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Video surveillance devices, designed to work over an Internet protocol (IP), are allowing users to obtain the cost-effectiveness, flexibility, and remote accessibility of a digital technology. IP-networked systems are particularly popular in large-scale enterprise networks where thousands of cameras are installed to monitor a multitude of locations.
The wide network of legacy analog cameras is becoming increasingly expensive and difficult to replace. In the future, digital video recorders (DVRs) that convert analog images into digital format for transmission over an IP network are likely to be a critical component of video surveillance solutions.
"Analog-to-digital converters are becoming vital components of security cameras and a tool to compete with traditional charge-coupled device (CCD) wide dynamic range cameras," says the analyst of this research. "With such a converter, the translation to a digital signal occurs at the point of capture, rather than through a separate converter device.
 
When Wireless is the Only Alternative More and more organizations today are seeking to install video cameras in remote locations to help them monitor operations from afar and ensure their safety and security. These organizations include police or fire departments in charge of homeland security, shopping centers involved in corporate security, or even news stations that provide around-the-clock coverage of unfolding events. Oftentimes, these organizations are being challenged to install video surveillance in areas that are physically hard to reach, or too expensive to reach via traditional leased lines or fiber. To meet the needs of organizations requiring real-time video surveillance capabilities - wireless broadband is the answer. 24x7 Video Surveillance – Anywhere, Anytime RADWIN’s WinLink 1000 point-to-point solution can be set up and deployed instantly. The solution transcends physical and geographical boundaries, and transmits real time video and data from one remote location to an organization’s central control office - at distances of up to 80km/50 mi. Based on WinLink’s plug-and-play nature, organizations can set up a virtually unlimited number of units, even in the most difficult urban locations and rough terrains. Unlike wireline connections, WinLink 1000 can be relocated and redeployed quickly when needed - with no added expense.
IP-networked surveillance systems are particularly popular in large-scale enterprise networks where hundreds, or even thousands, of cameras monitor a multitude of locations," observes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Michael Valenti. The demand for digital equipment has been a direct offshoot of the growing reliance on IP-networked surveillance systems. However, there is much reluctance from end users to go completely digital due to the heavy investment in existing analogue cameras. IP networked systems promise previously unimagined flexibility, scalability and interoperability. Where video was once to be viewed centrally by an operator, it can now be seen and controlled by a large number of people, in a variety of places on a surprising array of devices. Anywhere the network goes.
Seamless Integration:
In developing our IP components, Suraj Informatics has acquired in-depth knowledge and rea field experience, insuring a seamless integration of IP surveillance systems. Our hard-won expertise can significantly reduce the risks for the system-integrator, giving end-users the certainty of a reliable system and the piece of mind it brings.
Video Quality:
Suraj Informatics offers DVD quality video for the most reliable analysis of both live and recorded incidents. Excellent video quality gives operators an edge, allowing them to quickly and correctly assess incidents, facilitating prompt initiation of proper procedures and protocols. Intelligent features are essential elements that enhance the effectiveness of an IP surveillance system. They assist the operator during critical situations, instantly providing them with what they need to know rather than flooding them with unnecessary, extraneous information. Embedded intelligence maximizes the operator’s effectiveness and efficiency.
User Friendly
Suraj Informatics systems are easy to operate. We use intuitive, self-explanatory products that accelerate the learning curve. Our extremely user friendly interface provides only the most relevant information, maximizing operator efficiency , High availability is a must for a mission-critical IP surveillance system. Our maintenance-free products are designed for a long technical life span under all conditions. Rugged components in combination with seamless integration guarantees high availability and a reliable IP surveillance system
 
Wireless Video Surveillances:
Wireless surveillance takes two proven technologies – Broadband Wireless transmission and networked video surveillance – and combines them to overcome many of the obstructions that end users face when attempting to deploy remote surveillance and monitoring systems today. Whether you are deploying new digital IP cameras or analog cameras with telemetry features, capturing images and recording them locally or streaming data back to a central location, a broadband wireless network can help you extend your town centre or campus scheme to outlying locations rapidly.
The Wireless Advantage
When it comes to providing security protection outdoors, organizations are often faced with major cost and installation nightmares. For a growing number of the most security-sensitive organizations, fixed wireless networks offer reliable, affordable surveillance networks that can secure the toughest outdoor environments. There are a number of reasons why more organizations are choosing wireless for their security networks: • Fast, easy to deploy. Depending on the outdoor location, fiber is not always available. Wireless, on the other hand, can be deployed virtually anywhere, including bodies of water, rugged terrain, and remote locations. Wireless networks install in hours, eliminating long waiting periods and right-of-way issues associated with trenching for fiber.
When Wireless is the Only Alternative
More and more organizations today are seeking to install video cameras in remote locations to help them monitor operations from afar and ensure their safety and security. These organizations include police or fire departments in charge of homeland security, shopping centers involved in corporate security, or even news stations that provide around-the-clock coverage of unfolding events.

Oftentimes, these organizations are being challenged to install video surveillance in areas that are physically hard to reach, or too expensive to reach via traditional leased lines or fiber. To meet the needs of organizations requiring real-time video surveillance capabilities - wireless broadband is the answer.
24x7 Video Surveillance - Anywhere, Anytime
Suraj informatics wireless solution can be set up and deployed instantly. The solution transcends physical and geographical boundaries, and transmits real time video and data from one remote location to an organization’s central control office - at distances of up to 80km/50 mi.
 
Features:
 
 
TCP/IP Network Video Reorder Surveillance System
 
Very low network bandwidth required
 
Creates separate network loop (backbone) for the IP camera systems
 
128 bit encryption with firewall protection allows cameras and data to be secure from hackers inside as well as outside the network.
 
Manage alarms, control PTZ cameras,
 
Supports 16 to over 1,000 IP cameras that use M-JPEG compression
 
Multiple Video servers can be managed easily over a standard 100 Base T Ethernet all monitored by a standard browser.
 
Full Support for PTZ Cameras with click on picture controls.
 
Choice between storing event based video or full time recording
 
Built-in secure web server and VPN capabilities.
 
In-image motion detection or external contact triggering.
 
Includes all hardware and software needed.
 
Very easy to expand