Video technology will greatly reduce the number of video displays required to monitor large scale systems, the number of personnel required to monitor the displays, and the server or recorder capacities needed to record all pertinent action in real-time at full frame rates. These are all contributing factors to further reducing the total cost of ownership for networked systems and incentives
Month: July 2009
The discussion among security and surveillance video manufacturers, systems integrators, and end-users about the relative advantages and indications for different kinds of video installations is easy to oversimplify.
A car dealership without video surveillance is a dealership waiting for disaster. This is because the very valuable inventory sitting on the lot is susceptible to theft and vandalism.
On one level, very little. VoIP — Voice over Internet Protocol — refers to the technology for taking a voice “call” and routing it over a data network like the public Internet.