Video Surveillance Systems

Introduction

Video surveillance systems is a technology that monitors actvity in a building or an area, in which signals are transmitted from a televison camera to recievers by cable. In the older days, you would install a video and hit record on a VCR and be able to see what the cameras saw. If a situation occured, you were able to go back and watch the video and see what happened after the fact. In todays time, video surveillances can be monitored in real time, 24 hours of the day and now allows you the ability to react to a incident as it occurs.

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