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Old Aug 9, 2017, 3:40 AM   #1
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Default Benefits of Ip Camera Wireless

More than 24% of American households with broadband Internet connectivity will also have an Ip camera wireless by the year of 2020.



What an Ip camera wireless Is


An Ip camera is similar to a closed-circuit television camera in that it is also used for security and surveillance purposes. An Ip camera wireless can transmit data over the Internet or computer networks unlike closed-circuit cameras. Ip camera wireless are networked and digitized, unlike closed-circuit televisions.

Advantages of Ip camera wireless


Remote viewing: You can have remote viewing without having to buy additional hardware/software. You do not have to be in the same room as the monitors for Ip camera wireless and can send the footage and feeds to any location. No matter where you are, you will still be able to check video clips of the areas covered by your Ip camera.
Enhanced video resolution: Ip camera wireless systems are capable of up to 24-Megapixels, which is going to help with your digital zoom and allow for a more detailed image which can be especially useful in applications requiring facial and/or license plate recognition.
Communication device: Ip camera wireless can work like a two-way intercom. You can have a conversation over the said platform of an Ip camera wireless, which make it perfect for the home, where you do not have to open the door in order to talk to the person knocking outside.
Send or store the footage anywhere: With Ip camera, you can literally send footage anywhere as long as you have an Internet connection. Ip camera can record direct to a cloud, on board memory card or a network video recorder.
Adjustable resolution and frame rates: Ip camera wireless will allow you to adjust the camera resolution and frame rate to account for network and bandwidth limitations. They also allow you to have hard drive and storage limitations.
Alerts: Ip camera can be set up to automatically send you e-mails, SMS or push notifications to alert you of motion and sound activity that it detects.
Minimal cables: Many Ip camera wireless only need a few cables in order for you to set them up. There are even some Ip cameras that is completely wireless.


Intelligent Video


Some Ip camera wireless comes with intelligent video, which is a digital technology that comes with an analytical program or software. This intelligent video technology is going to enable you to track a moving person, search for a particular object, count the number of people entering your home, and trigger alerts or alarms.


Higher Bandwidths


Many Ip camera wireless uses up 1 to 2 Mb/s of bandwidth, which gives you high-definition video with around six to ten, frames per second with a H.264 codec. If you need higher resolution footage and greater frame rates, then you need an Ip camera wireless with more bandwidth. You can easily determine how much bandwidth you have available and easily adjust the frame per second and resolution of your Ip camera wireless to work within this available bandwidth.
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There are a number of benefits to using IP surveillance over other closed circuit systems. In addition to the digital nature of the recording media, the cameras offer practical advantages over the alternative closed circuit security systems. These benefits are further detailed next.

Coaxial Cable Not Necessary
Because the cameras operate over a broadband, Wi-Fi, or cellular network, it is not necessary to install coaxial cable for each of the cameras to work. An IP surveillance system transmits over the Internet or network, without the need to install other software or add additional monitoring equipment. Because sound and data can be transmitted over an Internet connection, separate audio cables are not required. Audio can easily be transmitted and recorded for surveillance purposes.

No Camera Limit
There is no limit to the number of cameras that can be installed on an IP surveillance network. As long as there is enough of a signal or broadband strength to transmit data, cameras can be installed as needed.

Remote Accessibility
Because the cameras are installed over a network, they can be configured to be accessed remotely. This capability allows for users to login and view the recorded video at any time from any location. Remote access is particularly desirable for a third-party who may need to monitor security and for personal access of a home or property when a person is not on location.

Image Quality
The high resolution graphics recorded on a digital IP camera provide clear images for viewing and reviewing. The clearer the image, the easier it is to discern faces, objects, people, and other details filmed by the camera. There is no loss of quality in recording images or reviewing recordings, as all data is recorded digitally rather than converted from analog to digital. In analog systems, there is a decrease in image quality the further a signal and the further the data has to travel.

Video Management
Video data is easily accessed, reviewed, and scanned in a digital format. Because all of the data is recorded in a digital format, it is easily accessible for playback. Any recorded data or real time data can be quickly reviewed from any location. In a location where there may be too much data to review lengthy recorded files, software can be purchased for a more advanced system with built-in analytics. This intelligent system will respond to pre-programmed commands such as motion detection, audio detection, tampering alarms, and event management. A specific event can be programmed to which the system will respond. All of this data can then be recorded and organized in whatever way is beneficial to the user, including by camera, location, date, or event type.

Integration with Other Systems
A digital system that is organized around existing Ethernet or Wi-Fi networks can easily be integrated with other systems that run on the same networks. For example, in a retail business, this may include integration with point of sales systems, or in building or property management this may include integration with security and alert systems.

System Based on Needs
Because IP surveillance cameras do not require additional cables like closed circuit systems do, the network can be as small or as large as it needs to be. It can be easily expanded at any time, and other systems can be added to the network at any time without having to drastically change infrastructure.

Cost Effective
Because little infrastructure is required for installation and use, IP cameras offer a more budget friendly solution than the traditional closed circuit systems. Most homes and business already have some type of network in place upon which to install the IP cameras. As previously mentioned, if a network is already in place for point of sales or alarm systems, piggybacking a video network on these systems is inexpensive. Because these systems can operate regardless of the size of the network, it is only necessary to purchase the number of cameras that are required or that fit within a specific budget. Purchasing monitors is not a necessity since the images can be viewed over the Internet from any computer.

PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Some of the higher end IP cameras have the ability to operate over the network without a power supply, hence the name PoE or Power over Ethernet. The ethernet cable provides the necessary power for the camera to operate.

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