Commercial Video Surveillance

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Options for networked video and video verification can provide identification, loss prevention, employee safety and operations monitoring. Today's technology allows video surveillance systems to integrate with alarm systems, access control systems, point-of-sale cash register systems and intrusion detection. Remote viewing and control from internet connected devices makes management simple.

We design scalable video surveillance solutions for a wide range of industry verticals, including hospitality, construction, retail, manufacturing, education and more.

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Focal Lengths

The focal length of a lens is essentially the magnification of the picture. Depending where you plan to place the camera and what you want to capture will determine the focal length you will need. Here is a comparison of how a video feed would look at several different focal lengths, mounted in the same location:

Focal length comparison


"Zoom and Enhance!" You can't create pixels out of thin air. Magnifying an image will not necessarily create a more legible picture. There is a wide spectrum of resolutions available on cameras today, so if you need the ability to read the license plate from a vehicle on your street, then you'll want the clear, crisp video that higher megapixel cameras can deliver. To better illustrate the point, here is a comparison of various resolutions offered on many cameras:

Video resolution comparison

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