Here’s How it Works
With local video surveillance, cameras are wired to a DVR (digital video recorder) device to store your video footage. Most DVR devices have enough memory to retain 30 days of stored video. You can utilize IP camera if you’d like to network cameras together to connect to a LAN (local area network). IP cameras have a higher resolution than analog cameras, which can be handy for pinpointing specific details in your video footage. Wireless cameras can be connected to your existing wireless network, and through wireless technology, video recordings can be stored remotely on our cloud server, giving you access to more storage space than a DVR will provide. All of our surveillance systems can be accessed remotely using a PC, tablet or smartphone.