Close Circuit Television (CCTV)
Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) is a type of TV system in which signals are not publicly broadcast but it can be monitored, primarily for surveillance for security purposes.
CCTV depends on the strategic placement of cameras, and observation of the camera’s input on monitors somewhere. Because the cameras communicate with monitors and video recorders across private coaxial cable runs or wireless communication links, they gain the designation “closed-circuit” to indicate that access to their content is limited by design only to those able to see it.
Modern CCTV displays can be color, high-resolution displays and can include the best features like the ability to zoom in on an image or track something and someone through the best features. Talk CCTV allows a supervisor to speak to people within range of the camera’s associated speakers.
CCTV Cameras are very important to monitoring some places in particular to prevent theft, and for the businesses, control inventory and to maximize productivity. CCTV Security Cameras can are also helpful in monitoring places that are too risky for people to watch themselves. Some examples are the exteriors of a certain building and other quiet areas.
Benefits of CCTV Cameras:
- Crime deterrent
- Monitors activities
- Collect evidence
- Decision Making
- Keep records