Its name is derived from its shape. These types of cameras are standalone and usually have an indoor and outdoor variant.
These security cameras have a cylindrical body shape like a rifle bullet. Useful in low-light areas and has a smaller footprint.
Typically used as an indoor or outdoor security camera. Usually retrofitted with an IR filter for low-light environments and conditions.
These are ceiling-mounted security cameras. Named after their shape, these are compact and sometimes come in vandal-resistant housing.
Transmits signals using Internet Protocol over a network. It is currently the latest camera type widely used due to its scalability and resolution.
These types include an internal mechanism to allow an operator to easily pan, tilt and zoom the camera and focus on any area of interest.
A type of camera that utilizes heat imaging to sense any object in an area that is covered either in darkness, dust, fog, or smoke.
Provides the ability to compensate and balance a variety of light range levels. Usually installed in areas with too many lighting conditions.
These are the wireless counterpart of the IP security cameras. Eliminates the need for a network cable since it uses a Wi-Fi signal.
These are fake or decoy security cameras designed to deter and trick and burglars or intruders. Also called simulated cameras.
Gives users, without having to use a user manual, a graphical user interface that is easy to manipulate, operate, understand and use
Analyze, display, manipulate, optimize and process data on a GeoVision with ease
Multiple supports for various languages like Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, and other commonly used languages
GeoVision software run on operating systems like Windows and also has Linux-based stand-alone surveillance systems
Integrate various components without having to sacrifice a lot of money, time, and energy