How to access security cameras remotely
- General description
- Issue: Accessing your security camera remotely
- USB webcam as an IP surveillance camera
1. General description
When you are leaving your house, have you ever hesitated, concerned that you will not be there to keep your castle safe? Kept looking back over your shoulder as you walk away after locking up? Driven a few blocks away and then found a reason to return just to get a last look before you depart?
If home security is a concern of yours, then you are in a quandary. Try as you might, you cannot be at home and someplace else at the same time. When you leave your house you just cannot know what’s going on back there. Burglaries are down recently due to the installation of alarm systems and better locks, but you still are uneasy because nothing is perfect.
To reduce your anxiety concerning your home’s safety, you might consider remote access security cameras. For a variety of reasons, you may want to monitor and record areas in and around your house.
Video surveillance allows you to monitor or record activity in and around an area for many different reasons. You may want to keep your sleeping baby safe from falling out of bed.
Maybe you want to be certain that your child got off the school bus and into the house safely. Security camera can also alert you to strangers on your property and in some instances help law enforcement by capturing images of someone breaking into your house.
2. Issue: Accessing your security camera remotely
If you’re trying to watch your home or the people in it, you need have access to the video feed wherever you are. You want to be able to have the security camera connected so it can be viewed directly through your computer or by CCTV remote access.