CCTV (Closed circuit television) is an acronym for closed circuit television technology. Unlike television, signals are not transmitted explicitly. CCTV systems are often used for surveillance of areas such as banks, airports, military sites, etc. In addition, security, commercial, private and so on CCTV applications for individual purposes can also be.
The camera is the beginning of the video surveillance system. The camera is a device that generates images for control and viewing points. The cameras can be fixed or mobile in the system.
Observe the theft and violence that can be experienced in companies,
Inspection of sensitive areas, including safes and confidential documents,
Provide video information when the product is removed from a specific area, integrated into a designated product tracking system,
Monitoring of potential accident sites,
Observation of traffic on a highway or bridge,
Provide a video when entering / leaving people by working integrated with access control systems,
DVR (Digital Video Recorder), CCTV applications used to record images, is the name given to the device. DVRs store video or image information from video cameras on an internal hard disk drive. These are the recording media that are distinguished by high quality image reproduction and a low noise ratio. They are able to detect dangerous situations and call them instantly if you wish. In addition, it can be controlled via the computer network. It provides instant live access to the desired time or event in the recorded material, instead of the difficulty of winding the tape for hours as in videocassette systems.