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IP Cameras are very popular in video data capture and processing. IP stands for Internet Protocol, but these electronic devices are more popular as network cameras, webcams, or CCTV cameras. They are used in homes, offices, vehicles, and public places. IP cameras come in basic units, right up to complex multi-channel security systems with advanced built-in software.

These cameras are stand-alone devices that work off a wireless system. Unlike analogue closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, an IP camera uses a network, whether it be a computer network or the internet, to send data to your monitor.


Another reason these cameras are an easy choice, is that you can access live video from anywhere, any time. You can gain access to your cameras from a number of different devices, like computers, laptops, tablets and even your cell phone.

This may leave some hesitant to use IP cameras because they offer such easy access. You might think there’s the potential for their network and video feed to be hacked. However, it’s a common misconception that the absence of wires means less security. An IP camera is specifically designed to offer secure transmissions. These cameras are built to encrypt the data they send and employ various authentication methods and security protocols.



An IP camera makes it easy and inexpensive to monitor office, hallway, back door, or other locations, from anywhere in the world. This helps ensure the physical safety of employees.

An IP camera also helps protect inventories and other valuable business assets, such as data, from theft.

IP cameras can also help businesses improve productivity, allowing employees to focus on tasks while also monitoring the reception desk, shop floor, cash register or warehouse.