HDCVI is an innovative technology  for video surveillance industry.

HDCVI is an innovative technology  for video surveillance industry.  This solution offers extremely high definition video quality  and works with both coxial cable and networking cable .  It is perfect solution for upgrading the existing surveillance systems no matter what type of wire were run before.


  •  FULL 1080p HD video over your existing COAX cable

    • No need to run new wires, to get the HD quality

    • Great video quality, you can actually see people's faces.

    • So clear, you can read license plates from a distance.

  • It is the perfect solution for upgrading your existing surveillance systems.

  • Great low cost - "Set it and Forget it" solution for keeping an eye on your business, when your not available.

  • Easy to use, feature rich user interface.

  • Available viewing on all smartphone's and from anywhere.

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Are Surveillance Cameras a Good Idea For Your Business?

Having video cameras installed in your business can do the following:

  • ​​Increase Adherence to company policyEven the smallest successful businesses maintain a formal set of policies and procedures for employees to follow, both for dealing with customers and for creating the products or services the business sells. Watching camera footage of how your staff members perform their duties can give you insight into how well they are adhering to the standards that you set. It can also highlight where you need to make changes to your policies.

  • Theft and shrinkage - As a small-business owner, you probably don’t want to have to think about employee theft. But you need to consider it. Here’s why: The U.S. Chamber of Commerceestimates that employee theft costs employers between $20 billion and $40 billion a year. Theft can happen in many ways, from outright stealing from the cash register to “borrowing” inventory from the back room. Cameras can deter employee theft and catch employees in the act.

  • Harassment - Stopping inappropriate employee behavior is your responsibility. Harassment(sexual and otherwise) is taken very seriously by the courts, and employers may be held liable for providing an environment in which it’s allowed to happen. Security cameras set up in staff areas, such as kitchens and lounges, help to reinforce the company’s commitment to disallowing such behavior. They can also bolster or discredit an employee’s claim of harassment, so that it doesn’t become a “he said, she said” situation.