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When i talk to people i always how field about Security Cameras for trucks i said it sound good it time to look at all thing Security Cameras can do to help people .I started looking for a Security System for Trucks. So i find once i like because you can place fours Cameras around the Truck and the cameras work when the sun go down and it come with night-vision and Truck Security System can help Safeguard the truck when it on the road.
Car security is the new security product that people are looking for to safe guard their cars. We at Harris Security Consultant find this new line of car security products, from Mobile DVR to cameras and monitors, can help. To see more of these products go to www.shadowsecurityproduct.com/products
I run a security product company and a security consultant company too. I want to sell security equipment to the government, city and state. So before you can sell the product you are asked to bid for it first. You are asked to read a bid contract that maybe 50 pages long just to see one item. The people that make up the contract are people in the purchasing department. How much security experience do they have? Do they really know what they are asking for? After you read the contract you see that the product that they are asking for comes from the trade magazines and the big name companies like Sony and Bosch and if you are selling a new line of product you are out. I think if the purchasing department hires a security consultant company to help makeup the bid contract it would help and make the bid contract 50 pages less is a good thing. One more thing, it is hard for the new company to bid on a contract if it is their first time bidding. The government, city and state are supposed to help the little guy. If you are starting a new business you are out of the bidding because you don't have the experience. But how can you get the experience if they won't give the "new kid on the block" a chance. Has anyone else had this happen to them?
Digital video recorders (DVRs) have replaced VCRs as the workhorses of the video surveillance industry. While they are still somewhat more expensive than VCRs, their advantages are immense.
One of the most significant is their ability to adjust to what they see: if they're recording a static image, such as the inside of a warehouse at night, they may only record 1 frame every 5 or 10 seconds. But when they detect movement, they can instantly switch to full video to capture any suspicious activity.
Because they record to hard drives, you can instantly watch any specific time – no lengthy fast-forwarding and searching for the right moment. They also let you jump to 'events' – situations where the picture changed. And don't overlook the fact that they don't have tapes: you won't have to worry about storage or tapes deteriorating.