Telecentric offer an expert CCTV installation service with more than 20 years of experience of installing top quality systems from manufacturers such as UNV. We cover all sizes of projects in the United Kingdom and its surrounding areas.
We offer an effective security system that enables people to protect their valuable property. A specialist engineer will visit your site to inspect it and report back to you as part of a direct consultation.
We will discuss your needs and analyse the site before informing you what options are available. This means we will be installing a camera system personalised to your project.
IP based CCTV systems are rapidly decreasing in cost and offer HD resolutions. The IP cameras provide good coverage and great detail. An analogue camera equates to about 0.4 megapixels whereas a standard IP camera offers 2 megapixels; that is 5 times more than analogue resolution. With IP systems you also get a greater advancement in analytical software.
These new advanced video systems allow users to analyse quickly the hours of footage it has recorded. This can also combine with other software to allow some applications to include facial recognition, automatic license plate recognition, and motion detection.
Users are able to log in remotely through a web-based interface and can able to monitor real-time footage on tablets, desktops, and smartphones.
This software provides accurate, automatic identification of the events captured by the CCTV cameras. When used with facial and automatic number plate recognition software the analytics recognises faces, people counts, vehicle types, animals, colours and bags.
It also tracks speed, the amount of time an object or a person spends there and direction of movement in a certain location. You can easily identify some events such as vehicle movements, objects removed, unauthorised entry as potential threats. You will get notified when these events happen when it triggers an alarm to you or your security staff.
A local recording is not required, because the images are transmitted to a central location across the internet, wide area, and local networks. The central user can view, record, and manage the images.
Using a web-based interface a user can remotely login into a secure server and view real-time footage on PCs, laptops, tablets or smartphones.
It can be powered by several methods, including mains and battery. With IP connections, the power can come through the Ethernet connection along with the data.
High-end NVRs (Network Video Recorders) allow existing CCTV cameras to incorporate into IP systems. It significantly reduces the basic costs thus allowing a gradual approach towards a complete IP system solution.
Users can record frequently to an NVR. Thus, it offers additional safety to recover the footage in the event of corruption of data on the main NVR.
For any instance, these IP cameras are automatically transmitting recorded pictures to an IP video phone. This system is possible to directly use IP-based services, such as sending pictures by email through FTP.
Footage can be reviewed several times with multiple zooms, even on fixed lens cameras with no degradation of the pictures; this is a common problem in analogue systems where high-quality images are often unreadable.
Faster access control is possible with face and ANPR recognition as it is built into the camera heads, so there is no need to buy separate software or modules. IP based cameras offer high-resolution images, so you need fewer cameras to cover a location.