CCTV manufactures and resellers need to think again?

August 25, 2005 at 4:40 am Leave a comment

The Secuirty DVR “Digital Video Recorder” Industry, including manufactures and resellers need to think again?

First of all, what makes a DVR Secure enough to be even considered a product for the secuirty industry? What stops anyone from unplugging a DVR or unplugging the video connections behind the DVR, so a camera will not record.
If you do unplug it, how long does it take a manager or owner to relize it was unplugged. Ya, of course you can add a bell and a whisle to go off when it is unplugged, but then again, you can unplug that as well.

A while back I created a special plastic brackets that keep the AC plug, connected to the back of a Shuttle SB61g2. Watch Video

I hade about 50 of these plastic AC Plug, custom made from my Uncle Tommy. SInce I can remember, Uncle Tomy took me in his basement as a little boy, and I watched him make wigits for other companies out of plastic. So, when I came up with the concept, the first person I called was Uncle Tommy.

Currently these have been deployed with every Shuttle SVR at over 30 McDonald’s Restaurant’s in the San Francisco Bay Area. (Video Map)

This is a whole new MAP approach I am working on for a central monitoring solution intergrated with a Interactive Earth, thanks to Google Interactive Map

Another project I have been working on is taking log files from all 30 of these SVR and create a online
graphical information based on the log files. (Log Video)


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