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    MCC Approved CCTV Integrators & Security Camera

    Bharti Technologies is one of the foremost CCTV camera providers setting up installation solutions for CCTV security cameras, DVR, PTZ Camera, WDR camera, IP Camera, CCTV control room and CCTV security monitoring room in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. We do Infrastructure Solutions for CCTV camera, DVR, PTZ Camera, WDR Camera, IP Camera, Cable running, Cable conduits, CCTV Security Camera, setting up CCTV control room, setting up state of the art CCTV security monitoring room with the large scale development in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, the need for CCTV Camera and other Security Camera and surveillance solutions and services has risen greatly, but with a lack of experienced solution providers and equipment specialists, many organizations are left with little choice.
    Bharti Technologies is proud to offer our services in the Middle East with a specific focus on the UAE.

    Remote CCTV Camera Surveillance

    Remote access CCTV allows you to watch CCTV cameras from anywhere. Control live and recorded video and respond to alarms and actions. Great for Government and retail solutions.
    Bharti Technologies provide domestic to large-scale industrial solutions covering single to 1000’s cameras deployed up to a global scale. Some solutions allow watching videos on monitors to PCs and mobile phones. The deployment and installation of CCTV cameras in Dubai and Abu Dhabi for any kind of business or house requirements are guaranteed by us.

    CCTV Camera Supply & Installation Abu Dhabi & Dubai

    Bharti Technologies is the byword for supplying CCTV cameras in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. We supply CCTV Cameras to a very large market from small domestic products to industrial and military-grade security equipment. With access to hundreds of manufacturers, we can deliver the right solution for your needs.
    We can design and implement bespoke large-scale systems including building security and retail management systems designed to protect assets and profits as well as protecting the health and safety of the public.
    The primary function of a CCTV Security camera is to convert light into a video signal. All CCTV Security cameras require an optical lens to focus the light onto an image sensor located directly behind the lens inside the CCTV Security camera.
    These camera systems are either analog, IP-based or hybrid. Different types of CCTV Security cameras are Box Cameras, Zoom Cameras, Dome Cameras, PTZ Cameras, and IR Cameras. We have a huge selection of closed-circuit Security Cameras for Business or home security solutions. We’ve got everything from your standard bullet CCTV cameras, which offer extreme versatility to fit various surveillance setups to infrared dome-shaped cameras.
    If you’re thinking about installing a new video surveillance system, then you have to decide between an IP or analog video format. The intent of this article is to provide some information and perspective that will help you in making that choice.

    What is an analog video security system?

    Cameras on a modern analog CCTV system send their video in the traditional baseband format over coax or UTP cabling back to a digital video recorder (DVR). Here, a video is digitized and stored on hard drives. Most modern DVRs are a network devices, and as such can be accessed remotely from the LAN, or with the proper configuration, from across a WAN or the internet. There are no tapes to change. The video is kept on hard drives, typically on a FIFO basis so there is always a rolling video archive of the past X days. So, despite the fact that video is being transmitted from the cameras in an analog format, live and recorded video is still available over the network.
    Note: This is technically a hybrid system since the video is recorded and retrieved digitally. But, in the industry, the term hybrid system typically refers to a system that has some IP cameras and some analog cameras. So, we refer to a system that uses all analog cameras as an analog system.

    What is an IP video security system?

    IP video cameras broadcast their video as a digital stream over an IP network. Like an analog system, a video is recorded on hard drives, but since the video is an IP stream straight from the camera, there is more flexibility as to how and where that video is recorded. The DVR is replaced with an NVR (network video recorder), which in some cases is just software since it doesn’t need to convert analog to digital. Video footage can then be stored on new or existing network RAID drives as directed by the NVR software.

    What is a Hybrid video security system?

    Hybrid CCTV systems combine IP and analog video and can be a great way to transition an analog system to IP without needing to replace all of the existing cameras. Many NVR boxes on the market today are actually Hybrids in that they accept analog cameras, and IP cameras and combine them into a single platform for the user.

    Why Choose an Analog System?

    Cost. IP video security systems are generally more expensive, and sometimes a LOT more expensive. But, because the systems are designed differently from the ground up, there are situations where the cost difference between analog and IP is minimal, and even scenarios where IP video is cheaper. More detail on the cost differences later.

    Why Choose an IP System?

    Resolution. One of the biggest factors driving interest in IP video systems is the high resolution that they can offer. Analog cameras max out on a resolution at about 580 TVL which equates to roughly 0.4 megapixels. High-end IP cameras, on the other hand, are currently available at resolutions above 5 megapixels. This high resolution, in turn, gives users the ability to zoom in on video after the fact, and still have usable video.
    Another benefit to IP video is that it is much more compatible with wireless. Wireless analog systems are available, but they either have to convert to IP anyway and broadcast over the 802.11 IP network (which adds cost for encoders), or they get crammed onto the over-saturated regulated frequencies and often encounter interference.
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