Video surveillance systems become more intelligent and efficient. They allow us to monitor all processes wherever we’re and react to critical situations in time. How to choose a video surveillance system? What types of surveillance systems are available, and why is a static IP address necessary? Find out in this article.
A good video surveillance system can not only scare off or catch criminals, it may also help you keep an eye on the workplace. So what should be done when selecting a video surveillance system?
For example, you can install video surveillance on your own – there are plenty of tutorial videos/materials on the Internet. But only if you don’t regret your nerves and the time you spend on this task. The best option is to contact a company, which will do everything much quicker and better (beginners don’t know all the details in any case). By the way, we also provide video surveillance services, and you’re welcome to chat with us for further information.
The cost of a video surveillance system depends on the area, the number of cameras and the type of storage you’d like to use. By providing us with a minimum set of data, you give us the opportunity to design a video surveillance system in the smallest detail specifically for your facility, without any template implementations. The individual approach to each client means that we design solutions based on the specifications we’ve received from you.
There are two main types of cameras for surveillance systems: digital and analogue. Traditional, analogue cameras are gradually replaced by IP cameras, which offer more capabilities (especially, connecting to the camera via the Internet from anywhere in the world). And that’s why we always recommend digital cameras.
It’s significant to realise that whatever system you choose, it must be scalable, secure, affordable, and flexible. You could find out more about the functions of the different video surveillance systems in our online chat.
Video surveillance systems can be categorised in different ways. For instance, according to the type of video signal and equipment, there are: analogue, digital, combined and hybrid systems.
To get a better understanding of video surveillance systems and choose the right one, please contact us, OS.ECO team is here to help you!
The IP address is the personal address of the device. It can be static or dynamic. With a dynamic IP address, your device will connect to a new IP address every time you reboot the surveillance camera or the device to which it is connected. It’s easy to set up and requires no additional maintenance. The disadvantage of such IP address is its vulnerability.
A static IP address is suitable for those who are concerned about their security. It’ll be reserved only for you, which means that no one else can access it unless you want them to. Furthermore, it can be configured to meet your security requirements. That’s why static IP address is needed precisely for security reasons.
If you’re faced with the task of choosing a video surveillance system for your business, you should get to know the OS.ECO team. We’ll help you with the selection, installation, and configuration of a video surveillance system to supervise and secure your office or private facility.
Leave your contact information
and we’ll take care of the rest
and we’ll take care of the rest