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  • Why IP Video? Advantages of IP Surveillance vs. Analog

    For video surveillance in today’s high-security world, an increasing number of customers are turning to IP camera solutions. If you’re looking to install a new surveillance system, or wish to upgrade an existing system, IP surveillance offers several advantages over traditional CCTV analog video technology. Take a closer look at the many ways in which network cameras have surpassed their analog counterparts.

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    Image Quality

    •Progressive Scan Many IP cameras use progressive scan technology to ensure even objects in motion come through crystal clear.

    •Megapixel Resolution Network cameras with megapixel resolution capture extremely detailed video images and provide a much wider field of view than traditional surveillance cameras.

    •True Digital Solution With a network camera system, there’s only one digital conversion right at the outset, which means no image degradation due to excessive conversions.

    CIF 352 x 240

    4CIF 704 x 480

    HDTV 1280 x 720

    1.3 Megapixel 1280 x 1024

    2 Megapixel 1600 x 1200

    3 Megapixel 2048 x 1536

    HDTV 1920 x 1080

    Progressive Scan

    Analog Resolution Megapixel Resolution

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    Remote Monitoring

    •Web Access Access your IP camera footage and control camera functions remotely from any computer using a standard web browser.

    •Mobile Surveillance Some network cameras allow for remote monitoring via cell phone or PDA.

    •Remote Storage IP camera footage can be stored digitally at remote locations.

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    On-Camera Intelligence

    •Optmized Bandwidth Advanced functionality at the camera level reduces bandwidth.

    •Advanced Motion Detection Intelligent motion detection increases video monitoring efficiency and cuts down on false alarms.

    •Auto Tracking Auto tracking allows network cameras to detect and follow action as it happens.

    •Analytics IP cameras can include sophisticated video analytics such as people counting, left-object detection, and detection of loiterers.

    Conventional Motion Detection Intelligent Motion Detection

    Alarm Alarm

    Alarm Alarm

    Blockage Redirecting

    Defocusing Spray-painting

    •Tamper Detection With tamper detection, an automated alert is sent any time the lens is compromised or the camera isn’t fully functional.

    •Audio Detection Audio detection triggers recording and automated alerts when specific sounds such as broken glass or gunshots are detected.

    •Built-In Triggers On-board triggers can initiate recording, alarms, and other system output.

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    Installation Benefits

    •Power over Ethernet PoE allows network cameras to receive their power via standard Ethernet cable.

    •Leverage Existing Network An IP camera system lets you leverage your existing wired or wireless network.

    •Integrated PTZ PTZ controls are often integrated into the camera, unlike analog cameras which require additional wiring for pan/tilt/zoom functions.

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    Future-Proof / Scalability

    •Room to Grow Additional cameras can be added at any time, allowing your IP surveillance system to grow with your network and infrastructure.

    •Backwards-Compatible IP-based systems are backwards-compatible. With video servers and encoders, you can incorporate your existing analog cameras.

    •Easy Integration IP camera solutions provide seamless integration with other security and network infrastructure, such as access control, point-of-sale, and alarm systems.

    Security

    •Encryption While analog cameras deliver video over vulnerable coax cabling, IP cameras use strong encryption to send digital transmissions safely and securely.

    •Password Protection Network cameras are password protected so only authorized users can access them.

    •Continuous Recording IP cameras with PoE and battery backup provide uninterrupted recording even during a power outage.

    •Device Authentication Thanks to device authentication, there’s zero risk of an IP video signal being hacked.

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    INTERNET

    Remote Access

    Viewer

    Microphone Speaker

    Siren

    Motion Detector

    Administrator

    Network Attached Storage PC

    Alarm

    Advantages of IP Surveillance vs. Analog Image Quality Remote Monitoring On-Camera Intelligence Installation Benefits Security Future-Proof / Scalability

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