Video Surveillance Software
Outdoor surveillance systems, particularly those built on budget-friendly IP cameras, are an essential security asset for many properties. However, these systems are prone to specific challenges that can compromise their efficiency, including false triggers caused by rain, snow, and insects. Lets delve into these issues and explore potential solutions using smart software and proper installation techniques.
For those who own outdoor surveillance systems, you might have observed that during nighttime, when it rains or snows heavily, the monitors screen becomes nearly indecipherable. If the rain or snow is mild and the camera operates in motion detection mode, it might start recording at every snowflake or raindrop that flies by. This not only clutters the storage with unnecessary footage but also makes it extremely difficult to find relevant recordings later on. Instead of capturing important events, the screen is filled with a sequence of flying snowflakes or raindrops.