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In today’s digital world, we can help you design and develop future-proof IP video surveillance systems that align with your business requirements. Our extensive offerings include a wide range of high-quality video surveillance equipment and software solutions. We provide customised services such as system design, after-sales technical support, and training to facilitate your systems. With over two decades of industry experience and a team of highly skilled and dedicated engineers, SPIRALTECH strives to improve the performance of your IP video systems. We supplement our end-to-end solutions with accessibility, reliability and optimum flexibility.

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Mobotix Authorized Distributor

Bizsafe Certificate

BriefCam Certificate

SSAS Certificate

Anyvision (Oosto) Certificate

Merlion Awards

2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Milestone Certificate

Security Service Provider License

Our Solutions

Video Management Software

Versatile & Customized

Scalable & Flexible

User-friendly & Clear

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Video Analytics & Artificial Intelligence

Accelerate Investigations

Reduce time-to-target while increasing safety and optimizing operations

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Facial Recognition

Get alerted when people enter your premises

Respond to threats while protecting bystander privacy

Allow access to the right people, right place, right time

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Video Surveillance

High Standard For Any Scenario

High-End Multitasking in Video Technology

Fixed bullet and fixed dome cameras with integrated video analysis

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Hemispheric Camera

12MP sensor with WDR function

Discreet 360° all-round view (fisheye)

IR and white light in one hemispherical camera

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Thermal Camera

Detecting Temperature Abnormalities

Automatic alarm when the temperature exceeds or fails below defined limits

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Portable Outdoor 4G Camera

For rapid and fast deployment application

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Cloud Solution

No local server required

Plug & play — extremely easy to use

No IT skills required

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Ruggedize Portable PC/Workstation


Durable and Versatile

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Network Storage

Turn a QNAP NAS from the open market into a fully-fledged MOBOTIX NAS system

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an IP-Based Video Surveillance System?

Internet Protocol (IP) cameras, also known as network cameras or IP cameras, are a form of digital security camera that captures and transmits video footage via an IP network. A popular choice for enterprise video surveillance, IP cameras connect to a network using Wi-Fi, a Power over Ethernet (PoE) cable, or a USB. They are often utilised in IP video surveillance systems along with network video recorders (NVRs) or, on occasion, digital video recorders (DVRs). Depending on the model, IP cameras can record videos in high resolution, and each camera has a processing chip that compresses the footage as it is recorded. As videos are captured in high resolution, the amount of data contained in each video is substantial. IP cameras should compress the files before sending them to the video management system to minimise bandwidth usage.

Is an IP Camera Better than a CCTV?

When compared, both CCTV and IP video surveillance systems have distinct benefits and drawbacks. Without a doubt, IP cameras often deliver a better image quality than CCTV cameras. However, CCTV systems are relatively easy to install and maintain due to their straightforward setup process. IP cameras, on the other hand, have a more complicated setup. IP systems are clearly beneficial in terms of scalability and remote control. Nonetheless, due to their affordability, CCTV cameras are a preferable choice for businesses with limited budgets. Ultimately, which system performs better will be determined by the requirements of the user.

Is an IP Camera System the Same as CCTV?

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) and internet protocol (IP) are two different types of security cameras. CCTV is a hardwired connection that focuses on broadcasting directly to a management system. IP cameras, on the other hand, are defined by wireless connectivity and their ability to access the internet. While they are different, depending on how they are installed and configured, IP cameras can be considered CCTV. However, in order for this to happen, an IP camera must meet these specific requirements:

  • The internal network and the camera must be linked by cable.
  • The camera should exclusively broadcast to the local system after installation.
  • The camera should be connected to a management system.

What is the Difference Between IP and DVR?

The key to a successful video system installation is finding the right security camera recorder. Whether the system is being created from scratch or getting upgraded, a competent recorder is required to keep track of the footage. While there are many variations, digital video recorders (DVRs) and network video recorders (NVRs) stand out in general. 

The main distinction between an NVR and a DVR is how raw data is processed by both devices. DVRs convert analogue video to digital, whereas NVRs exclusively deal with digital footage. In other words, DVRs process analogue video data at the recorder level, while IP video surveillance systems do it at the camera level.

How Do IP Cameras with Facial Recognition Work?

With facial recognition security cameras, businesses can easily safeguard their premises and assets. This is how facial recognition IP cameras operate to identify authorised personnel while generating fewer false alerts. 

  • Develop a database of all the individuals who have access to the business premises. 
  • IP cameras equipped with facial recognition systems will capture the face image and compare it with the database using advanced algorithms and software. 
  • If the system detects any unfamiliar faces, it will notify the management or inform the authorities.

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