Omaha Surveillance systems
Surveillance systems have been a popular tool of security for decades. Bulky analog cameras were the norm and were seen only in banks and large stores. These systems were very complex, expensive, and only offered marginal video quality. With great strides in technology, however, new cameras are smaller, less expensive, less complicated, and more effective than ever before, and with expanded installation options, hard-to-monitor areas can now be covered.
Internet Protocol (IP) cameras, also called network cameras, capture digital video footage by sending and receiving data over the Internet or local area network (LAN). The cameras are connected to the network via WiFi or Power over Ethernet (PoE). IP cameras are replacing their predecessor analog cameras.
An NVR is a device, that utilizes IP cameras, to process and store digital video data. They are typically connected either by Power over Ethernet (PoE) or WiFi to the IP security camera system. NVRs have the ability to record both video and audio. Due to their flexibility, NVRs are scalable to meet your needs.