Products

CCTV cameras

Video security solutions start with the right choice of camera. No one camera is ideal for all applications and locations. We can help you decide on the best make and model for your needs.

Indoors or outdoors, fixed, PTZ, resolution, frame rates, compression, with or without audio, white lights or IR. Power supply, mounting options and transmission all require consideration.

Video Recording Equipment

As the founder and creator of SharpView network video recording (NVR) software, we have unsurpassed technical knowledge of the best video recording platforms currently available. Whether it is for analogue or IP cameras, covert on the edge or centralised recording servers, we will help you define the best solution for your application.

Video Management Software 

As the founder and creator of SharpView Manager VMS security software, we have unsurpassed technical knowledge of the best video management software currently available. Whether it is for single site or extended use to manage multiple sites of critical importance, with integrated sensors and electronic devices, we will help you find the best solution for your application.

Networking

Often the least understood part of modern security systems. The network architecture is critical in keeping all parts of the system working so that all video evidence is captured and stored and all early warning mechanisms are enabled and connected. User access and protection from outside attack is also a key consideration. A sensible network design incorporating fixed and wireless technologies can be developed for your needs.

Detection

Intruder detection and early warning of impending security threats are essential in a well designed system. SharpView’s extensive experience in the use of electronic sensors and advanced video analytic software ensures solutions are created with the protection level required. CCTV can be integrated with ANPR, advanced motion detection using VCA video analytics, RADAR or PIR sensors, perimeter intruder detection (PIDS) and facial recognition algorithms. Early warnings can be sent with video evidence to central monitoring centres or directly to owners mobile phones.