Many organizations in Udaipur and other areas of Rajasthan are facing the same obstacles when planning a video surveillance system to protect their premises. In many instances, the clubhouse, pool, guard gate, gym and other common areas of interest are positioned such that running cable to one central monitoring station is not practical, cost prohibitive or simply impossible. Fortunately, with increasingly powerful and affordable wireless security camera system technology emerging, applying a wireless solution to surveillance systems makes sense.
Setting up a wireless surveillance system with either IP cameras or traditional CCTV cameras is now relatively simple and can be achieved with the use of IP (Internet Protocol) computer networks (LANs, WANs) and some wireless transmitters/receivers. You may then access ALL of your cameras through your LAN (Local Area Network), as well as, remotely over the Internet if you choose.
Although it is NOT necessary to employ IP cameras to access your surveillance system remotely, there are some advantages in doing so. The main one being that the commercial grade and reliable wireless transmitters work over IP, so IP cameras are a natural fit and the easiest to integrate. The PoE (Power over Ethernet) function of IP cameras is also an advantage. This enables installers to power the cameras using CAT-5 cables with the appropriate PoE network switches or injectors. In many cases, this allows for easy integration into an existing CAT-5 network where a cable is already present. This can cut down on cost by reducing cable runs.
This system can also be used with CCTV / analog security cameras if you also use a NETWORK VIDEO SERVERS and a network video decoder. The main purpose of the system is to provide a cost-effective solution for remote and hard-to-reach camera locations where dredging and cable laying is not practical or is too expensive to do.
The surveillance system enables the organizations, homeowners association board members to record video at the clubhouse, pool area, and entrances. It also allows them to VIEW THE SYSTEM REMOTELY OVER THE INTERNET.