Sony was founded in 1946, just after the end of WWII. Sony started as a small company with capital of just 190,000 yen and approximately 20 employees.
Founder Masaru Ibuka said the purpose of setting up the company was to "establish an ideal factory that stresses a spirit of freedom and open mindedness that will, through technology, contribute to Japanese culture." Symbolizing Sony's spirit of challenge to "do what has never been done before," the company has continued to release countless "Japan's first" and "world's first" products.
Sony Archives showcases the pioneering products that Sony has given the world as well as a variety of documents. We hope these exhibits will give visitors a sense of Sony's Monozukuri spirit of craftsmanship.
Our range of video security products for surveillance includes IP Cameras, 4K security cameras, wireless security cameras, network recorders, CCTV cameras, encoders, software and we can tailor full security video camera systems to specific requirements. We make it easy to transition from analogue to digital – our hybrid security solutions enable integration between older and newer models across the Sony range, and even other manufacturers' products.
CCTV (closed-circuit television) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV relies on strategic placement of cameras, and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere.
There are two types of security cameras systems, Analog and IP (sometimes refered to as network cameras). Here is a very basic explanation of how they work and what the major difference is between analog surveillance systems an IP camera systems. ... The cameras are connected to the DVR using transmission cables.
The thing is, security cameras need connection (power supply) whether battery or electricity; any one of those. ... Most CCTV cameras are powered by 12V via a power box or power adaptor. Unless you have a UPS or power backup the cameras and recorder will also be powered off if there is no electricity.