Are you looking for new security camera technology or to enhance your current solution? Overwhelmed by the plethora of options and not sure where to start? In this article we compare the three basic types of video surveillance cameras; Standard Analog, High Definition (HD) Analog, and IP security cameras. Review the relative pros and cons of each to help you choose the camera technology that best matches your current needs now and for the future. Whether you’re looking for a system with the latest integrated video surveillance technology or the most affordable installation costs, Envysion can help you find the solution that’s right for you.
Analog Security Cameras
Analog cameras are the original in security camera technology and remain the most established and popular camera choice. It’s estimated that up to 70% of existing security camera systems currently in use are analog. These basic cameras deliver standard definition video (640x480) over coaxial cabling with a direct connection to a DVR box. Installation for analog security camera systems does not require complex network infrastructures, giving these systems a lower entry price than IP solutions.
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You’ve probably done sales promotions in your quick service restaurant before — do any of these sound familiar?
Make Things Personal Again at Your Restaurant
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Here are some of the most common ways that employees commit theft against QSRs and how to detect incidents faster, gather evidence and prevent thefts from happening in the future.
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