wired or wireless networks and can be accessed remotely over the internet 24 hours a day.
We can Monitor Cameras from anywhere. If on the same network, you need the camera's IP address.
Once the IP Camera is installed and configured, it can be accessed from any system using Internet Explorer.

• Security surveillance for Banks, Shops, Offices, Warehouses……
• Remote monitoring of the house, daycare or schools.
• Home Security.
• Business Security.

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