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Idea Technosolutions Pvt.Ltd is leading IT solution & Security service Provider Company which provides the international level customize solution for high, medium and small standard organizations. Also Diversified into E promotion activity which help our Valued client to fine their prospective. It is a Bhubaneswar based company under a very high class working environment. We have been constantly working with both local and international clients to provide them the best quality service and support. We focus on customer satisfaction by providing the 100% customer’s demands and expectation.
Webdesign, manage, build and maintain high quality solutions for a wide range of businesses and individuals. We have built our business by working with clients to ensure the solutions we develop are profitable for them. Idea Technosolutions Pvt.Ltd with its vast experience, in-house R&D team and technical know-how, is fully equipped and capable of providing world-class solutions, customized according to the needs of our clients. We believe our employees are our greatest asset in the knowledge economy and continuously try to nurture and employ the best brains in all possibilities to cater most effective solutions to our client. IDEA TECHNOSOLUTIONS PVT.
LTD. is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of Closed Circuit Television products. We specialize in providing an extensive range of CCTV cameras, and performing research and development in Camera DSP for other renowned manufacturers. In the age of high competition, IDEA TECHNOSOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.
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UAS installs and services a wide range of Closed Circuit Television Systems to meet all of your security and operational needs. Key Benefits and Value: Capturing Clear & Reliable Images: The UAS Digital CCTV System automatically records video from your cameras for up to the last 60 days. With digital video, you will no longer have problems with changing tapes, fixing broken recorders and viewing poor quality video tape images. If your security needs require it, extended term digital video storage is always available. A prospective criminal on your property is likely to have serious second thoughts when he sees himself displayed on one of the monitors, and is aware that the video of his image is being captured.
Viewing Video From Your Mobile DeviceThe UAS Digital CCTV System enables you to monitor your unit from your mobile device. Simply download the RAVEN app and your system can be easily accessed and viewed from your fingertips. Viewing Video From Your PCThe UAS Digital CCTV System enables you to monitor your unit with a PC from virtually anywhere. Using the remote monitoring software, you can access the system and see almost everything that you would see if you were physically on-site. With this UAS service, you are able to see if employees are present, customers are being properly served and operations are running smoothly.
Improving ServiceBy remotely monitoring your location, gain a deeper insight and control of your operations including customer service, employee behavior, unit maintenance and general operations. Saving Money with SoftwareThe UAS Digital CCTV System is software-based system that can be easily maintained and upgraded without the expense of replacing outdated hardware.
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Closed-circuit television Cameras can produce images or recordings for surveillancepurposes, and can be either video cameras, or digital stills cameras. Closed-circuit television is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. Though almost all video cameras fit this definition, the term is most often applied to those used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, and convenience stores. In industrial plants, CCTV equipment may be used to observe parts of a process from a central control room, for example when the environment is not suitable for humans. CCTV systems may operate continuously or only as required to monitor a particular event.
A more advanced form of CCTV, utilizing digital video recorders, provides recording for possibly many years, with a variety of quality and performance options and extra features. More recently, decentralized IP cameras, some equipped with megapixel sensors, support recording directly to network-attached storage devices, or internal flash for completely stand-alone operation. Surveillance of the public using CCTV is particularly common in many areas around the world. An analog surveillance camera begins with a CCD sensor and then digitizes the image for processing. Before it can transmit the video, it needs to convert it back to analog so it can be received by an analog device, such as a video monitor or recorder.
Unlike IP cameras, analog have no built-in web servers or encoders and require no technical maintenance. The ultimate benefit of this over analogue CCTV systems is greater flexibility, better performance and easier installation.
CCTV cameras: The spies in our midst
Big Brother is watching you more closely than ever: CCTV cameras, the spies in our midst By John Kampfner. The march of CCTV cameras – which now recognise your face from half a mile away – is remorseless. Don’t get so agitated, a minister in the last Labour government once told me, most CCTV cameras do not work anyway. The act promised to restore freedoms through the scrapping of plans to issue everyone with identity cards, to force relevant authorities to ‘have regard’ to a code of practice about surveillance cameras and to implement checks and balances to the various state-run schemes that challenge our notions of privacy. ‘The rapid advancement of digital technology means that 16-megapixel, high-definition cameras are now very affordable,’ he has warned. Now, thanks to software called Intelligence Pedestrian Surveillance, cameras are capable of facial recognition, facial comparison and even ‘gait analysis’, to spot people walking suspiciously.
Twenty years on, cameras are used both to solve crimes, from muggings to abductions, and to help in searches. Big Brother Watch, a group set up to challenge policies that threaten our civil liberties, and to expose the true scale of the surveillance state, reported recently that 100,000 cameras are in use in schools – and astonishingly with as many as 200 inside toilets and changing rooms. The proportion of crimes actually solved by cameras is believed to be low. Above me several cameras were filming away, on public and privately owned buildings, pointing at the scene. For the most part, the public appears to support cameras – while having little idea of how much they are being filmed.
Most cameras are installed without public consultation.