Smart Security Camera
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- Extended PoE Range 4K Security Camera Dome with MicSpecial Price $359.99 Regular Price $499.99
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- Outdoor PTZ Camera with Microphone and Night VisionSpecial Price $299.99 Regular Price $369.99
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- Ultimate 4K IP Camera Bullet H.265, Starlight 4K, SMDSpecial Price $319.99 Regular Price $499.99 As low as $279.99
- Ultimate 4K IP Camera Dome H.265, Starlight 4K, Smart Motion DetectionSpecial Price $329.99 Regular Price $499.99 As low as $299.99
- 12MP 4K Ultra HD IP Camera, 4X Zoom, Facial RecognitionSpecial Price $999.99 Regular Price $1,299.99
- 12MP 4K Ultra HD IP Dome Camera, 4X Zoom, Face RecognitionSpecial Price $999.99 Regular Price $1,299.99
How motion detection works in a Security Camera
Motion detection captured by security camera systems is very different from the kind offered by motion sensors in an alarm system. Inside a camera is an image sensor. When light hits the image sensor each individual pixel communicates to the sensor how much light that pixel is receiving. When pixels receive different amounts of light, the image sensor compares subsequent images from the video feed. If enough pixels have changed, the camera's software interprets it as movement and issues an alert. This depends on the motion sensitivity you’ve set when configuring motion detection on your surveillance cameras. Even set at the lowest sensitivity, video based motion detection will trigger false positives at sunrise, sunset, or when light from a passing vehicle shines into the camera.
What makes our security cameras different?
At CCTV Camera World we aspire to provide the most up to date, professional security camera equipment for your home or business while keeping cost affordable. We now offer Smart Security Cameras with video analytics, which is an AI (Artifical Intelligence) feature to detect and monitor a region of interest with higher precision than video based motion detection offered in home security cameras by most online vendors. Use Smart Detection functions like Tripwire, Intrusion, and Heat Mapping to introduce greater precision and confidence for event detection.
Security camera with AI can improve your life
How to use a Smart Security Camera
- Tripwire - you can set a virtual Tripwire to detect intruders when a line is crossed. All you have to do is draw a virtual line in the camera settings. This is a great way to record an important entry/exit point.
- Missing Object Detection - Do you have a problem with package theft from your doorstep? Draw a box around the area where packages are left unattended and be notified when they go missing.
- Abandoned Object Detection - Nervous about things staying out too long? Want to make sure all packages for the day are picked up from the loading dock? Be alerted after objects are left in the area of interest longer than a set amount of time.
- Intrusion - Intruder Alert! Intruder Alert! Need to know if someone is entering or leaving through a secure doorway? Draw any shape around a door and you’ll be notified when anyone passes through it.
- Heat Mapping - Need to know which areas in your security camera's view are hot-spots for motion? Use Heat Mapping to find that out.
- People Counting - 1, 2, 3. It’s as easy as counting sheep. Need to know how much foot traffic an entrance gets? Set up people counting to see how many people are entering and leaving a business, congregation, or apartment.
- Face detection - Smile for the camera. With Face Detection, take a Snapshot and receive alerts when the camera sees a face.