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Controlling who can and can’t enter your property or parts of your property is an essential step to having a secure business (or home). This process is something that some businesses try to do simply with signs. Many learn that this doesn’t work. You need to take steps to ensure access control. Somerton businesses need access control, just like every other business.
CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television and it is what many people think of when they think of cameras for their security and protection. These cameras are used for a variety of purposes, including safety, security, employee monitoring, and peace of mind. What the cameras are and how they work are questions that many people have. Today we are going to answer those questions and more.
Access control is a necessary step in the modern world to protect both your property and your staff. You need to know who is getting onto your property and ensure those you don’t want, aren’t there. An access control system does this for you. These systems are designed to either grant or deny access to a property.
If you are looking to get a security system, you might have heard the term fisheye camera. In many cases a fisheye camera doesn’t look any different from any other security camera. The term has been Googled by a number of people and some have found an answer while some have not.
A PTZ security camera is a type of security camera that has been around for a little while now. They have become an essential part of securing properties both commercial property and home property. PTZ stands for pan, tilt, zoom and that describes the general purpose of these cameras. Let’s get into more detail.