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IP Video Monitoring In The Internet Of Things

IP technology is essential to monitoring IoT devices. It makes the monitoring process possible and ensures subscribers will be taken care of, and data will be properly recorded. The primary use of IP monitoring first began with DIY video cameras (IP cameras). Their use of network connectivity redefined the way consumers see security devices.

The use of IP video camera has helped the security camera garner greater respect in the alarm management world. Since cameras can now be integrated with the central station, subscribers no longer have to worry about a burglar cutting a CCTV wire, however, must they must ensure their network connectivity cannot be easily disrupted by intruders


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Consumer Accessibility

IP cameras are a cheaper and more mobile form of video monitoring than the traditional CCTV system. That is because it does not require a robust installation process, wires or a direct connection to the structure’s power source. IP cameras can be independently powered, installed and operated so long as they have connection with the system network.

This unique ability allows consumers to take their security system with them when moving, and easily reinstall it themselves without the hassle of working with an installation company. However, consumers can still opt to have a professional install their system for them. The difference is now they have the option.

How AvantGuard Does IP Monitoring

As a leading wholesale alarm monitoring provider, AvantGuard’s central station automation software is  integrated with Immix, CHeKT, and Calipsa for accurate video monitoring and video verification, as well as cutting-edge video analytic technology for speeding up the intrusion-verification process and eliminating the possibility of false-dispatch fees from local law-enforcement.