Video surveillance systems have become increasingly popular over the years, with businesses and homeowners alike investing in these systems to enhance security and deter crime. In this article, we will discuss the typical surveillance camera installation locations in commercial and residential buildings, as well as the various types of cameras available.
At NexGen Digital Solutions, we provide comprehensive video surveillance solutions to meet the specific needs of our clients. Our team of experts can help design and install a custom system that will provide maximum coverage and protection. Let’s take a closer look at the types of cameras and installation locations.
Commercial buildings, such as offices, retail stores, and warehouses, require a different type of surveillance camera system than residential buildings. The size of these buildings requires cameras that can cover large areas, and the high foot traffic necessitates cameras that can capture detailed images of people and vehicles.
Some common locations for commercial surveillance cameras include entrances and exits, parking lots, and loading docks. Cameras installed in these areas can help prevent theft and vandalism, as well as monitor employee behavior.
Bullet cameras are commonly used in outdoor commercial settings as they are weather-resistant and can capture detailed images from a distance. Dome cameras are also popular for indoor commercial settings, as they can be mounted on the ceiling, with some types of Dome cameras offering a 360-degree view of the room.
In residential buildings, security cameras are typically used to monitor the perimeter of the property and prevent intruders. The most common installation locations for residential surveillance cameras include front and back doors, driveways, and outdoor spaces such as patios and decks.
Turret cameras, which have a compact design and can be mounted on walls or ceilings, are popular for residential settings as they can be discreetly installed and provide a wide-angle view. Dome cameras are also commonly used in residential settings for their versatility and ability to be mounted on the ceiling or wall.
Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras, or PTZ cameras, are another option for both commercial and residential properties as they can be remotely controlled to pan, tilt, and zoom in on specific areas, providing more flexibility in monitoring specific areas. Some higher-end PTZ cameras even offer “Auto Tracking” capabilities. These advanced cameras utilize advanced AI-trained algorithms that enable the camera to automatically zoom-in, focus, and follow Pedestrian, Motor Vehicle, and non-Motor Vehicle subjects moving across a scene based on a set of predefined rules.
As a full-service provider, NexGen Digital Solutions can design, install and maintain a custom video surveillance system that fits the specific needs of your property. Our team of experts can provide consultation on camera placement and the type of cameras needed to ensure maximum coverage and security.
We offer a wide range of cameras, including bullet, dome, turret, and PTZ cameras, to fit your specific needs. Our team is trained to handle any size project, from a small residential installation to a large-scale commercial project.
In addition to our installation services, we also offer maintenance and repair services to keep your system running smoothly. Our team of experts can troubleshoot and repair any issues that arise, ensuring that your property is always protected.
In conclusion, video surveillance systems have become a necessity for both commercial and residential properties to enhance security and deter crime. At NexGen Digital Solutions, we provide comprehensive video surveillance solutions to meet the specific needs of our clients. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help secure your property with our state-of-the-art surveillance systems.