Panoramic Security Cameras
Panoramic cameras - often referred to as 360° cameras - carry enormous viewing angles. When attached to a ceiling, these cameras can produce enormous 360° images by blending separate sensors together into one unified image. Within this view you can digitally pan, tilt, and zoom. Using dewarping software, you can often go to a 'quad-view', a view where the camera's viewing spectrum is spliced into four separate viewing directions. Many of these cameras come with advanced technology that allow for people counting or heat mapping to show the flow of foot traffic.
Network wireless equipment is used to transmit network video from one place to another without the use of cable. In the video surveillance world the transmission typically originates from an IP security camera. The most common wireless configurations are PTP (point to point) and PTMP (point to multipoint). PTP is when you have a single transmitter streaming to a receiver. PTMP is when you have several transmitters all streaming to one receiver. When choosing the right wireless equipment you need to be mindful of the bandwidth that you are trying to stream. The wireless equipment will have a limit on how much it can handle. In order to find out how much you are streaming you have to find out the bandwidth requirements of each camera you are wanting to send across the link.
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