If you are on the hunt for a video surveillance system, you have to pick between a Network Video Recorder (NVR) system and a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) system. Both record video footage. The difference lies in how they perform the recording. NVR works with IP cameras, directly recording and storing videos while DVR works with analog cameras, streaming videos to recorders before processing. You see, since NVR adopts more advanced technology, it costs more in comparison. You should also keep in mind that NVR can record both videos and audio whereas DVR can only record videos.
If you want to take a step further, a thermal IP camera is what you are looking for. A thermal IP camera is basically combining imaging and IP networking technology, and offers an extra layer of protection in challenging lighting and weather conditions. Purchasing a thermal IP camera instead of a visible security camera is cost-effective as well. Because of its more advanced technology and intricate mechanism, fewer false alarms occur. The Honeywell HVCT-B4010I thermal IP camera is in fact quite impressive. It provides 4MP high-resolution videos while measuring body temperature with high-precision in real-time, enabling effective and efficient body temperature detection without contact. Since users can switch between day and night mode, it gives clear black and white images in an all-black environment. Last but not least, as it supports video fusion view, rich image details can be seen in the videos.