The phrase CCTV systems can cover a broad range of different video camera systems. Generally speaking, when we think of a CCTV system, we are usually referring to a video monitoring, surveillance, and/or security system. CCTV is an acronym for Closed Circuit TeleVision however, more often then not in today's age of technology, these systems are often called digital video security and surveillance systems.
Conservation is the key term in reference to motion activated recording. In the following article, we'll take a look at how digital video security and surveillance systems go about doing this and why conservation is a key term associated with this type of monitoring.
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.
One of the most popular security devices being used today is the wireless security camera with DVR recorder (Digital Video Recorder).Since the camera is wireless, this means no cables are needed to connect the camera with the recorder, making installation quick and easy. In addition to the wireless feature, a wireless security camera with DVR recorder system has plenty of optional features that make this an incredibly versatile system that can be used for almost any application.