Network Video Portfolio
Mappiah is one of the market players in IP surveillance, network video, video encoder supply and a driving force behind the shift from analog to digital video surveillance, which paves the way for a more secure, smarter and safer world. Offering network video solutions for professional installations, Mappiah’s products and solutions are based on an innovative, open technology platform.
We have dedicated employees across three continents around the world and co-operates with system integrators and partners in over 70 countries.
Mappiah and our partner network video products are used in many environments in order create a safer, smarter and more secure world. Whether it is a question of installations in public places, airports, trains, schools, universities, casinos and banks as well as in stores and on motorways etc. we can meet all these needs.
1. Network Camera Solutions:
Mappiah offers the market’s broadest and most consistent range of high-quality network cameras solutions and provide a unique global service to end customers in connection with installation and use of IP surveillance products. Based on open IP standards, Mappiah network cameras connect to any kind of IP network, including the Internet, and enable remote viewing and recording from anywhere in the world. Mappiah and our partners also provide advanced video analytics features, such as motion detection, audio detection and tampering alarm. In short we provide a wide portfolio of products for professional IP video surveillance.
Whether clients are looking for a video surveillance solution to secure the safety of people and places, or to remotely monitor property and facilities, Mappiah can meet these clients needs.
Clients benefit from an extensive selection of network cameras- several with HDTV/Megapixel resolution which come in different forms to fully meet their requirements:
Fixed network cameras, Fixed dome network cameras, PTZ dome network cameras, Covert cameras, HDTV/Megapixel cameras, Thermal network cameras, and Outdoor cameras.
2. Mobile IP Surveillance Solutions:
Mobile IP surveillance and CCTV is the latest extension to conventional surveillance systems which helps clients to monitor their mobile assets like cars, buses, trucks, trams, ships etc. The system relays live signals to a central security room where live videos can be viewed along with GPS tracking of your vehicle. Mobile IP surveillance are most suitable for the following businesses/industries:
- Cars (Transport companies, Taxis, Private Chauffeurs)
- Vans (Deliveries, Couriers)
- Buses (Schools, Staff Transports, Public Transport)
- Trucks (Logistics)
- Heavy Vehicles (Forklifts, Cranes, Bull Dozers)
- Ships (Ferries, Vessels, Yachts, Liners)
- ATMs and Lifts
- Special Vehicles (Ambulances, Police, Cash Transfer Cars)
- Trains (Trams, Metros)
A Mobile CCTV system comprises of series of strategically placed CCTV cameras, mobile DVR, 7-10″ display screen, CMS software and options of 3G access, GPS tracking & network connectivity.
3. Video Encoder Solutions:
Mappiah video encoders integrate easily into your existing digital and analog CCTV system. Benefit from digital technology without scrapping your investments in an analog system.
Our video encoder or video server digitizes analog video signals and sends digital images directly over an IP network. It essentially turns an analog video system into a network video system and enables users to view live images using a Web browser or a video management software on any local or remote computer on a network.
Mappiah video encoders- allows authorized viewers from different locations to simultaneously access images from the same analog camera, as well as network cameras if they are added to the system.
An IP-based surveillance system give clients the ability to secure people and property, or monitor equipment and facilities, remotely from anywhere there is a networked computer. In addition clients can remotely control existing equipment such as pan/tilt/zoom devices or time-lapse tape recorders. A video server can be connected to a wide variety of specialized cameras such as a miniature or microscope camera.
Clients can gain a wide range of features such as e-mail notification upon alarm, and integration possibilities with other security devices through a video server’s digital inputs and outputs (I/O). Digital inputs can be used to trigger the transmission of images from the video server upon alarm. Digital outputs can be used to remotely or automatically open or close doors, turn lights on or off, and control temperature levels.
By combining an analog CCTV system with a network video system, clients can easily and cost-effectively expand the surveillance system, and reduce total installation and maintenance costs.
Going digital means clients will have crisp and quality images. Images from an alarm event could be easily and quickly distributed via computer networks to many people in different locations for further examination. A video server’s image buffers can save and send images collected before an alarm occurred. Images can be stored on a hard disk at remote locations for convenience and/or security purposes. There is no need to buy or change video tapes, or service the video recorder. Digital storage also reduces the risk of image degradation and provides quick and easy search capabilities.