According to Statista, the revenue from IP Based CCTV cameras was 116 million in 2016 and projected to reach 154 million in 2017. Slowly but steadily, companies of all sizes and individual residences are making the switch from analog cameras to IP based Security Cameras.Why is this so? IP based CCTV offers unique advantages.
The most significant selling point of IP Cameras is that they capture high definition megapixel images. While an analogue camera can only achieve around 2-4-megapixel photos, our IP Cameras are capable of up to 4K video quality.
As is the norm, even with digital cameras, the more the pixels, the better the image quality. That means the video quality of IP cameras is very high which translates to better security.
Our standard IP cameras come with Face detection, line crossing and motion detection and the NVR controls all of these functions to allow you to search for these functions by time date and event. NVR—Network Video Recorder—is the storage used in IP based CCTV Camera.
The DVR used in analog systems is initially less costly, but NVR does so much that in the larger scheme of things it proves to be cost-effective.
The principal function is that NVR manages the video surveillance requirements of IP based Home Security Cameras or IP based company security cameras. In addition, NVR forms the foundation of overall data management and storage needs of an IP based security system.
Over the years, IP surveillance systems have established themselves as the faster and more reliable solution. The speed makes the system efficient.
Also, an IP based CCTV system is laid over a network. That means it is possible to access the video files remotely either via a mobile app or cloud storage. Such access adds flexibility.
It is impossible to exhaust all the benefits of an IP Based CCTV Cameras. One thing is for sure; you cannot go wrong with such a system.