Hawk Solutions ranks high amongst leading Network Design & Security Surveillance organizations in Pakistan. Our portfolio includes solutions incorporating IP video surveillance, Biometric Access Control & Attendance solutions, Burglar Alarm Solutions & other low voltage systems. Such system enables round the clock surveillance of both the interior and exterior of a building from a central location. It requires very few staff to operate and the system’s extensive functionality and high quality imaging ensure it meets insurance company requirements.
Utilizing our state-of-the-art solutions you can create and maintain a reliable, scalable, high performance wired or wireless IP surveillance system that can effectively monitor and protect valuables. With the installation of a networked surveillance system, you can locally or remotely monitor (Surveillance and Control over the internet and mobile Networks) the safety and security of people and property anytime & anywhere.
We provide the following packages:
DVR / DVR Solution
Access Door & Card
Top 5 Features for a Surveillance Security System
High Definition Resolution
Camera resolution is one of the most important features that a security camera can have, as a high-resolution surveillance system allows people to easily spot smaller details that low resolution cameras do not pick up on. It is important to remember that the main purpose of a surveillance security system is to capture or deter criminals when suspicious activity might be happening around the home, business, or personal items. When a crime does occur, a high-resolution camera can provide a clear and detailed picture of the criminal, allowing the police to easily catch this perpetrator. Additionally, a high-resolution camera can catch minute details, such as the numbers on a license plate, the type of clothing a criminal is wearing, and much more.
The number of pixels that make up a video image defines resolution, and security camera manufacturers communicate this resolution as a horizontal and vertical number, such as 1280 by 800, or as a total amount of pixels, such as 1.4 megapixels. It is important to note that the higher number of pixels, the better the camera resolution. Some of the top surveillance systems on the market feature 1280×800-pixel camera resolution.
DVR Hard Drive for Recording
Some surveillance systems need to be monitoring a home, business, or personal items for 24 hours a day, and sometimes it is not plausible to keep a security guard monitoring these cameras the entire time. A digital video recorder (DVR) hard drive in the surveillance system allows around the clock recording, and since all of the images save to the system, consumers can watch the digital video at a later point, review suspicious activity, save digital images of a criminal, and record the video onto a DVD-R disc or flash drive.. Additionally, the DVR allows for intelligent searching options, enabling the user to locate a specific clip of the entire video recording. Without a large enough DVR, most of the camera’s recording just goes to waste, and if something does occur, there might not be a video of the crime.
Remote Viewing Capability
With a DVR hard drive within the surveillance system, video is recorded digitally, which also allows for video streaming capabilities to a number of mobile devices. A surveillance system with remote viewing capability often requires Wi-Fi and software or an application for the mobile device. However, this capability allows whoever owns the property and surveillance system to continually check the video feed no matter where they are. This technology works with televisions, home computers, or wherever else the security feed is sent. Additionally, some software programs actually allow the user to actively control the camera, keeping it pointed on suspicious activity when it is occurring. However, it is important to realize that this capability is entirely based on the surveillance system manufacturer, and if remote viewing is possible, consumers should receive either the software or a user guide to help them set it up.
Infrared Detection for Night Vision
Unfortunately, most daytime surveillance video cameras do not work well at night, and since nighttime is one of the most dangerous times for both people and property, an unsatisfactory video image does not serve its surveillance purposes very well. To try to compensate for this lack of night vision, some users have tried to install additional lighting their property, which is not only impractical, but quite expensive as well. Many surveillance systems offer infrared detection for night vision, providing a clear picture of a perpetrator when there is not enough light for most cameras to notice. According to Advanced Infrared Systems, this type of thermal imaging exposes any threat hidden in dark shadows or behind obstructions.
When securing the home or high value personal items, it can be very costly to keep a surveillance security system running all of the time. In most cases, businesses utilize cameras that are on for 24 hours because they carry merchandise, cash, and other valuable items that are attractive to thieves. For homeowners, the chances of being a victim of crime are lower, and therefore they can save energy and money with a motion activation feature for their security system. Additionally, motion activation saves hard drive space, makes it easier to review security footage, and allows for a better picture as these cameras often track the suspicious activity as it occurs.
Hawk Solutions Middle East is a supplier of networking products and services. We had rapidly evolved into a trusted technology partner with solutions spanning the entire spectrum of Information & Communication Technology. The company has successfully delivered several mega projects across all sectors of the economy, resulting in numerous highly satisfied clients.