What are the benefits of having an camera surveillance system?

There are many different options when it comes to camera surveillance and it is important that you install the best system to protect your family, property, assets and residents and/or employees. The key purpose of a Camera System is to identify what happened after an event has taken place. Once you have an alarm system installed, surveillance is the next step in ensuring your security is covered. Access Alarms can provide and install a range of large scale HD or High Definition commercial surveillance options for a simple residential CCTV or network based camera systems. Contact us to find a camera surveillance system suited to your budget and needs.

Commercial Security Cameras

We recommend having a CCTV (closed-circuit television) system or video surveillance system in a commercial setting, as it is one of the best ways to reduce property loss, both inside and outside of business hours. A camera system will allow you to monitor all events that occur on your property, which is a simple way to monitor how crimes took place such as theft, vandalism and assault. Additional uses for Camera Systems would be process improvement, Tracking of where goods are placed and when, Workplace Health and Safety(WH&S), Operational Health and Safety(OH&S), Tracking team movements, Public Liability concerns, Marketing and Sales Material, Also Training Videos and Recording of Meetings. An added benefits to having a security camera installed is the reduction of insurance and liability costs.

Security cameras are becoming increasingly popular in the workplace, as it can also be a useful tool in monitoring your companies assets. No matter how many cameras you may need to secure your premises, Access Alarms can customise a solution to suit you.a 

Types of Security Cameras

We have access to a variety of security camera manufacturers, and you can find more information on the products we can install here

There are a number of camera types to suit your needs including:

› (Fever cameras) or temperature monitoring Cameras
› Dome Cameras
› Turret Cameras
› Bullet Cameras
› Zoom cameras
› 360 degree fisheye cameras
› Pan Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) cameras
› Number plate recognition cameras

The majority of these camera types can be integrated into an existing system.  

Digital VS Analogue Recording Systems

Analogue cameras are mostly obsolete due to the substantially low video quality compared to digital option. There are now upgradable options for digital cameras over the old analogue cabling. With legacy format cameras and recorders. Allowing to upgrade some of the key cameras to digital whilst leaving the old analogue units in place and replace them as they fail. 

The biggest benefit of a HD system is the camera resolution. An analogue camera system can provide some clear details, and may be a functional option if you are recording a limited field of vision. A digital camera system on the other hand can cover a much larger area, and provide a high level of detail. Digital systems will also have a larger data storage capacity. 

In most scenarios, the functionality of one HD camera will measure up to that of four analogue cameras.