Historical footage can be viewed remotely via a CCTV network
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Patrolling law enforcement officers will be given body cameras following a successful trial to capture criminal evidence on film. The cameras are the size of a mobile phone and will clip on to police vests during operations. Police sources in Staffordshire said the cameras would be given to all officers out on patrol, including police community support officers and specials. Police believe the technology is “good value for money” and will pay for itself many times over in the future.
One of the main features of CCTV Surveillance Ltd systems is that they are integrated to work with a standard PC monitor. This has been achieved through the development of sophisticated CCTV software. The software allows individual users to set their own criteria for viewing selected footage from particular CCTV cameras within the network. Remote management of your CCTV network via LAN, WAN, or the internet is also possible through the CCTV software. It means historical footage can be viewed remotely.