The Basics

Getting Started

We begin by gaining insights into the full spectrum of your needs, including your budgetary realities. Second, we design your system so that each component meets your current needs and is scalable when you need to expand your capabilities. Third, we make sure your investment is protected into the future.

How it Works

Instead of traditional interlaced video, our technology captures still images in quick succession, forming a video that can easily be exported as evidence. These video surveillance systems are structured around three functional areas: your digital headquarters, wireless connectivity and surveillance cameras.

Video Management Systems
Your system starts with a central command and recording setup. This technology base provides the video server, backup power supply, mounting hardware and control software. These fundamentals must support your initial roster of field cameras and be able to accommodate your future system expansion.

Surveillance Cameras
Serving your surveillance needs requires choosing and placing the right cameras in the right locations to provide the level of visual information necessary for actionable results from the field. Your camera setup provides the greatest opportunity for incremental system expansion, as you can add cameras in new locations or increase the surveillance in high-traffic areas if and when your needs dictate.

Wireless Connectivity
Providing a secure uninterrupted flow of surveillance data from your field cameras requires a network that can withstand weather as well as potential attempts to intercept or cut off data flow. This essential nerve system also enables you to control your field setup and glean additional information from hot spots of suspicious activity.