Introducing video surveillance systems
Video surveillance systems are seen everywhere for a good reason – they make management easier and bring you a peace of mind. When it comes to maintaining security and deterring theft and vandalism, people opt for solutions such as hiring security guards, placing alarms on gates, and installing surveillance cameras. Some surveillance cameras are equipped with nighttime recording, lights, and alarms and others simply serve to record high quality videos.
Take DiSS DI-PMB80 4K 180° Panoramic H.265 Mini Bullet Network Camera for example, it is a very useful surveillance system. First, with its 120dB Super WDR, the DiSS Network Camera gives excellent performance even when the ratio of the luminosity of brightest and darkest is up to 120dB. Second, it supports ultra large external microSD/ SDHC/ SDXC card storage up to 256G. Third, with 10 detection modes, its video content analysis enhances the performance bringing comprehensive surveillance. Fourth, the DiSS Network Camera delivers up to 4K resolution at 15 frames per second (fps), providing users with ultra-high-definition video viewing experience.
Do you know that a thermal camera can manage surveillance activities as well? And have you ever seen one in Hong Kong? Thermal imaging technology is the essence of a thermal camera. It is a contactless imaging procedure that makes it possible to see the thermal radiation (electromagnetic radiation emitted by a body based on its temperature) from an object or body otherwise invisible to the human eye (mid-wavelength infrared). To put simply, a thermal camera captures and displays temperature distribution across surfaces and objects. Look around next time you head out and maybe you can also spot a thermal camera in Hong Kong!