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Our discreet security/surveillance solutions allow you to record hundreds of hours of HD video from a multitude of cameras and securely observe from anywhere in the world on any device with internet access.


EYEBALL CAMERA   This is a directional camera, which means where you set it, it stays. Eyeball cameras will look like a sphere that has had a large slice taken out of it. Typically, they have a lens in the middle of that slice along with some IR emitters. Side note: IR emitters allow a camera to see in the dark, albeit in black and white.

EYEBALL CAMERA

This is a directional camera, which means where you set it, it stays. Eyeball cameras will look like a sphere that has had a large slice taken out of it. Typically, they have a lens in the middle of that slice along with some IR emitters. Side note: IR emitters allow a camera to see in the dark, albeit in black and white.

DOME CAMERA   Essentially the same as Eyeball cameras but with a dome around the lens instead of a Death Star-looking thing.

DOME CAMERA

Essentially the same as Eyeball cameras but with a dome around the lens instead of a Death Star-looking thing.

BULLET CAMERA   Looks like a cylinder mounted on a stick. The far end of the cylinder has a lens and IR emitters—again, directional camera. These are great for situations where you need to mount a camera on a wall, which is very popular when trying to cover the side of a building or a parking lot type situation.

BULLET CAMERA

Looks like a cylinder mounted on a stick. The far end of the cylinder has a lens and IR emitters—again, directional camera. These are great for situations where you need to mount a camera on a wall, which is very popular when trying to cover the side of a building or a parking lot type situation.


PTZ CAMERA   Same features as the boardroom version we talked about earlier. Pan, Tilt, Zoom. These can be set to modes to scan a room constantly, and even to stop at an event that creates motions and focus on the event. These can also be controlled remotely by a user to look around an area. These have been most popular in casinos.

PTZ CAMERA

Same features as the boardroom version we talked about earlier. Pan, Tilt, Zoom. These can be set to modes to scan a room constantly, and even to stop at an event that creates motions and focus on the event. These can also be controlled remotely by a user to look around an area. These have been most popular in casinos.

Fish-Eye camera   This is the newest and coolest tech. To really understand these, you’ll probably need a demo, which we will provide. A fish eye captures an entire room and its raw display looks like a funky circle with a whole bunch of warped images in it which our brains don’t really recognize right. However, with the right software, you can scan a room or a recording in real time and look anywhere in that video as if it was a camera filming a TV show. You can view anywhere in the room from the camera’s mounted perspective. Again, ask for a demo if you are not familiar. The software which makes this possible is called de-warping software. All EAV solution staff have the Geo Vision app on their phone and are able to demo upon request

Fish-Eye camera

This is the newest and coolest tech. To really understand these, you’ll probably need a demo, which we will provide. A fish eye captures an entire room and its raw display looks like a funky circle with a whole bunch of warped images in it which our brains don’t really recognize right. However, with the right software, you can scan a room or a recording in real time and look anywhere in that video as if it was a camera filming a TV show. You can view anywhere in the room from the camera’s mounted perspective. Again, ask for a demo if you are not familiar. The software which makes this possible is called de-warping software. All EAV solution staff have the Geo Vision app on their phone and are able to demo upon request

NVRs   There are two specs which are very important for NVRs: camera capacity (referred to as channels) and storage space. NVRs typically start around 8 channels and go up to 128 per device. Storage space is actually determined not as an amount but as how many hard drives an NVR can house. Hard drives are constantly coming with a larger and larger capacity so the amount of actual storage an NVR could have is a function of hard drive spaces multiplied by the amount of storage on a hard drive. Take, for example, a Geo Vision recording server. This unit houses 20 hard drives and, as of now, Geo Vision sells 10TB hard drives to make for a 200TB server. This is a lot of space today, but as camera qualities improve, this can get used up quickly.

NVRs

There are two specs which are very important for NVRs: camera capacity (referred to as channels) and storage space. NVRs typically start around 8 channels and go up to 128 per device. Storage space is actually determined not as an amount but as how many hard drives an NVR can house. Hard drives are constantly coming with a larger and larger capacity so the amount of actual storage an NVR could have is a function of hard drive spaces multiplied by the amount of storage on a hard drive. Take, for example, a Geo Vision recording server. This unit houses 20 hard drives and, as of now, Geo Vision sells 10TB hard drives to make for a 200TB server. This is a lot of space today, but as camera qualities improve, this can get used up quickly.


Future

Future cameras will connect directly to the internet and not bother with an NVR.  They will have storage built in to the cameras for when the network is down so data is not lost.  Long term storage will be cloud based.  This is already happening, we have a robust option for clients that insist on being at the cutting edge of technology

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