Now that we're firmly out of 2015, there's never been a better opportunity to look back at the trends that dominated the video security world over the past year. Similarly, this is a great chance for us to look ahead to the developments and trends that we expect to dominate in 2016.
As all kinds of CCTV installers in London, and further abroad, will have noticed, the past year has seen some major developments in the kinds of technology that we have to choose from. This means that we can create better surveillance systems than ever before, with a range of diverse features that make them invaluable to businesses of all kinds.
How Did Video Surveillance Change Throughout 2015?
As expected, the last year has seen the entire industry move towards higher resolution cameras. Just a couple of years ago, 720p was the height of CCTV quality whilst, today, 1080p has become the camera resolution of choice for businesses and homeowners of all kinds. Many higher-end businesses have chosen to move straight up to 4K ultra HD cameras in order to protect their property and ensure a high-quality video feed.
The increased availability of integrators has also introduced a broad mix of cameras in a variety of installations, allowing systems to become more diverse than ever before. Panoramic cameras are also a popular choice, and are often used to complement other camera models.
CCTV Trends To Look Out For In 2016!
Wider Use Of Video And Footfall Analytics
Looking ahead, the real adoption of video analytics software is certainly going to continue. As the technology continues to become more effective and offer a more diversified range of functions, we will start to see the best features trickle down to lower-end systems. Retail stores, schools and offices will all soon be utilising the best in video analysis to drive sales, encourage interaction and provide the best environment for its users' specific needs.
We expect some of the most popular cameras to begin to include built-in analytics as standard, representing a marked improvement in the availability of these highly-functional systems.
Cloud-Based Video Surveillance And Site Monitoring
As we've seen throughout the past year, one of the most important features for many users is the ability to view video content directly from the cloud. For example, there are a range of burglar and intrusion alarms which can be generated via an IP camera. The operator can then monitor the video feed directly from the cloud (on any internet-enabled device they choose) and even intervene over an attached audio system.
This is just one of the diverse capabilities offered by cloud-based software associated with the best CCTV cameras.
Easy-To-Install Security Solutions
Great news for CCTV installers in London, security solutions are becoming easier and easier to install. Systems themselves can be integrated more effectively, allowing new cameras and features to be added post-installation, and a more diverse range of camera models to ensure high levels of security.
With the range of software now available for all kinds of IP systems, it will be easier for professionals to create comprehensive, high-performing solutions to ensure high-levels of protection for businesses and properties of all kinds.
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Moving into 2016, we are extremely excited to see what the new year holds for video surveillance technology. For more information, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team of CCTV installers in London directly on 0844 544 3955. Alternatively, you can email any questions or concerns that you might have to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!