Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Systems
CCTV systems provide surveillance capabilities that may be utilized to protect people, assets, and systems. A CCTV system primarily functions as a security force multiplier, providing monitoring over a bigger area and for a longer period of time than would be possible with only security personnel. CCTV systems are frequently used to supplement complete security systems with video coverage and security alarms for barriers, intruder detection, and access control.
A CCTV system uses a direct transmission technology to connect a camera to a video display. This is in contrast to broadcast television, in which the signal is beamed over the air and seen on a television. New techniques in the CCTV market are moving away from closed circuit, hard-wired connection systems and toward more open design and transmission technologies.
CCTV systems have several components with a wide range of functions, features, and requirements. Cameras, lenses, data transfer, power, and illumination are all important components. CCTV technologies are constantly improving in areas such as digital equipment choices, data storage, component shrinking, wireless connectivity, and automated picture processing.
The number of cameras and monitors that may be employed in a CCTV installation is theoretically unlimited, but in fact, this is limited by the efficient combination of control and display technology and the operators' ability to handle the system.
PMG is happy to offer the knowledge and skills needed to design, implement, maintain, and monitor a system that meets your specific company needs while also integrating with your existing systems. PMG can provide you with a solution whether you need basic local video surveillance systems or want your system to perform more for your business.
With security and surveillance migrating to the digital realm (through IP), the demand for networking professionals is greater than ever. PMG offers the knowledge and experience to help you succeed, whether you need to update your existing analog system to digital, design a comprehensive end-to-end solution, or simply add new surveillance components.