CCTV Installation Fleet Hampshire (GU51): CCTV systems and security cameras have become widespread in Fleet over the last 10 years or so, mainly due to technology improvements and ever reducing costs. Nevertheless the security benefits can be forfeited if equipment is installed improperly or the layout of the CCTV system has been poorly designed. To avoid any installment problems and get the best from your security camera system it's best to use a professional Fleet installation service with lots of CCTV experience.
TYPES OF CCTV SYSTEMS
Analogue Systems - These are the traditional camera setups that can monitor and record activity over a multi-camera installation. Analogue systems can be setup to provide constant recording of video or take still frames and transmit them to a locally sited DVR (digital video recorder) for storage. The DVR should have the facility to copy stored data across to an external device, like a USB stick, or could have an inbuilt CD or DVD recorder to enable images and video to be given to the police for evidence purposes. While a lot of DVR's have access to the internet as standard, they're designed to operate as a standalone system.
Internet Protocol Systems - Using Internet Protocols (IP), these cameras connect to a wireless intranet or internet connection to transmit their recorded images. Each camera has got a unique IP address which is used to connect them to a DVR or computer system. IP systems can additionally send video footage, alarm notifications and images direct to your smart phone, therefore adding an extra bit of security by preventing a burglar or intruder from removing video evidence from a local DVR. Security needs to be carefully set-up to avoid other individuals from tapping into your videos.
Cloud Based CCTV Systems - Use a secure encrypted gateway to record camera footage to "cloud" storage. Providing that your CCTV equipment is able to connect to the internet, either through a router as in IP cameras, or via an analogue DVR system, they'll be capable of accessing cloud based storage. These CCTV systems are normally used along with security monitoring companies who'll charge a monthly or annual fee to keep your property in Fleet monitored.
LIGHTING FOR CAMERAS
Most cameras on the market nowadays come equipped with some type of integrated infrared lighting to provide video recording in even the gloomiest settings. Infrared cameras capture black and white images but will still produce similar resolution to that recorded in daylight. If you think that the resolution using infrared cameras is not good enough for your needs, you might be able to install extra security lighting to generate something closer to daylight. Such security lamps can generate "daylight" conditions for your cameras, as well as delivering bright lighting when any motion is detected by your camera.
Be thoughtful if using traditional security lighting with CCTV, so as not to bother neighbours or shine directly onto a road.
CCTV AND THE LAW
If your CCTV cameras capture images from any part of public areas or a neighbouring property you're governed by Data Protection Act regulations. This Act does not mean that the use of CCTV cameras are illegal, but any recordings stored must be safeguarded from possible misuse for anyone who is captured in the footage.
If your CCTV system is able to record even a small area of public land, the ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) has specific requirements on data protection and informational signage. You can make sure that all legal requirements are met by choosing a competent CCTV installation service in Fleet for the installation of your CCTV system.
You should not need planning permission for your CCTV security cameras unless you are in a place of special scientific interest, you live in a conservation area, you live in a national park or you are mounting them onto a listed building. Planning permission for most other properties in Fleet will not be required if they're sited more than 2.5 metres above ground level and they do not protrude more than a metre from your exterior walls.
PICKING THE RIGHT CCTV SYSTEM
You should be able to find a decent CCTV system that fits your security requirements and also suits your spending budget. From a basic internal camera to record entry and exit, to a multi-point IP camera system, with motion detection alarm linked equipment and HD recording. A genuine and experienced CCTV installer in Fleet will only recommend a system that matches your situation.
A good Fleet installation company will also do everything possible to make sure that costs are kept within your budget constraints, without making any shortcuts. No matter how much money you shell out on a CCTV system, a good company will provide you with the very best service, from sales through to installation and aftercare. It is generally good advice to get at least 3 different quotes for the equipment you wish to install.
Certain places might require discrete cameras, while others might call for a more visible presence in order to act as a deterrent to potential burglars. It has frequently been demonstrated through police reports and insurance interviews with ex-burglars, that carefully-located, skillfully installed, and highly visible CCTV security cameras are the best deterrent to potential thieves.
If you have bought a CCTV system from an electronics shop or an online supplier, you are still able to get professional help with its installation. You do not need to have purchased your CCTV system directly from your nearby Fleet CCTV installation company to be able to have them set it up on your behalf. With their experience of the various different CCTV equipment available, they are likely to be familiar with any model you have bought, and will be able to quickly and efficiently configure and mount your equipment.
TRAINING, ACCREDITATION, STANDARDS AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Camera equipment that's installed in your Fleet property should conform to British Standards for CCTV, BS EN 62676. The standards highlighted in BS EN 62676 specifies the performance parameters for the apparatus, and suggestions on the best way to position and install the CCTV cameras for best effect. CCTV equipment can be installed that does not have the British Standards mark, however the reliability and quality will not have been analyzed and you might not have any recourse after its been installed if it does not meet your expectations.
To guarantee you're using the services of a certified CCTV installation company you should always look out for affiliation or membership of an accredited trade body within the field. The following are the primary United Kingdom security trade organisations:
Secure By Design (SBD) - Launched with the aim of crime reduction throughout Great Britain, the SBD is a government backed police security initiative. Secure by Design liaises closely with designers, building firms and security installers to improve the physical security of residential and industrial buildings all over the United Kingdom.
The National Security Inspectorate - The NSI is an independent UK trade body that promotes the security and fire safety industry through the acknowledgement of high quality companies. The vetting process is stringent and includes a company showcasing their proficiency in the maintenance, installation and planning of a wide array of security equipment. A security must also substantiate that they have vetted and trained staff properly, own suitable vehicles and equipment for their area of expertise, and that their company premises are appropriate for promoting the security industry in a good light. Police forces, insurance companies, and fire & rescue services in the United Kingdom and the European Union all recognise members of the NSI as having the highest possible standards within the fire safety and security industry.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) - This is one of the most esteemed trade body for the professional security industry in Great Britain. All its members must observe the security industry's Codes of Practice, British Standards for CCTV installations and conform to ISO 9000 regulations.
The Security Institute (SI) - The SI is a respected and recognised organisation within the security sector, and hence holds the largest membership of security contractors and companies in Great Britain. With over 3,000 members, the Security Institute guarantees its certified members will deliver the highest standard of security by using best practices and following the security Code of Conduct at all stages of installation, planning and maintenance.
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