… Leads to privacy concerns and legal battle.
Facial Recognition and security camera analytics taken to the next level…
“New York City Police Department has been using technology fine tuned by tech giants to sort through the millions of faces collected by the cameras the department has placed all over the Big Apple.”
“The technology developed by IBM and others enables New York law enforcement to “search camera footage for images of people by hair color, facial hair, and skin tone.””
Before posting any suspicious activities captured of your web video doorbell on to social medial; read this 1st…:
From simple to complete video security camera systems and it doesn’t matter from NYC to quite Virginia neighborhoods crime is on the rise and uses of security camera are getting an eye full.
Here is what one Chesterfield Va. resident had to say,
Brooklyn, NY Vandal uses a hammer to damage security camera, windows and doors, however his actions are captured on security cameras.
The Dawn of a new era for security camera systems – HD Security Camera Systems.
HD CCTV Technology has mainstream, most of the manufacturers phasing out production of analog devices of which soon all will follow suit.
The main replacement for analog is HDSDI technology which will allow the use of the existing analog CCTV coaxial cabling to deliver crystal clear, crisp high definition 1080P pictures with at least 2 Megapixel to produce vibrant colors.
The second technology is HDTVI technology which will deliver the same quality but is more versatile giving you the option of using the existing analog security camera cabling or a twisted pair of wires all of which has a greater wire run distance.
In addition to the HDSDI and HDTVI technologies manufacturers have been producing Hybrid DVR (Digital Video Recorders) and NVR (Network Video Recorders) with will give you and easy upgrade solution allowing you to use existing analog cameras with the option to upgrading any analog security camera at any time to a HDSDI, HDTVI or IP camera (depending on the DVR/NVR hybrid configuration). The best thing is that you can use your existing HDTV HDMI input to view your security camera system or purchase a HDTV monitor for use to view your security camera system on a separate monitor hassle free from any major electronic store.
Yes, HDCCTV is going main stream and is here to stay; the HDCCTV technology can only get better over time!
For more information on HDCCTV, feel free to contact us:
Unlimited Applications Security Company
HD Security Camera Systems
There are several ways to deliver HDCCTV:
If you are upgrading from analog to digital there is a coaxial solution HD-SDI, which will allow you to use the existing coaxial wiring to deliver 1080P HD Security Camera Images.
If you are upgrading from analog to digital there is a coaxial solution HDTVI, which will allow you to use the existing twisted pairs or Cat5/Cat6 wiring to deliver 1080P HD Security Camera Images.
IP Security Cameras is an option in which a network of cameras or if you have an existing Data Network, these cameras can be easily deployed throughout the network to deliver 1080P HD Security Camera Images will optional Megapixel ranges to deliver high definition crisp and clear images.
These systems are available with Hybrid options which will allow you to gradually change from analog to HDCCTV easy and conveniently at any time which out the need to replace the Security Camera System DVR or NVR. All of these systems can easily connect to a HDTV and can be viewed remotely using a smartphone, pc or tablet.
We provide installation and repair of HD Security Camera Systems; we have systems which can deliver 1020P resolution (True HD).
Contact: Unlimited Applications Security Company (800)348-5508 email@example.com or visit http://www.uasecurity.com/security-camera-systems.htm, our services areas are: Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk Counties) and Westchester County.
It is said that a picture, “speaks a thousand words”…
Might I add, that “video speaks volumes”!
More and more, electronic technology In particular video security cameras captures the “good”, the “bad” and the “ugly”!
“I thought the workers, it was the workers,” he said. “They’re stealing it.”