IP vs Analog CCTV Systems

IP vs Analog CCTV Systems

Video surveillance offers powerful, effective, and affordable security protection for both residential and commercial area. Technological innovations have made video surveillance options customizable and scalable tailored specifically for your purpose. Changes in CCTV technology have been driven by three main requirements. The first is the need to reduce the cost of recording and storing video for long periods. The second is the need to reduce the amount of space required by these systems. And the third is the need for improved accessibility. One of the most significant technological changes in the CCTV market is the advent of the so called “IP cameras.” Despite the fact this technology has been available for quite a few years it is only recently that IP CCTV has been given importance. In the past years little objective information has set IP CCTV apart from the analog cameras, which has been powering the industry for decades. It’s not uncommon when approached with the choice between IP and traditional analog CCTV one tends to lean on the traditional analog system. There are two primary reasons for this: complexity and price. To counter both of these objections one must explain the key differences between the two systems. A detailed insight to both systems will help to distinguish key points between analog and IP. Read more by clicking on the case study: An Insight to the Differences Between IP and Analog CCTV...

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