Is your building as secure as it should be? CCTV surveillance systems for Broward Buildings present the perfect way to enhance the safety and security of your facility without a proportional increase in your payroll expenses. Originally developed for public use as a measure to improve the security of banks, (CCTV) surveillance is now available for personal, private, and commercial use. Advanced Control Corporation, an industry-leading provider of closed circuit television surveillance technology, will design a closed circuit television system logically tailored to meet your building automation surveillance needs, which will secure your building and its inhabitants.
Advanced Control’s skilled and qualified professionals will use a mixture of camera types when carefully constructing your closed circuit television surveillance system to ensure your building security system provides full coverage:
- Network (IP) Cameras
Network (IP) camera systems transmit images, signals and data over a high-speed Ethernet link using internet protocol. Versatile and compact, they provide unmatched video resolution for the money, and give you with the ability to monitor your building with video surveillance via the web from anywhere in the world. Typically, several IP cameras are deployed together with a digital video recorder (DVR) or a network video recorder (NVR) to form a seamlessly integrated video surveillance system.
- Fixed Position Cameras
Fixed position cameras are stable and rugged, engineered to last with swivel heads and telescopic mounts with adjustable swivel heads. They can be used both indoors and outdoors, on wall or ceiling mounts, and are available in a variety of colors, finishes, and camera values to fit your budget. Tying fixed position surveillance cameras to a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR) provides an economical alternative to having a security guard watching a CCTV monitor 24/7.
- Pan/Tilt/Zoom Cameras
Pan/tilt/zoom, or PTZ, cameras offer a greater range of view; users can use the lens settings at its widest angle for general viewing, and then zoom in for a closer inspection when indicated. Rather than remaining trained on one spot, PTZ surveillance cameras give you the ability to view up-and-down, and side-to-side, virtually eliminating the security issue of individuals avoiding areas they are aware are being seen or recorded. You can easily view the entire front and sides of your building, simply by using the keypad or joystick controller to direct the PTZ camera in the direction you wish to observe, or by programming a user defined watch tour.
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
Thermal imaging cameras are an excellent surveillance and security option for any Video Surveillance System that requires the ability to view objects in low light or extreme lighting conditions. All objects, whether manmade or natural, emit infrared energy as heat; thermal imaging technology detects the most subtle temperature differences to reveal what would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. The high-performance thermal imaging cameras Advanced Control provides as part of our complete CCTV solutions capture footage in complete darkness and in all weather conditions, to eliminate the vulnerabilities conventional surveillance systems can have.
To safeguard your premises and high-value assets, the complete closed circuit television surveillance system Advanced Control designs for you can provide instant alerts when trouble occurs, significantly reducing the threat of crime, theft, and destruction. When tied to a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR), our CCTV surveillance systems also provide a first line of defense against nuisance lawsuits by recording any incidents allegedly occurring on the premises.
Advanced Control Corporation has built a solid and respected reputation for providing the best in building automation in South Florida since 1987, helping business owners increase security, reduce energy costs, and improve their building’s efficiency. Contact Advanced Control Corporation today at 954.491.6660 and let our experts show you just how secure your building can be.