Surveillance cameras have been in use for decades to deter crime and to capture video evidence to be used in the prosecution of crimes. However, criminals are aware of surveillance cameras and continually attempt to circumvent them, by various means. Taking advantage of human behavior is one way criminals avoid being filmed in a criminal act. Security guards and even homeowners cannot be everywhere at once. Therefore, many surveillance systems are unattended, in other words, the cameras videotape without the benefit of human analysis. The crimes and actions of others are being recorded and preserved, but the acts in some cases are only detected after the fact. However, new technology has once again caught up with the demand. New technology shows us how to benefit from an auto-tracking PTZ. PTZ is an acronym used to describe cameras that can pan, tilt and zoom.
More and more businesses are using office security cameras to protect the company and/or employees from outside threats as well as threats to the company from the inside. Not only can office security cameras be used to maintain security and monitoring against breaking and entering, but they are also great tools to document and possibly prevent employee theft or even industrial espionage. Further, they can be useful tools for offering employer protection for situations like liability claims and sexual harassment.
There are a lot of different possibilities for security cameras on the market today for you to choose from for all of your home surveillance needs. The board cameras are relatively small and compact. They feature a lens that is directly mounted onto the circuit board. These types of cameras tend to be used the […]
One of the most important specifications to consider when making your decision to purchase a security camera system is the camera resolution. If you don’t have the right camera resolution, you may end up allowing the person who committed the crime to be able to walk away due to the lack of picture quality. On the other hand, if you have exceptional quality in your new security system, you may end up being able to apprehend the criminal and get justice.
Is your home a target for vandalism or "harmless" pranks from neighborhood kids and do you feel like you need a "How to Catch Vandalism for Dummies" book? Does your business suffer from the same thing? Identifying the perpetrator(s) and getting documentation evidence of the actual act of vandalism is easier and much less expensive than you probably think.