Avignon VMS

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With our CCTV, you can see what you've been missing

Our Vivotek and Avigilon ranges let you see beyond the blur and open up a whole new world of survaillance. With cameras from 2-29 Megapixel, you never have to miss a moment, no matter how far away you need to see.

Click HERE to see the Avigilon PRO in action

CCTV that really works

We offer the latest High Definition IP cameras going up to an incredible 30MP in some cases. From small discreet cameras to full military grade heat sensing cameras, we can provide a complete solution to protect and assist. Our incredible fisheye cameras can be placed in the centre of a room or warehouse to give complete 360° coverage live and on playback.

Our highly scalable recording solutions, or Network Video Recorders (NVR) as they are more commonly known, that can be built to allow for many months’ worth of coverage. For greater efficiency, you can also enable Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) to quickly search videos corresponding to particular modes (includes motion detection, foreign/missing object, out of focus, and camera occlusion) to screen for critical recordings.

Other intrusion devices can be added to systems for trigger alerts to be immediately sent to mobile devices to allow you to act immediately. Live coverage can then be viewed on your smart phone, to view the situation and act accordingly before it’s too late.

Vivotek IP Cameras from CHECK

Vivotek are the market leaders in IP camera design and manufacture. Innovation, excellent build quality and superb partner support has led to their domination of the mid-priced high spec CCTV camera sphere. We’ve been installing Vivotek cameras for over 4 years and in that time we’ve seen the company produce incredible cameras, including the innovative FE8181 HD 360 degree camera.

Here’s a video overview of the FE8181.

QNAP CCTV Recording

Professional Video Management System With high megapixel cameras and fisheye cameras getting increasingly popular, specific features for these kinds of applications are highly thought of. With its next-generation interface, Surveillance Station 5.1 maximizes the usability of high-resolution and fisheye footage and increases the management efficiency of surveillance systems.

Local DisplayThe QNAP NAS with Surveillance Station Local Display function can perform monitoring and playback by using an HDMI display to deliver live Full HD (1920x1080) video monitoring. With the playback and speed control shuttle bar, you can fast-forward and rewind the video by dragging the button respectively. QNAP QvPC technology provides a straightforward way to reduce the total costs in your SOHO and SMB environment.

Live ViewWith Surveillance Station, users can easily manage & monitor multiple IP cameras on a real-time basis using web browsers, and attain first-hand status of monitored areas. You can directly manage your PTZ and fisheye cameras and flexibly monitor every desired area and detail. With default display modes and user-defined views, you can easily and flexibly manage your surveillance system.

QNAP Dewarp Technology for Various Monitoring ApplicationsQNAP’s Qdewarp is a generic fisheye dewarp technology that works without affecting original recordings. With Qdewarp, if the fisheye camera is on our capability list, you can choose from many dewarping modes in the remote monitoring page for various monitoring applications, and are not limited to vendor-specific dewarping modes. For more information, please refer to the tutorial.

Virtual Camera with Image CroppingMegapixel cameras have become mainstream for larger recording areas and higher resolution footages. You can define a focused area, such as an exit, as a virtual camera on the Surveillance Settings page. You can simulate up to four virtual cameras as extended cameras of a physical camera. No additional camera licenses are required. You can view physical cameras and virtual cameras in the same view. For more information, please refer to the tutorial.

What we can do for you

In today's uncertain world, protecting your business or premises, whether that threat comes from the inside or out, is a priority for you. Surveillance cameras can provide you with that assurance.

In recent years, huge advances have been made with image quality and recording devices, and this is thanks to IP technology. Check have become market leaders in the installation and maintenance of these platforms.

Although old analogue systems still prevail, IP surveillance systems provide far greater image clarity and definition, allowing you to review coverage to give a comprehensive picture of events.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Crime Prevention through visible high performance cameras

  • Prides an excellent Health and Safety tool

  • Monitor your premises remotely from a mobile device

  • Insurance reduction

  • Advanced analytics to help you keep track of your site

  • Advanced Number Plate Recognition can help track visitors or intruders

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