Pitfalls to avoid when implementing an IP network surveillance system

May 2010
Electrical Solutions (18340644);2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the factors to be considered in the implementation of Internet Protocol (IP) network surveillance system to ensure its efficient operation. It states that IP-based video surveillance systems have advantages over analog solutions that are important to effective deployment of video surveillance activities. It says that the determination and delivery of the required power, as well as specification for every unit are important consideration during the installation process.


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