With high-definition home surveillance cameras in and around your Glenview home, you can monitor activities real-time whether you’re in the house or halfway around the globe. Receive live video streams of entrances to see who’s at the door, interior areas, the perimeter, or even check on the kids playing in the pool all from the same touch screen that controls your home entertainment system or from your smart mobile device. Camera types include pan-tilt-zoom, covert, long-range, nanny cams, and more. Activity is documented on a digital recorder or on a cloud so you can play back at your convenience.
Keep track of your Winnetka property with closed circuit television. A CCTV system, sometimes referred to as a video surveillance system, is a way to shoot video content that can only be stored and viewed by you. CCTV cameras can be hardwired or wireless, and they can be placed throughout your property to ensure total video coverage of all your rooms or perimeter. Store information on an onsite recorder, remote unit or on the cloud. Viewed and controlled remotely, CCTV cameras mean you don’t have to be in your spaces to know what’s going on with them.
Cloud Video Storage
Don’t fill your extra spaces with obtrusive storage servers. Free up space and maintain full access to your data across all of your devices with cloud storage. Share information, keep track of home surveillance footage and access your Highland Park home from anywhere via a smart and secure wireless storage connection. Keep costs low by only paying for the storage you use with an instantly scalable system than can grow with you and your smart home – without taking up space. Gain access to a wide variety of applications and resources that help you manage the information throughout your systems.
The Alarm.com Image Sensor is simple to install—no wires to run for setup, power or signal communication. It uses the dedicated wireless connection of the Alarm.com system so there is no need to connect to a router. Its integrated camera with infrared LED flash captures images when motion is sensed, even at night. Convenient wall mounts allow for corner or flat wall mounting at a variety of angles so it’s easy to place in any room to capture snapshots of activity day or night.
Analog vs. High Definition
HD cameras are by far the best choice for homes and businesses because they are the current innovation when it comes to surveillance technology. While the two will get the job done, there are fundamental differences between their modes of operation. They provide high resolution and offer extremely high quality video as opposed to analog types which can be grainy. The best HD units out there allow for extremely clear facial and license plate recognition. They also have high zooming capabilities and can zero in on items at over 100 feet away. Their average resolution is usually around 3 times better than that provided by analog devices. High resolution cameras are also very flexible in the way they render and optimize video making it crystal clear for the viewer.
Remote Video Monitoring
Internet protocol cameras are exactly what they seem: cameras that connect to the internet to share information. Unlike analog surveillance cameras that require hardwired connections in order to send and receive data, IP cameras utilize the internet and computer networks to communicate with storage devices to store content on a central hub or in the cloud. Home monitoring systems let you access and stream real-time surveillance footage on your tablet, smartphone, computer and television no matter where you are, which can help keep your Glencho home safe and secure at all times. IP cameras are essential for maintaining security in the twenty-first century.
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