At Trusol, we understand the e-safety parameters regarding any locally recorded footage of school children as well as the minimum security measures the schools will expect and we are experts in getting the most out of CCTV systems.
CCTV systems have advanced greatly from the days of grainy images stored on video tape. Implementing an IP CCTV network that meets your schools needs requires careful thought. Getting the right equipment, camera coverage, reliability, accessibility to recorded footage and ensuring a good backup of all your CCTV data requires some expert help. As part of our “best value” approach, we understand that an ideal IP CCTV network needs to be low cost, reliable and easy to manage too.
We always use IP CCTV systems where signals from cameras, microphones, and sensors are digitally encoded and transmitted along a digital network to PC based recording and playback systems. This means that images are higher quality, usually HD and can be stored easily without degradation. Signals are passed along the school network and cameras are usually powered from the network (PoE) meaning that there is no requirement for dedicated power points or special cabling in inaccessible camera locations.
Images are recorded on a local machine in the school and digital recordings are available for instant replays locally or remotely. On top of that, it’s all backed up over your network too.
To ensure security the part of the network used for IP CCTV is digitally locked and cannot be accessed by other network users. Playback and remote access is subject to strict control.