Video Surveillance Solutions

Video Surveillance Solutions

Our cabling services include camera wiring, installation and programming, as well as CCTV and IP cameras installation and configuration.

Security cameras come in all shapes and sizes with varying technologies, resolutions, lens sizes and types, night vision capability, number of infrared LEDs etc. Some common CCTV camera technologies are D1, 960H, IP, CVI, SDI, TVI, AHD.

Accord Reconnection Services will provide you with solution which will meet your needs and budget. From IP cameras that can be viewed live on your smart device to complex networks of recordable and analyzable high-definition video feeds.

Accord Reconnection Services - Video Surveillance

CCTV Security Video Surveillance

CCTV system (Stands for Closed Circuit TV) is a self-contained surveillance system comprising cameras, recorders and displays for monitoring activities in a store or company. It willallow you to monitor your property locally and remotely 24 hours a day.

Today’s state-of-the-art digital monitoring systems allow for high-resolution imaging using either one or multiple cameras. These are then fed to a DVR or digital storage device, either over a network or delivered wirelessly. CCTV systems can also be linked to perimeter security and external security lighting systems.

IP Video Surveillance

IP cameras encode the video signal into IP packets, use the data network (LAN) for the cabling, and have the videos recorded by an NVR (Network Video Recorder) that can be connected anywhere on the network.

Unlike traditional video surveillance systems, IP systems can be installed by utilizing the same LAN network infrastructure. IP cameras can be deployed usually with no need for major re-cabling. It also enables utilizing different network mediums such as wireless and fiber links seamlessly.

IP cameras can be mostly powered over the same network cable through POE (Power Over Ethernet) by simply connecting them to a POE-capable network switch, eliminating the need for separate source of power. This is not the case in analog cameras, where each camera would need separate power source.

IP cameras can be easily managed and controlled remotely. This considerably simplifies and speeds up troubleshooting of the system. One can easily check the connectivity of each individual camera over the network using a laptop with proper authentication, while in analog cameras physical attendance to each camera and using of separate monitoring tools is a must.

Video Analytics Solutions

Modern High Definition IP cameras come with a constantly-expanding list of new features and enhancements – these include video analytic and enhancement features, web interface for direct view and remote monitoring and control, automatic alert notifications via email and SMS and even internal NVR for recording of videos.

Examples of video analytics functions include:

  • Object and people counting
  • Cross line detection
  • Object location detection and much more!