NDAA Surveillance Cameras: Understanding the Benefits
With advances in technology, surveillance cameras have become more sophisticated and user-friendly, making them valuable tools for preventing crime, promoting public safety, and improving our lives in many other ways.NDAA Compliant cameras are cameras that meet specific standards and specifications set by the National Defence Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA is a federal law that governs the procurement and acquisition of technology by the United States military. The purpose of this requirement is to ensure that all cameras used by the military are secure and protected from potential cyber threats.
These cameras are equipped with advanced security features such as encryption, secure boot, and tamper detection. They are designed to stop cyber-attacks, ensuring that sensitive information and footage captured by cameras is protected from malicious actors. NDAA Compliant cameras are typically used in situations where confidentiality or privacy is a concern, as they can be programmed to restrict or prevent the recording or transmission of certain information.
What are the benefits of using an NDAA Compliant camera for your business or home?
• Provides a higher level of privacy and security for individuals who are concerned about the recording or transmission of personal information such as personal conversations or financial details.
• Provides peace of mind and a greater sense of control over personal data and privacy.
• Built with rugged and durable materials, making them suitable for use in harsh environments.
At Digital World Limited we have a wide range of Milesight NDAA compliant cameras at affordable prices for different applications and needs; suitable for commercial and personal use.
Some of the camera types offered includes:
• Dome cameras: often used for indoor surveillance in homes, offices, or commercial environments.
• Bullet cameras: often used for outdoor surveillance in parking lots, parks, or similar areas.
• PTZ cameras: These cameras can pan, tilt, and zoom, allowing for flexible and dynamic surveillance in large outdoor areas like airports or stadiums.
• LPR (License Plate Recognition) Cameras: It is typically used in parking lots, toll booths, and other areas where vehicle identification is necessary for security or data collection purposes.
• Fisheye cameras: uses a fisheye lens to provide a wide-angle view of a room or area, making them useful for indoor surveillance in large rooms or open spaces.
Milesight also offers various features and options within each camera type such as different resolution options, IR (infrared) cut filters, WDR (wide dynamic range) and more.
It’s important to carefully consider your surveillance needs and choose a camera type that is appropriate for your specific application. At Digital World Limited we have a network of trained installers across New Zealand to provide your local and national installation requirements.