Video Surveillance

GigaKOM provides the industry’s best solutions for video image surveillance in local network, and hosted environments. 

We promote IP based video surveillance and recording solutions and professional installations to insure the best solution for your organization.


Save Money- Deploy your video surveillance system over your existing high speed network, eliminating additional cabling required of analog systems.  Ability to integrate existing Analog systems extending current investments while providing greater benefit.  Unified Video Surveillance provides for greater flexibility and reductions in monitoring costs through advanced event monitoring and alerting / notification capabilities.  IP technology can eliminate costs for tapes and tape management.

 Save Time-  GigaKOM will design and deploy your video surveillance system using standard video and computer hardware, thus reducing maintenance costs, and protecting your business environment.

 Quality Assurance-  Partnering with the industry’s leaders in video surveillance cameras, software, and servers. GigaKOM ensures your surveillance system performs on industry best practices and standards insuring longevity and high reliability.

 Greater Performance-  Unified IP Video solutions provide greater benefit and can be easily integrated with:

  • Security Systems (Access Control, Door Monitoring, Alarming and Security lighting)
  • Revenue Protection (Integration with Point of Sale systems to record transaction and cash handling)
  • Building Management (HVAC systems and lighting control for safety, security, and energy savings)

 Higher Resolution and Camera Control– IP cameras have surpassed analog systems in their resolution and control functionalities enabling systems to provide greater coverage of areas and higher detail of events.

 IP Network Video is now overtaking CCTV as the standard for video security and surveillance. This transition is inevitable due to the many advantages IP provides compared to CCTV systems:
Lower Cabling Costs CAT5 network cabling costs a fraction of the co-axial cables used in CCTV and the cable runs are typically much shorter.

  • Remote Monitoring - CCTV cameras don't support remote monitoring whereas IP cameras allows direct connection to the Internet making them accessible (with permission) from any PC or - with newer cameras - a cell phone.
  • Scalability - IP Video Systems can be scaled as simply by adding network cameras in increments of one, and industry standard storage (i.e. hard disks) to the file servers. Expanding a DVR-based CCTV system means adding camera capacity in units of 16 for the proprietary DVR, and installing the complicated and expensive cabling of CCTV cameras.  
  • Remote Management and Recording - In large, multi-site installations, IP offers large savings over CCTV systems by letting you centralize control i.e. you can view cameras, record video and manage operations from anywhere. This eliminates the need to duplicate staff, room and storage equipment at each location as is the case with CCTV.  
  • Remote Data Storage - Video data can be recorded and stored remote from the cameras, resulting in better data security.
  • Better Security - The automated and advanced features of IP vs. CCTV Cameras (such as e-mail notification upon detected motion) provides automated, real-time event notification, which allows better analysis and a timelier decision/response to events and thus, a better chance at prevention.

With advantages such as these for IP vs. CCTV, it’s easy to see why IP video now the standard for video security and surveillance!


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