Shares India’s Leading Security Company for Surveillance Services, Miraz Securitas
There is a growing threat to global security due to the increase in crime and violence. The urban population is expanding rapidly around the globe and is expected to increase manifold. Therefore, the need of the hour is to keep people safe and secure. And governments around the world are investing in advanced technologies to keep cities smart, safe, and secure. Whether it’s protecting your property, preventing thefts and burglaries, or preventing petty crime on the streets, today’s video surveillance systems can help you combat all kinds of security risks.
Let’s take a closer look at this modern technology with the help of Miraz Securitas, the best security services company that provides trained security guards and security officers to run and monitor CCTV and security cameras in Delhi, Gurgaon, NOIDA, Manesar, Pantnagar, Rudrapur, Haridwar, Bawal, Neemrana, and Mahindra World City Jaipur.
What is Video Surveillance?
The word surveillance means keeping a close watch over someone or something. Video Surveillance refers to surveillance using a camera that monitors or records visual images of activities, generates alerts, and transmits and stores footage.
What history tells us?
Although the concept dates back to World War II, it wasn’t until the 1970s that the world learned about this modern technology. Those days, it only helped scientists to observe nuclear bomb testing. They could not record what they were seeing. With the advent of digital multiplexers in the mid-90s, capturing and saving footage with the help of a digital video recorder (DVR) was possible. This led to the multi-camera security systems used now. Fast forward to present times, video surveillance cameras are HD, wireless and weatherproof. Nowadays, since the surveillance system is live-monitored, any act of crime can be prevented from happening.
How does Video Surveillance work?
A Video surveillance system consists of a camera, monitors/ display units, and recorders. The cameras can be Analog (Closed Circuit TV – CCTV) or Digital (IP network-based) that capture all the audio and video information from the interior and exterior areas of the building or wherever the cameras are placed. The information is then transmitted either via cable (Analog) or wirelessly (Digital) to the recording device and finally to the display monitor. The video footage can be monitored live by security personnel or remotely using an IP (Internet Protocol) camera. It can also be recorded and stored using a DVR (digital video recorder) or NVR (network video recorder) to be watched later. The footage can only be viewed by authorized users. Nowadays, many video surveillance cameras support an in-built microphone and external speakers. The audio feature is helpful in specific cases.
Based on the security needs, one can opt for an Analog or digital camera. Although Analog cameras are the most commonly used surveillance devices, there is a growing shift towards digital cameras (IP based) mainly due to their ease of monitoring and scalability.
With AI (Artificial Intelligence), video surveillance provides intellectual analysis of received video information, strengthening security further. We are finally entering a safer and smarter era.
Miraz Securitas’ security guards and security officers are well-trained and fully equipped to operate and monitor the security cameras. If your business or residential premises are looking for security guards or security officers who can effectively carry out the operationalization of the CCTV and security cameras, contact Miraz Securitas today
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