Body Temperature Cameras

In a post shutdown world, providing a healthy workplace will be a critical responsibility for employers. One way to achieve this goal is to prevent symptomatic individuals from entering the building. Toward this end, passive body temperature cameras can be used to notify security personnel when individuals with elevated temperatures are attempting to enter the premises.

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Can DVR and NVR be used interchangeably?

I’ve noticed lately that some of my colleagues use the terms DVR and NVR interchangeably. Most of those that do have been around for a while. I’m not saying they are old, but if the shoe fits! The question remains…should these terms be used interchangeably?

It turns out that the Video Surveillance industry technically defines a DVR as a video recording device that has analog inputs for connecting analog cameras and which contains codecs to convert the analog video from the cameras into a digital format for saving on some type of storage media. As a result, DVRs were introduced many years ago as an upgrade to CCTV systems that used VCRs to store analog video from camera feeds.

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