With the increasing importance of security, video surveillance has become widely used both in private homes and large enterprises. As the world shifts from analogue to IP (Internet Protocol) surveillance, security camera footage does not have to comprise of the low quality images that analogue CCTV produces anymore. IP surveillance can be regarded as a digitised and networked version of CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) in which data is sent and received via a computer network for the storage, communication, and networking of surveillance images instead of transmitting a feed to a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). Manufacturers of surveillance equipment can make their products consistent with IP as it is an open standard, consequently offering a wider range of high-end solutions for the market to choose from.
The key advantages of IP Surveillance Systems include:
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