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In the present-day context, security has emerged as a matter of utmost significance, particularly for individuals and businesses striving to safeguard their assets and people. While conventional video surveillance systems have long been relied upon, they come with inherent limitations.
Intrusion Detection can be used to detect persons entering or leaving a virtual area within the cameras field of view. Unattended Object Detection detects unattended objects or objects left behind. Missing Object Detection detects the removal of a predefined asset from a scene. Face Detection detects and tracks faces in the cameras field of view.

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The NVR eliminates these problems, because it is instead connected directly to a network. IP cameras that are connected to the same network, usually by way of a PoE switch, are then able to transmit footage to the NVR. Systems based around an NVR are much easier to scale up than DVR systems, simply because they can accept a new camera once it is added to the network. In the worst case, all that would be required is an additional PoE switch. Some IP cameras are also wireless and can transmit footage to the NVR over Wi-Fi.
Explore unparalleled surveillance solutions with SmartVision , enabling hassle-free IP camera recording, local video archiving, and offering advanced features like object detection and face recognition.
For those seeking more extensive capabilities and flexibility, SmartVision integrates seamlessly with the Video Surveillance Cloud service.

Surveillance Software

When diving into the realm of surveillance systems, we encounter two primary classificationsAHD (Analog High Definition) and IP (Internet Protocol) systems.
AHD systems have been a conventional choice for many. Their main drawback is the requirement to lay cables during the construction phase of a building. Each camera in the system needs a separate cable leading back to the video recorder. This can be cumbersome and limit flexibility when rearranging or expanding the system.
IP systems, while still benefiting from cable installation during construction or renovation, present a more flexible alternative. With IP systems, only one network cable needs to lead to the computer. This design allows for easy modification of the systems layout. Moreover, IP systems unlock additional capabilities, including video analytics, processing on multiple computers, and the integration of wireless cameras and devices.
SmartVision stands out as a free software solution for video surveillance. It facilitates recording from IP cameras, creating a local video archive, object detection, facial recognition, and time-lapse recording. With its premium version, users can integrate with the Video Surveillance Cloud service.
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