Ever need to watch those who are watching? That's exactly what a hidden camera in TV can do. In fact the possibilities for different types of hidden cameras are nearly endless these days, thanks to 21st century electronic technology.
Most covert security and surveillance monitoring systems use a hidden color camera. There are definitely useful times when covert digital video recording is necessary and thanks to 21st century technology, the equipment for this purpose is not only available, but reasonably priced as well.
It's been said that someday almost every electronic appliance will be tied to the Internet; so enters the IP camera and DVR. Don't take this the wrong way, this is definitely a good thing for the digital video security and surveillance system industry. Providing digital video systems with a mechanism to connect to the Internet places the power of versatility and omnipresence in the user's hand. But what exactly does IP mean and how do these devices work? We'll try to answer these questions in the following article.
The term "digital surveillance software" refers to a broad category of computer based sets of instructions that provides the instructions for either a computer or a computer based device to operate, control, and/or process binary (digital) data used or created for security and surveillance purposes. To narrow this definition down a little for the purpose of this article, digital surveillance software is the collective set of programming used to create digital video images for security and surveillance purposes.
When designing your own digital video security camera system, whether it is for residential or commercial use, it is important to make the right choice for the stand alone DVR for security camera. A stand alone DVR or Digital Video Recorder is basically the "brain" of the system that coordinates the functions of the component parts and provides for storage of the digital video files.