CCTV surveillance is highly effective in crime prevention, protection and detection and – when installed, used and maintained properly – can act as the ultimate security deterrent. It is also, however, the most complex and expensive part of the electronic security package. An essential part of our service is to assist customers in understanding and deciphering their specific, individual needs and requirements and, as such, design the best CCTV surveillance system available.
A common misconception is that any CCTV system will allow the user to easily identify individuals through monitoring or recordings. In reality, however, the quality of imagery will rely heavily on the quality of the chosen equipment used. It is important to weigh up the capacity as well as limitations of various equipment options against your specific requirements before your purchase and installation.
The following four examples help to understand the different types of images available when cameras are installed. There are usually different images required in different areas of the premises, and so it is important that each camera has the correct specification to produce the image required.