Starting with the structure of IP cameras, Alex Lytkin describes in detail the mechanisms of IP-flows transmission, ways of recording, and the structure of video servers. A large section of the book is dedicated to networking technologies, switching equipment and issues related to building a high-quality network infrastructure. At the end of the book, the author gives examples of typical IP video surveillance systems for a variety of facilities, ranging from installations in private houses to complex systems in banks and shopping malls, where hundreds of cameras are used.
The book is written in simple, clear language. The author manages to present even the most complex material associated with various network technologies in the most accessible form.
IP video surveillance: An Essential Guide is a great guide for beginners as well as for those who already have experience in this field. This book aims to help you open the door to the future of video surveillance systems.
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