Our DVRs and NVRs are what we use to store data captured from the cameras.
DVR is a Digital Video Recorder. They tend to be more affordable and capture a broad range of megapixels.
NVR is a Network Video Recorder. They use IP cameras that do not require a separate power source most of the time. Network Video Recorders tend to give the highest quality resolution, better zooming capability, and more effective recording.
Both systems send email notifications at the customer's will.
We can create VCA's, (Video Content Analytics) which allows us to set specific parameters to analyze what's happening on the cameras as it takes place. For example, a Video Content Analytics can track individual license plates, monitor different faces, detect smoke, and much more.