I work for a consultancy company that provides research planning technical management as well as marketing services to agencies inside the construction sector. This year the annual trade exhibition and expo which we sponsor comes under my management. Due to the surge in the number of participants we plan to hold the exhibit within our very own large exhibit hall.
Since the show will be featuring a whole bunch of expensive gizmos and equipment from exhibitor firms, security in the venue is one of my major priorities. This is the reason why I have been browsing through the different security systems for business use which are readily available online.
A 16 channel wired DVR complete surveillance system which I came across online seems to fit the bill. The package consists of one standalone 16-channel DVR 16 wired day/night bullet color cameras with matching 100-foot video cables and also a 17-inch LCD screen.
The bullet cameras will be perfect for watching discreetly over our trade exhibition since these mini cameras are palm-sized. Lighting will not be a problem for all those 16 day\/night cameras either.
The built-in infrared light source on these kinds of surveillance cameras is responsible for video clarity not just when ample light coming from the environment is available, but even with very little ambient light.
The bundled DVR is fully able to network. Because of this real time footage, recordings made by the wired cameras can be viewed and controlled from anywhere with an Internet connection. Security can even monitor the exhibit with the use of a Blackberry an Android mobile phone or an iPhone.
Within the coming week I intend to present my proposal on the use of security systems for business and property defense through the exhibit. I am sure that the higher-ups would have no qualms in agreeing that such a system is needed to give protection to our exhibit.