Video surveillance solutions

Presentation of HQ video surveillance solutions

Video surveillance is a very frequently used security tool. Due to technological development, video surveillance cameras (analog or IP video cameras) have become very effective monitoring tools. Whether you monitor staff, supervise cashiers or provide perimeter surveillance, the solutions can be tailored to guarantee peace and security for your business.
The hardest decision in terms of camera setup is choosing the type of camera (analog or IP video camera), as well as the model and specific capabilities to meet your monitoring needs. To choose the model of camera you need, you have to determine the final purpose of the camera (supervising employees, monitoring the entry of a building, monitoring cashiers, audio-video monitoring, live streaming).

Decisive factors in choosing a video camera

  • The lens, that can belong to several categories: micro lens, fixed, IR, C-mount, CS-mount, varifocal, auto-iris, manual iris, motorized lens. For a close-up video surveillance solution, the lens are a very important factor;;
  • The positioning: indoor or outdoor (for enhanced protection, video cameras can be equipped with protective enclosures);
  • The amount of necessary brightness;
  • The operation distance, the angle and surface to be covered;
  • The camera type needed: fixed or mobile;
  • The image type needed: color or black and white camera;
  • The required image resolution: 350, 400, 500 TVL (the higher the resolution, the clearer the image);
  • The quality of sound needed (cameras can also be soundless).

Access to video surveillance cameras

  • CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) will allow the recording and playback of images captured with your video surveillance camera by using a DVR or NVR (when using analog cameras);
  • Remote access from your laptop or computer;
  • Remote access from your smartphone, using specific applications.

CCTV (closed circuit television) will allow recording and playback of images captured with the surveillance cameras and watching them on a DVR or NVR (when using analog cameras).

The selection of image recording equipment (DVR/NVR) is influenced by various factors

  • Frame rate per second (FPS): the higher the frame rate, the clearer the image;
  • Capacity of storing recorded images (hard drive capacity – HDD);
  • Ability to connect remotely;
  • Backup facilities: CDs or DVDs.

Working with famous brands in monitoring areas, HQ will bring the latest innovative technology, such as WiFi cameras, 4CIF real-time DVR, HD recording to facilitate the choosing of the best video surveillance system.

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