Modern security has changed the way home and on-premise security for businesses is carried out to make sure business owners and homeowners feel safe and protected in any situation. In years past, basic CCTV security systems were used to record footage of activities that were ongoing around a building but now there are more features that allow for remote access and transmission of alerts. You can now buy a camera that is WIFI connected and view the security feeds on your phone anytime you want. A modern security camera is designed to be easy to install and store the video feeds on cloud storage. This will make it easy to access the recording in case the camera is tampered with. To show you the way modern security has improved, we are going to look at five modern camera technologies you should decide on using to set up your security system.
This camera has LEDs that replace an outdoor light on your home. It is easy to install, and it is a onetime purchase. The amazing bit about Netatmo Presence is that it does not look like a CCTV camera. It is easy to mistake the camera for a sensor, and very few people notice that they are being recorded. The camera costs approximately $299.99.
Ezviz Mini 360 Plus
Ezviz Mini’s notable feature is how it pan’s and tilt’s. It is able to rotate at 360 degrees and tilts both up and down to view the entire room. Additionally, you can control the camera through a phone app. The camera tracks movement automatically, and has a 1080p sensor, night vision, and a two-way audio capability. It costs approximately $79.99.
Ring Video Doorbell 2
The Ring Video Doorbell 2 alerts you that someone is at the door and it helps you to communicate with someone at the door via tablet, phone, or a computer. It has a 1080p streaming capability, and it costs approximately $199.99.
Pro-Vigil Remote Surveillance
The Pro-Vigil business security system is one of a kind, customizable and easy to install. It is weatherproof, meaning you can install it anywhere in the compound without worrying about rain. It is triggered by motion and can be activated at the first sign of a threat.
This system takes less than 10 minutes to install. It is Wi-Fi enabled and offers statistics of the temperature, humidity, and air quality of the room. It has a microphone to record unusual noises like dogs barking or breaking of glass, and motion detectors, both of which kick-start the camera to start recording. The recordings are saved in the cloud in different subscription packages. It costs approximately $169.00.
The current homeowner and business owner desire for flexibility and customization is changing the ways security and technology is produced. To make it happen, technological advancements have made it possible for people to log-in to live feeds of the camera, get notification alerts of intrusion, and even have systems that can detect motion and store recording in the cloud.