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The Benefits of the Integration of Access Control into Security Camera Systems

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Posted April 14, 2018

The future of home security has so far been immense and inspiring, but we didn’t really appreciate them until we faced these new home security technologies today. The future is not clear-cut, and there’s still a lot of new changes in the way we handle our security database, but one thing is for sure: the new technologies we have would already transform the entire industry of security cameras, CCTV and IP Security Surveillance system.

The Smart Locks

Right now, the critical thing in the rise of security tech today comes in the form of new surveillance cameras with the highest image precision and the fastest transmission time. However, all these new technologies are all still under the principle of iatrogenic, which means that its risks may still be hidden and they may still be hard to control if one is not careful. If its advancement and centralization is too fast, these technologies could post an even more full security issue than the previous system that it is supposed to replace.

Access Control

Despite all these new challenges of hidden risk and delayed damages, access control has so far been made even more robust and trustworthy. Access control using your smartphone is easier to do now that the smartphones we have are even more secure and powerful. With the integration of access control in security camera, we can now make the smart locks that we have even more robust, stable and reliable.

The security-minded will no longer worry about forgetting to lock their homes or whether their access codes will be stolen because of the addition of Access Control. It’s harder to hack your fingerprint and your own eyes’ trademark print, and so if you have all these in your phones, you won’t be able to experience the kind of worry that other people without access control face.

The Way It Works

For access control to be integrated into security cameras with just a swipe on the phone, a network using a system like C2P Database Server should be installed. When the data is put into this system, it is then converted into a video stream that’s going to be accessed by various sources. All this can only be accessed with your security code in your smartphone, and that means no one can significantly bypass its access.

With this kind of set-up, it is now easy for companies to access data and link it to the different security cameras in the offices. There’s less time now wasted on digging through thousands of files and large chunks of file sizes that take up so much time. The convergence between the database and the security cameras today with the use of access control can make data transmission and retrieval so much faster, safer and more secure from data loss.

With such convergence, it’s now much more comfortable to detect mischief in the operations of a company, and it’s easier to identify the accountability of the workforce. There’s also a lot of benefits for such integration, and one of them is the fact that  injuries, tardiness and hidden risks would no longer be as insidious as they used to be.

Author Bio:

Eugene Klimaszewski, the CEO of Mammoth Surveillance, is an experienced strategist when it comes to the security camera industry. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies in the said field. With more than 10 years of experience in the business, he provides cutting-edge security products for small businesses to large corporations.

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