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What you need in a video surveillance system depends on the type of coverage you need. The basic elements are a camera, a recorder and a viewing and monitoring system.
Determining how many bells and whistles each component will have comes down to the reason for the system, which helps determine camera resolution and coverage, frame rates, storage location and capacity.
Our free download, “The Technology Manager’s Guide: Tips for Buying Surveillance Technology,” describes the five general uses for video surveillance and which type of camera is best suited for each function.
A video surveillance system can result in
- Theft and robbery prevention
- Reduced employee costs with a combined monitoring station
- Increased rents by creating a safer environment
- More foot traffic by reducing area crime
- Information for scheduling maintenance and repairs
- Reduced liability incidents
Furthermore, a well-defined RFP determines the accuracy of proposed solutions, reduces or removes frustration throughout the installation and maximizes the effectiveness of the system and its components.
Learn how to create an effective surveillance technology RFP by reading this FREE guide.