Intervid-Africa is a leading Southern African CCTV and Access Control systems Integrator, having completed hundreds of successful large scale Corporate and Industrial Electronic Security implementations over a 32-year history across 12 African countries.
Today’s modern IP CCTV solutions are light years ahead of where they were 15 years ago, today’s market is awash in a multitude of new, break out brands, products and solutions. Without a doubt two of the most interesting and successful, up and comers in the IP CCTV arena are Avigilon Corporation and Hikvision.
While not typically categorized as direct competitors, the popularity of both brands means that they are often quoted and specified in various proposals and are therefore interesting IP CCTV candidates for comparison.
As times change and the world becomes a fast paced, multitasking environment to live in, we look for systems that will help us manage tedious daily jobs easily and more efficiently. The CCTV industry is a great example of how technology is advancing and how it is benefiting our lives and businesses today. In this article we will be discussing the features surrounding the analytics on CCTV NVR systems such as: LPR (Licences plate recognition) foreign object detection and Facial recognition.
The first centralized IP camera was released in 1996 and the first decentralised IP camera was released in 1999, so although these systems are technically new on the market they have been able to make a massive impact on the CCTV industry in this short period. The IP Camera has many advantages over the analogue system however there are also potential disadvantages, this article will be looking at both sides of the spectrum.