CCTV Security Cameras

providing peace of mind for your business

Our CCTV systems provide peace of mind for you, your business property, staff, and clients. 

With over 10 years of experience in CCTV installation services, you can rely on us to provide you with clear, jargon-free guidance. From internal CCTV systems to multi-camera night vision CCTV and video management solutions, we supply and install all types of CCTV systems to monitor office space, business premises, grounds, buildings, and traffic. 

CCTV Installation Services

Our team cover the entire South West region and have all the latest knowledge to advise you on everything from enterprise business parks to office spaces.

Our CCTV camera systems use power over ethernet (PoE) which requires only one cable to power the device and stream footage. All footage is then sent to a network video recorder (NVR) which is used to store and access the footage. We can supply a wide range of security cameras depending on the intended use, including dome, bullet, fisheye and pan and tilt cameras. 

What are the Benefits of CCTV Camera Systems?

  • Deter theft and vandalism
  • Provide CCTV footage for evidence
  • Health & safety compliance
  • Help with insurance claims or criminal investigations
  • Reduce insurance premiums
  • Provide peace of mind

CCTV Security Camera Features

Having CCTV security cameras installed at your premises acts as a crime deterrent, monitors activities inside and outside your premises and provides valuable evidence when needed.

Mobile App Feed

All our CCTV security recording systems can be linked to your smartphone or tablet (iPhone, iPad, Android, or PC-based devices) so that you can remotely monitor your CCTV from anywhere. 

Automatic Number Plate Recognition

Automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) allows the CCTV camera to capture and store vehicle registration data in such a way that it can be searched for and retrieved later. This is the same technology used by the police. 

Facial Detection

Facial detection allows the camera system to recognise faces and store them in such a way that they can be logged.

Which security camera should I choose?

Installing CCTV cameras is an effective way to measure and increase the security of your business site. Some examples are below:

Dome CCTV camera

Dome Camera

Small with a rounded dome and robust structure design, dome CCTV cameras have high quality and clear imaging against a strong backlight and have a wider view range than traditional security cameras. Other than being more conspicuous than traditional cameras, they are also water and dust resistant.

Bullet CCTV Camera

Bullet Camera

A good robust structure design sporting a tubular shape and instantly recognisable on the side of a building, bullet cameras have high-quality imaging against a strong backlight. They are also water and dust resistant, and exceptionally good for general-purpose recording.

Fisheye CCTV camera

Fisheye Camera

Ideal for getting clear visibility over a large open plan building, including warehouses and car parks. Fisheye cameras offer panoramic views or 360-degree views of their surroundings. Water-resistant and vandal-proof, fisheye cameras are robust security cameras.

Pan Tilt Zoom CCTV camera

Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera

The pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras work by moving in different directions either manually or autonomously to get a whole picture of a large area. The CCTV camera can be operated in real-time or on a schedule and allows the camera to turn and track. This makes it ideal for following a target.

Network Video Recorder

Network Video Recorder (NVR)

The network video recorder (NVR) processes and stores the video information received from CCTV security cameras. This is the central storage device where footage is kept and is where you would download footage. This can be complemented with cloud storage options and the ability to export to DVD.

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