Current technology not only allows you to record and control installation via closed circuit TV. Using IP cameras, and some software manufacturers, it is possible to reach an intelligent video analysis that serves as a real support for the control and management of the site.
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Following the rapid growth of market surveillance, IP cameras today represent an important trend for the future of video monitoring.
Similarly, they have successfully implemented surveillance systems based on IP (Internet Protocol) with -a hundred times thousands, of cameras that include various applications in trade, transport, education, city surveillance and banking system .
As the implementation and understanding of the safety management over IP networks expands, it becomes the future of advanced security management.
In this sense, the analog camera, shows a lack of flexibility and performance that does not meet the demands of this new market requirement. "The migration to open systems and distancing from the DVR, combined with the advantages of networking, capture and manipulation of digital images and intelligence of the cameras, will mean a strong impetus for continuous rapid adoption of the digital network camera and its many advantages."
Therefore, among the different opportunities over and over (digital and analog) technology, they can express their differences as well:
1) End to interlace problems. This phenomenon occurs because an analog video signal, even if connected to a DVR, all images are integrated by lines and each image is formed by two interlaced fields. Thus, the image is blurred when there is movement in a digital network, through "progressive scan" image greatly improves and there is greater clarity even with a high degree of movement.
2) Power over Ethernet increases savings and reliability. Achieving power to an analog camera has always been an obstacle and a significant cost. Thanks to the PoE technology a digital network, you can use the same network cable for both video data to power, which saves on the cost of installation and wiring. It also allows also integrated cooling or heating without the need for additional cables.
3) Resolution megapixel and HDTV functions. The current digital network cameras offer full HDTV functions in accordance with the SMPTE HDTV standards, among which include: - Resolutions of 1280 x 720 or 1920 x 1080 pixels in 16: 9 format - Full frame rate of 25/30 or 50/60 images per second - wider spectrum of colors than standard TV As a result, the security sector benefits from completely sharp images with exceptional detail.
4) Intelligence at the camera level. This feature allows license plate recognition, people counting and tracking objects, among others. Intelligence at the camera level empowers a means of monitoring much more productive and effective than is possible with a DVR or other centralized system.
5) Control PTZ and input / output integrated. With an analog PTZ camera, the serial communication that controls PTZ movement requires cabling separate from the video signal, which is expensive and cumbersome. The digital technology enables network cameras PTZ control over the same network that transports the video. In addition, they can integrate input and output signals such as alarms and locks control. All this amounts to less cable, less money and increased functionality and integration potential.
6) Audio integrado. Para algunas aplicaciones, el audio se está haciendo cada vez más importante. Con un sistema analógico, el audio no es posible salvo que desee establecer líneas de audio independientes al DVR. Una cámara de red digital soluciona este problema al capturar el audio en la cámara, sincronizándolo con el vídeo o incluso integrándolo en el mismo flujo de vídeo, y devolviéndolo después para la supervisión y/o grabación a través de la red.
7) Secure communication. With an analog camera, the video signal is carried by a coaxial cable without any encryption or authentication. Thus, anyone can intercept the video or, what is worse, change the signal of a camera by another video signal (some will remember from the movie Ocean's Eleven). In the case of digital network video, the camera can encrypt the video being sent over the network to ensure that it can not be viewed or tampered.
8) Options flexible and cost-effective infrastructure. Unlike analog systems, video sequences based on IP you can be routed around the world using a variety of interoperable infrastructure standardized including both fixed and wireless networks.
9) A real digital solution. In the system of network digital cameras, images are digitized once and they stay digital throughout the process; no unnecessary conversions or image degradation.
10) Lower total cost of ownership. Studies show that in system configurations with more than 32 cameras, the initial cost of a surveillance system based on network cameras is even lower when compared to analog options.
Finally, IP-based networks such as the Internet, LANs and various connection methods such as wireless can be leveraged for other alternatives of traditional coaxial and fiber cabling.
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