Telexper video surveillance solutions give shopkeepers, store managers and security experts the opportunity to access real-time video 30 frames per second, at any time from any computer anywhere.
IP video products and devices provide an easy way to capture and distribute high quality video over any kind of IP network or the Internet. The video can be stored at remote locations for convenience and security, and the information can be transported over the LAN or Internet. Island-wide and nation-wide retail chains can make effective use of a network video solution for security surveillance and remote monitoring purposes.
Put the cameras wherever you want, integrate applications, and leverage your investments
IP video products are not tied to physical inputs or frame grabbers. They can be connected to a LAN, xDSL, modem, wireless adapter or cell phone. Basically wherever you can receive a phone call on your cell phone, you can receive video images and even audios from an IP video solution.
Migrating your analog CCTV system
With an IP video solution, you can integrate your existing analog system with products that bring it up to speed with the latest IP technology.
Take advantage of functionalities such as remote pan/tilt/zoom, Power over Ethernet (PoE), Wireless (WiFi/ZigBee), Megapixel, audio and video motion detection.
Integration with other systems
IP-based video surveillance has the capacity to provide a high level of integration with other equipment and functions, making it a continually developing system. You can have your point-of-sales system.
Save money and lower total cost of ownership.
With a digital IP solution, maintenance costs are low since it makes use of your existing network infrastructure and involves few moving parts. Nevertheless, image quality is high, leading to easy identification of people and a clear view of transactions. In contrast to traditional video tapes or CCTV whose image quality gets lower the more they are used, the image quality you get from an IP digital solution remains consistent over time.
For a retail chain, feeding video into a single control room where a centralized security team can access and act upon the video information saves operating costs - compared to having one dedicated CCTV control room at each store.