Security Cameras Everywhere
Many people have asked the question, “Can you have too much surveillance?” The answer to this question depends on the application of the system. For example, a convenient store may only have one camera watching the register, but a department store like Dillard’s has dozens of security cameras covering registers, clothing racks, entrances, and exits. In a store like that, you may even feel like you’re being watched when you go into the restroom. The simple reason for so many cameras is placement and visibility. When you’re in the middle of a small convenient store with two isles having two cameras for coverage makes sense. However, in a large department store there are so many areas where merchandise, employees, or customers can be that a few cameras just won’t do the job.
Now back to the question at hand “Can you have too much surveillance?” The answer is yes. If your security system is not designed correctly, you may be using more cameras than necessary. You should have a seamless flow of video footage, allowing you to follow a subject from one camera to the next throughout the coverage area. Another way to make your cameras work together is by using a GeoVision DVR to capture the footage. These DVRs offer a panoramic feature that will allow you to tie multiple images together to create one image of a large area.
The amount of surveillance you need will always depend on the area you want to cover. Usually, the only patrons threatened by high security are those who have ill intentions to begin with.
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