Gone are the days of grainy video, CRT monitors, and VCR recorders: today’s cameras produce ultra-high-definition images day and night. Our network video recorders can make live and recorded video available to any device with a network connection, whether a computer in your building or your smartphone in the field. Many of our customers use video for more than preventing crime: they like to know what’s happening at their facility. Even something as simple as knowing if the parking lot has been plowed of snow can improve the operations of a business or institution.
Designed to integrate multiple unconnected security applications and devices to control them through one comprehensive user interface, the PSIM collects and correlates events from disparate security systems (video, access control, sensors, analytics, networks, building systems, etc.) to empower security personnel to identify and proactively resolve situations.
Maintaining a neat and professional-looking equipment arrangement is about more than just aesthetics; it allows fast and effective troubleshooting and upgrades. No matter the external environment, a quality racking system will protect your investment in expensive and sensitive equipment.
Whether point-to-point or mesh, wireless networks connect security system components where cabling is not practical. In addition, wireless networks offer organizations the ability to avoid the costly installation of cables when doing so would damage sensitive or historically significant buildings.
Modern high-definition cameras generate a lot of data. Utilize fiber optic cabling for the backhaul of long-distance, high-performance networking and communications. Optical fiber carries more information than conventional copper wiring due to its higher bandwidth and faster speeds. And because the glass fiber does not conduct electricity, this type of cabling avoids electromagnetic interference and reduces signal losses.