Recent Advances in Camera Technology

We've all seen it. The blurry, grainy still image from a security camera posted in the media, looking for a subject that barely looks human in the footage. Those days are in the past, or rather should be. The level of technology available to the general public now far exceeds what was available only to government only a few years ago and far less expensive that you can imagine. 4K cameras are now the basic standard. True WDR and Starlight technology allows for full color images, even at night. Some cameras use their own integrated...
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Security in Rural Areas

Security in rural areas can be challenging. The first problem we face is lack of police coverage and poor response times. Police in our area are underfunded with not enough resources to cover the geographical area. Late at night this problem is compounded with even fewer officers available who could be on a call an hour away. For this reason, we home and business owners have to take a more active approach with security. A silent alarm system waiting for police who may not arrive in time is not going to cut it. Your security system has...
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Important Things to Consider While Planning Home Security

Your home is supposed to be the safest place for you and your family. Home security should be a multi-layered approach. At the core is your alarm system but ideally only the inner layer. Door sensors, motion sensors, smoke and heat detectors, leak sensors etc. Your outer layer should be comprised of the latest camera technology with prominent placement in key areas. CCTV camera technology has come a long way in the past few years. 4K or higher resolution, true WDR technology gives you full color images, even at night, and AI sensing...
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