Corporate Security Now Uses the Latest in Framegrabber Technology
Posted by: Site Administrator on Monday, February 13, 2012 at 12:00:00 am
The average corporate building has been using video surveillance cameras for years to keep their building safe at all times. Today the average security surveillance system consists of a number of digital video cameras that are linked via a framegrabber to a central computer. With this type of system the video feed from each camera can be displayed on multiple screens for one or two security officers to monitor and at the same time be recorded into files on the hard drive for archival purposes.
The Framegrabber Provides Frame by Frame Viewing
If there should happen to be a break in, the images processed by the framegrabber makes is possible for the security staff to review the feed from each camera one frame at a time, this way they can see exactly what happened and to attempt to identify the perpetrators. This type of video recording can also be used to spot the point at which a fire started in the case of a fire; this can help to determine Whether or not it was not arson.