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What is network video surveillance

by Account Executive at Haverford Systems on Apr 28, 2013

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IP Video Surveillance and MegaPixel Technology ...

IP Video Surveillance and MegaPixel Technology

The video surveillance market is growing constantly, driven by increased public and private security concerns, as well as a technology shift. The transition to network video is a reality as customers take advantage of flexible, industry standard systems for security and video surveillance. As security management over the IP network expands and intelligence capabilities move out to network cameras, systems can scale much more easily. This move to open systems empowers a much more productive and cost-effective means of surveillance than was ever possible.

MegaPixel IP Surveillance Camera Resolutions:The resolution chart above show traditional analog camera resolutions compared to todays 1080p HD video resolution standards. A one megapixel camera today equates to more than four VGA quality cameras combined. This means you can cover more area with a higher level of detail using less cameras and therefore reducing installation, cabling and management costs. It also allows for the new world of “Virtual Cameras”.
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