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VS-US is leading GeoVision Security Solutions Provider

By Brian Merritt / February 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

Virtual Surveillance is a Premier Partner and integrator with GeoVision, the manufacturer of advanced IP Video Security Cameras and Network Video Recorders. Virtual Surveillance designs security solutions for small to large business across the U.S. and utilizes GeoVision cameras and NVRs to offer 4 to 1000 camera systems.  Virtual Surveillance also uses GeoVision advanced Access…

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UFO + Growing CCTV Market = Disclosure?

By jsmith / October 17, 2011 / 0 Comments

One topic of discussion in the UFO community revolves around the possible imminent disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence to the world. The news is full of examples: the Vatican announces how extraterrestrial life will have no effect upon the faith, prominent politicians make cryptic remarks involving extraterrestrial life, “secret” government files involving UFOs are becoming…

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Are you Proactive or Reactive?

By Will / August 1, 2011 / 1 Comment

When is it that most businesses decide to get a security system? Why does it take a break in, robbery, missing inventory, or vandalism for business owners to decide they need something other than a yard dog? I think most business owners understand that it is not a matter of if something nefarious will happen,…

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Consumer Confidence, An Essential Competitive Advantage

By Brian Merritt / February 8, 2011 / 1 Comment

One thing that consumers seek when making a purchase is confidence in the company that they are buying from. This is especially true when one decides to purchase surveillance equipment. The costs of surveillance equipment have decreased over the past few years due to increased demands for it. Therefore, more and more purchases are being…

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Research Should Always Precede Purchases

By Brian Merritt / January 17, 2011 / 1 Comment

This article explains the importance of researching the cameras and current technology available before making your final purchase. When research is completed before buying, one can know what to expect with the products he or she purchases.

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CCTV Systems: What are we trying to Accomplish?

By Brian Merritt / December 27, 2010 / 3 Comments

When you install a CCTV system in your home or place of business, what are you really trying to accomplish? Well, I believe for a lot of people, it originally is installed as a deterrent. Hopefully, if there is someone looking to break into your home or business, or even cause property damage in some…

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Wireless: Only if absolutely Necessary.

By Brian Merritt / December 22, 2010 / 0 Comments

With technology changes occurring daily, you would think that the wireless solution for CCTV cameras would have come around by now. Well, in reality, it has come a long way. Just not as far as some would have liked. If you are looking into a CCTV system and are thinking about wireless, there are still…

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Stop Getting Tangled in Network Camera Cables

By Brian Merritt / December 5, 2010 / 4 Comments

When most people take make the move from analog cameras to Network Cameras (IP Cameras), what they need in the ways of video recording, archiving, and cables is the biggest challenge for them to learn. Unless you are a network engineer or seasoned IT vet, you’ve probably never had to deal with switches, PoE ports,…

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IP Cameras Making Fictional Surveillance A Reality

By Brian Merritt / December 5, 2010 / 1 Comment

Until recently, analog cameras were the only available choice for surveillance. While they were useful for identifying and capturing careless thieves, they had no chance of identifying clever thieves who understood their limitations. Generally speaking, analog cameras are terrible for using software to zoom in digitally. Movies and TV show detectives zooming in on an…

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Dimly Lit or Pitch Black?

By Brian Merritt / November 30, 2010 / 4 Comments

Choosing the right camera for your application is critical in terms of video quality and getting the most bang for your buck.  This is especially true when deciding whether to purchase a night vision infrared camera or a camera with a low lux level. Sometimes an IR camera is not always necessary for a dimly…

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