CJ Tech Digital Video Surveillance (CCTV) Systems provide an effective crime deterrent, utilising the latest digital technology to monitor access to secure areas, unauthorised activities, theft or criminal damage and personal safety or even provide a remote response to an intrusion. And when a incident does occur, CCTV recordings can provide valuable evidence improving the likelihood of conviction.
A typical basic stand-alone video surveillance (CCTV) system could consist of a single or 4 channel basic digital video recorder, with up to 4 internal or external CCTV cameras. The system could include activity triggered recording, audio monitoring and intercom features.
This would probably appeal more to small retailers or restaurants.
A typical intermediate video surveillance (CCTV) system could consist of a small rack mounted digital video recorder with up to 9 cameras (internal or external, fixed or moveable), controlled through a telemetry control unit. The system could include activity triggered recording and remote monitoring features and could be managed through a PC.
This would mainly appeal to schools, jewellers and warehouses.
A typical complex networked video surveillance (CCTV) system could consist of several rack mounted digital video recorders, each recording up to 16 cameras (some possibly wireless), with a dedicated central control room for monitoring events during office hours and linked to a remote video monitoring and response centre out of office hours. The system could be fully integrated with access control and intruder protection to provide a fully integrated security system, and could be managed remotely on a PC from practically any location with a network connection.
This is mainly seen in hospitals and exhibition centres.