Web Camera Surveillance and Security Systems

There are two types of camera surveillance systems you can choose for your installation. Option number one is Analog camera systems which are Dumb Cameras that feed into a controller usually using a COAX cable and the controller box displays and records video, as well as the ability to feed the images to the internet. Option number two is Smart Web Cameras with each camera being a computer with the capability to stream directly from the camera as well as built in motion detection and night filtering options. Both systems can have the ability to stream to the internet, in both cases you need internet, power and you also need you router programmed to pass the streams to outside world.

It used to be the dumb camera systems were cheaper to install, although now it is revealed the cost of IP surveillance cameras have dropped below analog for midsized installations. Our company specializes in IP surveillance cameras.

Axis Communications announces the results of an independent study comparing costs of an analog versus an IP video surveillance system. The study demonstrates that an IP-based system represents on average 13 percent lower cost than a corresponding analog system.

The study is based on a survey of integrators actively selling and installing both analog and IP-based professional surveillance systems. They were asked to provide bids for both types of systems for a retail store with 14, 25 and 40 cameras. For all three scenarios, the IP-based system turned out to come in at a lower total cost than the analog.

“The benefits of modern IP technology become evident when looking at the full system solution, including cameras, recording, storage and installation,” says Bodil Sonesson Gallon, Vice President, Global Sales at Axis. “A similar study from 2007 showed that an IP-based surveillance system was more cost-efficient in installations where the number of cameras exceeded 32. We now see that the IP cost advantage is valid also for systems with lower number of cameras.”

The study was conducted by Lusax, a research group at Lund University in Sweden, specializing in understanding the dissemination of new IP and IT-based technology within the global security market. Professor Thomas Kalling, Head of Lusax, is not surprised by the results. “The market for IP security products has developed rapidly and is much more mature than only a few years ago. The cost differences are becoming insignificant and focus can shift to the real advantages that come with the superior functionality of IP solutions, such as image quality and flexibility, the factors that really drive return on investment”, he concludes.

Absolute Computer Design has been working with Axis Communications webcams since 1995, and over the last 10 years has found no better solution for web camera surveillance and webcam marketing. Axis is an IT company offering network video solutions for professional installations. The company is the global market leader in network video, driving the ongoing shift from analog to digital video surveillance. Axis products and solutions focus on security surveillance and remote monitoring, and are based on innovative, open technology platforms. Axis is a Swedish-based company, operating worldwide with offices in more than 20 countries and cooperating with partners in more than 70 countries. Founded in 1984, Axis is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, under the ticker AXIS. For more information about Axis, please visit our website at www.axis.com.

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