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Infinite Technologies offers to provide and install a wide range of surveillance products and systems based on the customers needs.

When you want to protect your investments and property, one logical way to do that is through installing surveillance cameras. Camera systems can help discourage illegal activity and other activities that can hurt your assets. When making the decision to install surveillance cameras, let the professionals at

A second great option that goes in tandem with security cameras is taking control of your entry doors into your residence or commercial property, by installing an Access Control System you now have full control of who, what and when someone has access to your property.

No more handing out a bunch of keys.

  • High-quality cameras

  • Comprehensive camera options and accessories

  • Onsite and Cloud Access Control

  • Sophisticated software programs

  • Professional and timely CCTV installation

THE RIGHT CAMERA FOR MY PROPERTY?

  • Hidden/discreet cameras: Can be very covert, appearing to be different objects, camouflaged, or placed in discreet locations, allowing them to catch more discreet actions.

  • Dome cameras: Are placed in unobtrusive, dome-shaped housing. They may be used to both catch thieves and reassure customers. They can allow for tilting, panning, and zooming.

  • Bullet cameras: Are typically wall or ceiling-mounted and used indoors (some outdoor use). They are designed to primarily capture images from a fixed area, with minimal movement.

  • Infrared/night vision cameras: Use IR LEDs to allow vision in a complete of lighting.      This may be ideal for facilities that need around-the-clock security and monitoring.

  • Day or night cameras: Can be used 24/7 for varying light conditions, adjusting to glares, sunlight, and strong backlights. They are ideal for outdoor areas, such as parking lots.

  • Varifocal cameras: Can be very helpful, allowing an operator to zoom in or out while    still maintaining focus on the image. This can be important in cases where verification is needed.

When it comes to surveillance, there are 3 main options:

1. Digital Video Recorder (DVR) - Standalone hardware device that connects directly to analog cameras via coax cables. Displaying the video and storage is done similarly to NVRs, but where the two differ is how the cameras are connected to the recorder. DVRs use coaxial cabling, while NVRs use PoE or Wi-Fi.

2. Network Video Recorder (NVR) - Network attached storage device that connects to IP cameras over a (typically) local IP network. Typically, this recorder is used with IP cameras which handle all encoding and processing through a connected network cable. Displaying the video is done through an external monitor and storage is done through a disk drive, USB flash drive, memory card, or physical mass storage device.

3. Cloud Storage - Cloud NVR is a cloud infrastructure that acts like an NVR/DVR but can be securely accessed anywhere at any time. Displaying the video is done either through a software application or browser and storage is handled in the cloud. Cloud NVR usually requires a camera, power, and internet connection to operate.

What's the Difference?

Both DVR and cloud-based surveillance systems are similar in that they both store video footage. The difference between the two lies in accessibility. DVR systems do not require an Internet connection. The cameras are hard wired to the physical device.

On the other hand, cloud surveillance only requires an Internet connection. The cameras are wireless and can be controlled from multiple devices, including your smartphone, computer or tablet.

With a DVR surveillance system, you’ll need focus on the potential for physical setbacks. Some service and/or maintenance issues could include storage capacity, overheating or improper installation.

If you have a cloud-based surveillance system, the system connects to a network, which means cyber security safeguards must be in place. This includes:

  • A secure network connection.

  • Anti-virus, malware and firewalls.

  • Encrypted data.

  • Password protection.

  • Updated software.

REMOTE GUARDING

 Unlike traditional security methods, this innovative solution actually helps prevent property crime before it starts, as opposed to only providing footage of what happened after the fact.

Watch the video below for examples of Remote Guarding in action:

ACCESS AND INTRUSION CONTROL

FEATURES:

  • Camera Reader

  • Fingerprint Reader

  • Card Reader

  • Keypad

  • Push Button Switches

  • Electric Locks

  • Infrared Buttons

We know that the need to control who can get in and out of your business or home is getting stronger every day. People need to know that they are secure and Access Control provides this sense of relief.  Access Control not only allows you to monitor on a live feed who is at certain access points, but also allows you to replay past events.

 

 

Benefits Of Access Control Include:

 1. The ability to see who enters or leaves the property

 2. Increased protection of confidential information

 3. The ability to track and record any activity that takes

      place within the business

 4. The capability of customizing and modifying features

     of the surveillance system, such as when employees

     can enter the building

 5. The ability to regulate and prohibit employees’

     admittance to certain areas of the property

 6. An overall increase in security and safety

 

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