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Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) Systems otherwise known as Video Surveillance Systems can save a government organization or private enterprise countless dollars in protecting against both theft and litigation due to injuries. Our systems can capture images for both live view and playback and display this content on any video wall, command and control environment, mobile command environment, computer, tablet or smartphone. These systems play a critical part of any safety and security system by providing visual awareness along with alerts through video analytics for the detection and evaluation of incidents enhancing the effectiveness of any situational awareness platform.

IntraWorksin El Paso Security Cameras, TXdesigns, installs, and services Video Surveillance Systems for a wide variety of clients to include: government organizations, hospitals, higher education, K1 – K12, casinos, areas of assembly, public spaces, cities, prisons, amusement parks, and much more.

Video Surveillance Systems consist of two basic components: Video Cameras and a Video Management System (VMS). These two components work together to form a surveillance system. Cameras capture images in different resolutions and angles depending on quality and application. Some cameras can pan, tilt, and zoom to view a larger area or assist an operator in seeing something of interest in live view. Cameras can function and be connected to the VMS via an IT infrastructure (IP addressable) or analog infrastructure (conventional). Both types of cameras (IP addressable and Conventional) can offer different resolutions and each have their advantages and disadvantages. The VMS manages the video signals for the video display environment allowing the operator to see images on a computer screen, large monitor, or video wall in different configurations. The VMS also records the images so that users can playback video content for the investigation of an incident. Lastly, the VMS manages integration protocols and structure to other building management systems such as fire, access control, intrusion, intercom and much more.