Vectron Systems Australia presents a revolutionary surveillance system that builds on existing analogue cameras, allowing venue owners to add digital IP cameras in the hot spots for superior clarity.
Installing an analogue CCTV system will in theory, meet the legal requirements. However, when it actually comes down to investigating an incident or variance, it is unlikely the images rendered by the analogue system would be of any use. Moreover, adding more cameras to cover blind spots may push the total number of cameras over the dreaded 16-unit limit, which would then require a second DVR.
The venue owner is left with the choice to keep adding more DVRs or completely dispense with the analogue cameras and go digital all the way, which means starting from scratch with all expenses included.
Vectron’s new VR Hybrid surveillance system offers an extremely flexible setup through its ability to integrate with a number of different digital as well as analogue cameras on a single consolidated platform.
Ideal for surveillance upgrades at venues that want to retain their existing compatible cameras, this technology also suits the needs of new setups that aim to achieve the optimum level of protection by combining a range of different camera types such as day and night dual lens cameras for the parking area, infrared dome cameras for dim-lit lounge/restaurant spaces or 360-degree dome cameras to cover the bar area.
Vectron’s new VR Hybrid surveillance system supports up to 100 IP cameras or a combination of up to 32 analogue cameras and the rest as IP cameras in one seamless setup. Venue owners can also choose from various screen divisions, multiplex or full screen mode for better monitoring. Secure, remote viewing makes the venue instantly accessible for scrutiny from any location using the internet.
Vectron believes that a system upgrade does not have to be a cost upgrade. Vectron will assess the existing system to retain any compatible cameras and recommend high quality IP cameras only in areas where required.
Vectron’s new VR Hybrid surveillance system is completely scalable, and suits the needs of both large and small venues.