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CCTV Systems

There are many security companies who install CCTV systems,  but at Razko we will do it right the first time. there isn’t any use of having a camera system, if the quality of the images are so poor, they are unusable. 

At Razko, we often encounter existing CCTV systems that display poor-quality images, and we are able to dramatically improve the quality of the images by fine-tuning the cameras. We then capture the footage by using a high-definition recording and management software, which can also be viewed remotely.

Razko’s experienced technicians analyse your facility, and design a system specific to your requirements. Razko considers things like light conditions and outdoor exposure, then we install the appropriate type of cameras and lens, at the correct height and angle, with the appropriate management system.

We use a mix of analog and IP cameras, from various manufactures, to achieve the best image possible.

It is details like these that make a camera system effective, which is what Razko specializes in.

There are many security companies who install CCTV systems,  but at Razko we will do it right the first time. there isn’t any use of having a camera system, if the quality of the images are so poor, they are unusable. 

At Razko, we often encounter existing CCTV systems that display poor-quality images, and we are able to dramatically improve the quality of the images by fine-tuning the cameras.

We then capture the footage by using a high-definition recording and management software, which can also be viewed remotely.

Razko’s experienced technicians analyse your facility, and design a system specific to your requirements. Razko considers things like light conditions and outdoor exposure, then we install the appropriate type of cameras and lens, at the 

correct height and angle, with the appropriate management system.

We use a mix of analog and IP cameras, from various manufactures, to achieve the best image possible.

It is details like these that make a camera system effective, which is what Razko specializes in.

Hybrid Video Management (VMS)

At Razko, we believe a powerful software system doesn’t have to be complicated, it just needs to be flexible, scalable, and easy to use. Our intuitive controls and customizable features will save you time, and simplify your video surveillance system management.

With open architecture, and universal acceptance of various camera manufacturers, designing a custom CCTV system has never been easier. The powerful enterprise IPHDVMS software seamlessly integrates endless number of cameras, from multiple locations, via LAN and/or WAN. The VMS easily integrate with access control systems, offering a feature rich suite of analytics capabilities.

Hybrid Video Management (VMS)

At Razko, we believe a powerful software system doesn’t have to be complicated, it just needs to be flexible, scalable, and easy to use. Our intuitive controls and customizable features will save you time, and simplify your video surveillance system management.

With open architecture, and universal acceptance of various camera manufacturers, designing a custom CCTV system has never been easier. The powerful enterprise IPHDVMS software seamlessly integrates endless number of cameras, from multiple locations, via LAN and/or WAN. The VMS easily integrate with access control systems, offering a feature rich suite of analytics capabilities.

IP Cameras

IP cameras are cameras that send and receive information via a computer network or internet.  They come in a variety of resolutions; 3, 4, 5, 10, 29, and even 48MP. All IP cameras use compression software such as H-264/5 in order to conserve band width and storage. The picture quality of IP cameras is by far greater than analogue cameras, especially when details are needed or zoom is being used.

Covert Cameras

Sometimes deterrent is not enough, and a culprit needs to be caught red handed. For these instances, hidden or covert cameras are used. Small in size, with special pinhole lenses, covert cameras takes video images without anyone’s knowledge. Covert cameras can be IP MP Cameras, directly connected to a recording device, or a wireless via Wi-Fi. Correct installation of covert camera is a vital component for its success.

Mobile Video

Fixed video systems cannot always give you visibility where you need it.  Mobile security and surveillance platforms enable you to rapidly deploy security monitoring where and when you need it. Our state-of-the-art video capabilities, coupled with a wide selection of camera options, as well as a NVR, for incident recording, and wireless transmission, for remote monitoring provides you with a complete mobile system. Our mobile platforms also come with their own power sources, such as solar/generator, and a wide array of transmission capabilities, such as Wi-Fi, radio, and cellular.                                                                     

IP Cameras

IP cameras are cameras that send and receive information via a computer network or internet.  They come in a variety of resolutions; 3, 4, 5, 10, 29, and even 48MP. All IP cameras use compression software such as H-264/5 in order to conserve band width and storage. The picture quality of IP cameras is by far greater than analogue cameras, especially when details are needed or zoom is being used.

Covert Cameras

Sometimes deterrent is not enough, and a culprit needs to be caught red handed. For these instances, hidden or covert cameras are used. Small in size, with special pinhole lenses, covert cameras takes video images without anyone’s knowledge. Covert cameras can be IP MP Cameras, directly connected to a recording device, or a wireless via Wi-Fi. Correct installation of covert camera is a vital component for its success.

Mobile Video

Fixed video systems cannot always give you visibility where you need it.  Mobile security and surveillance platforms enable you to rapidly deploy security monitoring where and when you need it. Our state-of-the-art video capabilities, coupled with a wide selection of camera options, as well as a NVR, for incident recording, and wireless transmission, for remote monitoring provides you with a complete mobile system. Our mobile platforms also come with their own power sources, such as solar/generator, and a wide array of transmission capabilities, such as Wi-Fi, radio, and cellular.                                                                     

Covert Cameras

Sometimes deterrent is not enough, and a culprit needs to be caught red handed. For these instances, hidden or covert cameras are used. Small in size, with special pinhole lenses, covert cameras takes video images without anyone’s knowledge. Covert cameras can be IP MP Cameras, directly connected to a recording device, or a wireless via Wi-Fi. Correct installation of covert camera is a vital component for its success.

IP Cameras

IP cameras are cameras that send and receive information via a computer network or internet.  They come in a variety of resolutions; 3, 4, 5, 10, 29, and even 48MP. All IP cameras use compression software such as H-264/5 in order to conserve band width and storage. The picture quality of IP cameras is by far greater than analogue cameras, especially when details are needed or zoom is being used.

360 Degree Cameras

360 Degree Cameras are capable of capturing video images of hi resolution, at 15 frames per second.  The cameras we install are equipped with a 1/3″ progressive scan CMOS image sensor, and an option for 6MP or 12MP resolutions. The camera uses a wide angle, fisheye lens, allowing you to monitor every angle of a given location. This technology enables virtual PTZ (Pan Tilt and Zoom), in addition to auto pan functionality, without any mechanically moving parts, and can be viewed in both live and playback.

Mobile Video

Fixed video systems cannot always give you visibility where you need it.  Mobile security and surveillance platforms enable you to rapidly deploy security monitoring where and when you need it. Our state-of-the-art video capabilities, coupled with a wide selection of camera options, as well as a NVR, for incident recording, and wireless transmission, for remote monitoring provides you with a complete mobile system. Our mobile platforms also come with their own power sources, such as solar/generator, and a wide array of transmission capabilities, such as Wi-Fi, radio, and cellular.            

Covert Cameras

Sometimes deterrent is not enough, and a culprit needs to be caught red handed. For these instances, hidden or covert cameras are used. Small in size, with special pinhole lenses, covert cameras takes video images without anyone’s knowledge. Covert cameras can be IP MP Cameras, directly connected to a recording device, or a wireless via Wi-Fi. Correct installation of covert camera is a vital component for its success.

360 Degree Cameras

360 Degree Cameras are capable of capturing video images of hi resolution, at 15 frames per second.  The cameras we install are equipped with a 1/3″ progressive scan CMOS image sensor, and an option for 6MP or 12MP resolutions. The camera uses a wide angle, fisheye lens, allowing you to monitor every angle of a given location. This technology enables virtual PTZ (Pan Tilt and Zoom), in addition to auto pan functionality, without any mechanically moving parts, and can be viewed in both live and playback.

PTZ Cameras

A pan–tilt–zoom (PTZ) camera is capable of remote, directional, and zoom control. Combining powerful, high-speed tracking, with 360º coverage. PTZ cameras come with WDR (wide dynamic range) for challenging light conditions, and allows the user to cover large areas, quickly and accurately. Using a dedicated Joy Stick or a computer mouse, the operator can pan and zoom onto important details.

Camera Analytics

Video analytics is the use of sophisticated algorithms, applied to a video stream, to detect predefined situations and parameters. These can include, but are not limited to the following:  Motion Tracking, Objects Detection, Object Classification (Person, Animal, Vehicle), Direction Flow, Loitering, Left/Removed object, Face Detection, People Counting, as well as Facial Recognition. The system has to first obtain the video data; it’s then passed through an image extraction feature and edge detection algorithms. These will check the image for recognizable details, compares the foreground to the background, differentiating between them by only detecting foreground objects. With this information the system makes intelligent decisions, based on the pre-set rules and parameters set in the software. It can then either ignore, or raise alarm, depending on the direction it has been given.

Wireless Systems

RF analog wireless solutions are used for transmitting video, with 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequencies, and high gain directional antennas achieving wireless transmission up to 8 Kilometers within line of sight. Wi-Fi access points operating at 2.4GHz and 5GHz and can transmit IP MP Camera signals up to 20 Kilometers, line of site. Additionally, hi gain and directional antennas can be used to increase transition range.

PTZ Cameras

A pan–tilt–zoom (PTZ) camera is capable of remote, directional, and zoom control. Combining powerful, high-speed tracking, with 360º coverage. PTZ cameras come with WDR (wide dynamic range) for challenging light conditions, and allows the user to cover large areas, quickly and accurately. Using a dedicated Joy Stick or a computer mouse, the operator can pan and zoom onto important details.

Camera Analytics

Video analytics is the use of sophisticated algorithms, applied to a video stream, to detect predefined situations and parameters. These can include, but are not limited to the following:  Motion Tracking, Objects Detection, Object Classification (Person, Animal, Vehicle), Direction Flow, Loitering, Left/Removed object, Face Detection, People Counting, as well as Facial Recognition. The system has to first obtain the video data; it’s then passed through an image extraction feature and edge detection algorithms. These will check the image for recognizable details, compares the foreground to the background, differentiating between them by only detecting foreground objects. With this information the system makes intelligent decisions, based on the pre-set rules and parameters set in the software. It can then either ignore, or raise alarm, depending on the direction it has been given.

PTZ Cameras

A pan–tilt–zoom (PTZ) camera is capable of remote, directional, and zoom control. Combining powerful, high-speed tracking, with 360º coverage. PTZ cameras come with WDR (wide dynamic range) for challenging light conditions, and allows the user to cover large areas, quickly and accurately. Using a dedicated Joy Stick or a computer mouse, the operator can pan and zoom onto important details.

Camera Analytics

 
 

Video analytics is the use of sophisticated algorithms, applied to a video stream, to detect predefined situations and parameters. These can include, but are not limited to the following:  Motion Tracking, Objects Detection, Object Classification (Person, Animal, Vehicle), Direction Flow, Loitering, Left/Removed object, Face Detection, People Counting, as well as Facial Recognition. The system has to first obtain the video data; it’s then passed 

through an image extraction feature and edge detection algorithms. These will check the image for recognizable details, compares the foreground to the background, differentiating between them by only detecting foreground objects. With this information the system makes intelligent decisions, based on the pre-set rules and parameters set in the software. It can then either ignore, or raise alarm, depending on the direction it has been given.

Wireless Systems

RF analog wireless solutions are used for transmitting video, with 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequencies, and high gain directional antennas achieving wireless transmission up to 8 Kilometers within line of sight. Wi-Fi access points operating at 2.4GHz and 5GHz and can transmit IP MP Camera signals up to 20 Kilometers, line of site. Additionally, hi gain and directional antennas can be used to increase transition range.

Wireless Systems

RF analog wireless solutions are used for transmitting video, with 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequencies, and high gain directional antennas achieving wireless transmission up to 8 Kilometers within line of sight. Wi-Fi access points operating at 2.4GHz and 5GHz and can transmit IP MP Camera signals up to 20 Kilometers, line of site. Additionally, hi gain and directional antennas can be used to increase transition range.