When you consider the video surveillance system that you can provide to protect your organization, you need to make a variety of decisions. Which VMS you will use, where to install your cameras, and which cameras to buy are important decisions you should make to achieve the best possible ROI and risk reduction.
Multi-sensor cameras continue to gain traction as they can meet a variety of monitoring system performance requirements. They were first introduced in 2006, when they were more of a special solution, and cameras with multiple image sensors in a single housing are now a cost-effective option at all levels of surveillance. For the first time ever, panorama multisensor cameras will surpass PTZ cameras (PTZ cameras) with compression technology that drives down bandwidth consumption.
The multi-sensor cameras offer considerable advantages. By covering three or four single-sensor cameras, multi-sensor cameras offer a cost-effective solution; Although a single multi-sensor camera may be more expensive, this results in savings throughout the surveillance system. For example, a single multisensor camera covering the area of four conventional cameras only requires one VMS license for operation rather than four. Installing this camera will also significantly reduce the time and cost of installing four single-sensor cameras.
Multi-sensor cameras enable security teams to focus on the essentials. Studies have shown that users who monitor large amounts of safety feeds experience symptoms of fatigue after just ten minutes. Installing multi-sensor cameras means that your operators need to monitor far fewer feeds and that they need to move feeds less frequently to fully understand the safety at a particular location. It also makes it easier for operators to scrub stored video data from fewer feeds, if necessary for forensic analysis.
Multi-sensor cameras simplify the design process for integrators. Because fewer cameras need to be installed and cameras cover a much larger area of a particular location, the design is a bit less complex. Installing fewer cameras reduces environmental concerns, and installing a complete system is much faster because fewer devices need to be installed, fewer fixtures and fewer cable runs are required: a value that can be passed on to end users with better bids.
Multi-sensor cameras are suitable for a variety of applications, from airports to stadiums to emergency call points or unattended outdoor areas of buildings. With a variety of multi-sensor cameras on the market covering 180, 270 or full 360 degrees, there is a solution for almost any application that can help you reduce costs while maintaining or even increasing the security level of your cameras. With advanced analysis capabilities for a variety of models, these cameras can give you more features than ever before.
Selecting multi-sensor cameras for your business can increase ROI and reduce installation and maintenance costs by reducing camera density while maintaining functionality. With all these benefits, there's never been a better time to consider the benefits that a multi-sensor camera will have for you.