Trantech Service: Designing Security Surveillance System


Compared to conventional analogue CCTV surveillance systems that have been existed in the market for a long time, IP-based CCTV surveillance systems may provide major benefits such as enhanced remote access, greater integration with other systems, higher picture quality, as well as scalability and scalability. However, for end-users to reap the full advantages of the solution, the design and execution of the solution must be meticulously planned and carried out from start to finish. This will guarantee that the system is adaptable to fast-changing technology in near future and that it is suitable for the particular requirements of the client.

This article is intended for designers and installers who are familiar with analogue surveillance systems but who do not have prior experience or specialised training in IP-based video systems. It explains the fundamental design concepts and critical considerations that are critical to implementing a successful network system.

When you come to Trantech with your floor plan or master plan, or even without any blueprint, we still can help you with our expertise and CCTV software to complete the designing stage. We provide six crucial steps include guidance on choosing the most appropriate equipment, an assessment of the available technology, and assistance with the decisions that must be made along the process. In addition to bandwidth and network transmission, there are design concerns for IP CCTV that include storage, applications, and how the system will interact with video management software.


A balance must be struck between the wide range of equipment available and the fast speed of technological advancement when developing an IP-based video surveillance system to guarantee that the optimum solution is provided to the client.

The fundamental principles of developing IP-based systems are:

  • Selecting the right cameras
  • Selecting the suitable functions/features/technologies (AI, Smart AI, Vari-focal, Motorised, etc)
  • Assessing deeper requirements and warning possible issues (such as position, illumination, the field of view, etc)

A new architecture is used by the IP system after that, since the video is spread over a network for transmission, administration, and storage, among other functions. In addition, we regularly connect with manufacturers to ensure the community’s ideas (such as information from ONVIF) are listened to and researched, so the security industry can develop wonderfully.

This means that our system designers and our customers (installers, electricians, security enterprises, councils, etc) will need to learn new skills and look at applications from a different perspective if they are to take advantage of the technical advantages offered by the new technologies currently available on the market and maximise the return on investment for their clients.

By splitting down the decision-making process into seven separate, but interconnected steps, all potential situations are addressed and addressed.