Video Surveillance

Commercial Video Surveillance 

CCTV Security Camera System

Video surveillance systems are not only a proven deterrent of theft and criminal activity, but also gives a complete picture of a business to increase safety and improve security. A video surveillance system involves strategic placement of security cameras, monitoring motion and activity, generating alerts, transmitting footage, and storing that footage.

The latest in video surveillance systems now feature remote and mobile access to live feeds and for playback. Hosted and cloud-based storage systems have less hardware limitations and provide tremendous economies of scale and flexibility.

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IdentiSys has experienced local consultants and trained service technicians located nationwide to handle your commercial video surveillance project from start to finish.

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Professional Services

  • Expert Consultation
  • Project Management
  • Configuration Services
  • On-Site Service & Installation
  • Remote Support & Services

Upgrade Existing System

  • Upgrade or replace equipment to existing analog or network video system
  • Add equipment to existing analog or network video system
  • Modernize and hybridize existing equipment
  • Integrate existing systems with access control and alarm

New System Installation

  • Stand-alone security cameras
  • Multi-video camera system
  • Smart rules-based automation
  • Integration with a new or existing access control and alarm

Types of Security Cameras

Your video surveillance system can be tailored to your requirements with many camera styles and various configurations available including wide dynamic, multi-lens, 360-degree and fisheye.

Analog CCTV Security Cameras

Analog Cameras

For existing analog systems where additional cameras are required, there are a number of analog cameras to choose from with many available housing options. Analog camera systems are affordable and can be sufficient for remote monitoring depending on the application.

Box Security Cameras

Box Camera

Box security cameras point just in one direction, but are reliable and generally cost effective compared to other security cameras.

Dome Security Cameras

Dome Camera

Dome security cameras are designed to conceal the true orientation of the camera. When someone can't tell which way the camera is pointing, they often assume it is pointing in all directions — a great deterrent.

PTZ Security Cameras

PTZ Camera

Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras look similar to a dome cameras but can pan and zoom without needing to manually adjust the camera. PTZ cameras are controlled via s security terminal, smartphone app or programmed to operate automated.

Bullet Security Cameras

Bullet Camera

Bullet security cameras get their name from the way they look. Bullet cameras point just in one direction, but are very adaptable and typically are better weather proofed compared to dome cameras.

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic security cameras, also known as 360-degree cameras, face in all directions and can be a great forensic tool. Some rooms will not work with these cameras as they require an unobstructed field of view in all directions.

Thermal Imaging Security Cameras

Thermal Imaging Security Camera

Thermal imaging security cameras detect activity in total darkness, through smoke, fog, rain and haze. Thermal imaging cameras are ideal for applications where artificial light is either unavailable or restricted.

Fortified Security Cameras

Fortified Security Cameras

Fortified security cameras are designed to deliver the highest-quality video in the harshest environments and conditions. High- and low-temperature cameras systems survive in the hottest and coldest of temperatures.

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