Productivity of any organization depends on its effectiveness in putting the right people in the right place at the right time. Besides, an organization also has to safeguard its physical assets. These two seemingly contradictory requirements lead to challenges in finding optimum balance between productivity and security. They are inherently human oriented, complex and challenging to automate. Security depends on having the right answers to Who, What, Where and When. Defining, controlling and monitoring entries and exits at each site, zone, floor, area and location is necessary. No two organizations have identical attendance and leave policies. Some organization may follow different timings and holidays for its different facilities like corporate office, factory and branch offices. Furthermore, people working at different levels in the same department need different time-attendance and access control flexibility. It is a tedious task to identify a solution that meets the exact needs, integrates seamlessly with its existing IT/ERP infrastructure and tracks peoples’ movement effectively. Matrix COSEC is an adaptive, modular, scalable and function rich solution designed for large, medium and small enterprises encompassing up to one million users and 65,000 entry points scattered across 1,000 locations.
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.