Outdated CCTV and video surveillance systems are costly to operate and maintain. But over the last decade video surveillance has come a long way.
New features include HD quality video, longer storage retention, remote monitoring, people counting, thermal imaging, infrared night vision, facial and gait recognition and more. These features improve system utility and reduce cost of ownership.
If your business still relies on aging analog systems, it may be time to improve functionality and reduce operating costs by upgrading to a modern digital video surveillance system.
Besides making adds, moves and changes a whole lot easier, today’s IP-based solutions enable you to centralize remote monitoring for all locations. This can lead to vast savings in security staffing and allows you to outsource surveillance monitoring altogether.