Software able to support many types of business digital CCTV cameras

A man and a teenager have been charged following a break-in and art theft at a museum. Various Chinese artefacts were stolen from the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge a fortnight ago. Patrick Kiely (28) and a 15-year-old youth, both from London, are due to appear before magistrates. The items, which are thought to be worth millions of pounds, were taken from the museum’s permanent collection in mid-April.

Tensor has supplied digital CCTV camera and recording systems to many institutions, businesses and organisations to deter break-ins and to catch criminals when thefts occur. Digital CCTV comprises of a PC based, multi channel video surveillance system that utilises the most advanced compression technologies to bring you the highest picture quality and video performance. Completely upgradable, your network can be expanded quickly and easily by simply installing additional cameras. In addition, you are not restricted to the type of camera you wish to install as the CCTV software is able to support all cameras within our product range.

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