CCTV is the use of video cameras to send out a signal to a specific, small set of monitors. Many stores use cctv as a theft prevention deterrent. Cctv is widely used for surveillance. CCTV is generally used in areas that need heightened security. Banks, casinos, and airports and military installations often use CCTV in addition to security patrols. Mostly, cctv systems allow images to be recorded.
These recordings can be used in case of any theft, security breaches or other incident.
In a number of large industrial factories, cctv equipment is often used to watch parts of the factory from a control room. Cctv systems may operate non-stop or only as required to monitor a particular event or during business hours. Each camera within a cctv is hard wired and has a secure radio signal that links it to the viewing and recording equipment. This restriction is both for security reasons and also to protect the personal privacy of those one the images. A closed-circuit television used for surveillance may deter crime by being "a closed circuit ".
Large companies now perform closed-circuit television and video surveillance across a number of platforms.
Many times these companies often use securely linked closed-circuit television systems that are connected to a central monitoring and recording facility over the Internet. Call 9818.380.304 for basic and tailor-made CCTV surveillance solutions