· Remote control from video cameras through Internet on any personal device (tablet, smart phone, desktop).
· Safety of people / property in office premises, at home or in a country house.
· Prevent thefts and damage of goods .
IP cameras are higher resolution, which generates clearer images but, as we said, use more bandwidth to transmit and require more storage space. Cameras connect to a network video recorder (NVR) via a PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch, which has ports for many cameras and then uses just one cable to connect to the NVR and power source. This reduces the number of cables needed but can put a drain on your network bandwidth.
There is no limitation to where cameras can be placed in relation to the NVR, and wireless network access enables remote viewing of footage. Also, the digital feed can be encrypted. Wi-Fi cameras do, however, raise the concern of potential hacking, so it is important to understand the security features of your cameras.