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  Why us? Automation and Security Kerala
  Aura Business Solutions is a leading Electronic Security and Communications Solution provider in Kerala, India focusing on providing quality Electronic Security Solutions to both individual as well as corporate clients across the state. Read further
 
 

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Aura Business Solutions is a leading Electronic Security and Communications Solution provider in Kerala, India focusing on providing quality Electronic Security Solutions to both individual as well as corporate clients across the state.  Having registered Head Office in Mavelikara, Alappuzha district of Kerala Aura Business Solutions is having its branch office at Nurani, Near Jayamatha College, Palakkad and operations in Trivandrum, Kollam, Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Eranakulam, Trissur, Palakkad and Coimbatore districts.  Started in the year 2014, Aura Business Solutions has soon recognized as a leading solution provider keen on quality and after sales support.  In Aura we are committed to providing expert advice, implementing effective turn-key solutions, selling quality security equipment, delivering on our clients expectations and providing excellent after sales service and support. In a short span of time, the Company has successfully completed more than 1000 installations across 13 major districts of Kerala and Tamilnadu.

Aura Business Solutions is an authorized System Integrator for world’s leading brands like Hikvision, Bosch, Panasonic, ESSL, Ditec, Zion, D-Link, Netgear, Copper Folia, Fobix Semicon etc.  We provide fully customized and comprehensive solutions for CCTV Surveillance, Biometric Time & Attendance Systems, Access Controls, Burglar Alarm, EPABX, IP-PBX, Digital Phones, Public Address Systems,  Conference Systems, Video Door Phones, Remote Gate Motors, Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) Systems, Structured Cabling, Networking, Software Solutions and more.  Aura Business Solutions leverages advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions.

All our machines are supported by a team of highly qualified, dedicated and Company trained Service Professionals, making our service the best in the industry. Our unique Extended Warranty and Annual Maintenance Schemes ensure smooth functioning of the System even years after you purchase from us.

Are you searching CCTV Camera installation in Kerala? You are on right place of CCTV Installation in Kerala. We are authorised CCTV Camera Installation Company in Kerala. Our CCTV Installation shop in Kerala is located near your location. Aura Business Solutions is CCTV Camera Installation Company in Kerala. We are providing complete installation of your CCTV camera sets in Kerala. Our technician and team will visit you sit and suggest you best CCTV camera price as per your need. Our CCTV camera installation cost is not too high. We are providing CCTV camera installation for home, office, corporate house, factory, school and many more places in Kerala. We are also providing different type of CCTV Camera, DVR (Digital Video recorder), NVR (Network Video Recorder), IP Camera, HD Camera, Wifi Camera, Wireless Cameras, Cube Camera, Cable and wire, BNC & DC, HDMI Cable, VJ Cable, 3+1 pure copper, Cate-6 Wire, POE Switch and many more accessories. We are dealing of CCTV camera installation in Kerala of many popular brands such as CP Plus, Dahua, Hikvision, Honeywell, Panasonic, Sony, Bosch, Keeper, Zicom, Godrej, Vantage, Pelco, Axis, Sparsh and Vintron.

Fostered with huge business experience and expertise in this arena, Aura Business Solutions has been indulged in offering first-rate CCTV camera installation services in Kerala. We offer custom and professional CCTV installation services depending on the specific requirements and needs of the clients. Whether an individual needs to install a CCTV camera in a residential apartment or a corporate office, we can do this job in an efficient manner.

At Aura, we are well versed with advanced techniques and methods of CCTV Camera installation in Kerala. Armed with a talented team of experts, we render this service in numerous forms and as per the necessities of the clients. In the present scenario, the safety and security hazards are increasing with fast pace and to avoid unauthorized access in the office premises and residential apartments, it is important to have CCTV cameras. It reduces the possibility of various crimes. CCTV cameras were quite expensive a few years back, but now, these are available at very economical prices.

No matter what kind of camera you have opted for your place, you can trust us for professional CCTV Camera installation. Being an expert in our domain, we take special care of even the smallest detail while installing a CCTV and associated equipment. Our primary motto is to give utmost level of satisfaction to the clients by offering quality services. At the present scenario, the cameras can be operated through Android mobiles, windows, iPad and iPhone, etc. Our experts have good knowledge of all kinds of top-notch CCTV cameras. We dont just install the cameras, but we can help clients to buy a perfect product. When it comes to the cost, we offer reliable and feasible services at very economical rates. 

 
 
  PTZ Camera Kerala - Speed Dome (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) Cameras
  PTZ stands for Pan, Tilt, and Zoom. They are also called Speed Dome Cameras. These are gold-standard cameras for video surveillance.Unlike less expensive static cameras, there’s no need to limit your view to whatever the camera lens happens to be pointing at. Think someone may be lurking in the shadows, Read further
 
 

PTZ Camera Kerala - Speed Dome (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) Cameras

PTZ stands for Pan, Tilt, and Zoom. They are also called Speed Dome Cameras. These are gold-standard cameras for video surveillance. Unlike less expensive static cameras, there’s no need to limit your view to whatever the camera lens happens to be pointing at. Think someone may be lurking in the shadows, just out of sight of your fixed-focus bullet camera? With a PTZ camera, it’s easy to take charge and instruct the camera to move the camera from left to right (pan), or up and down (tilt), or even to zoom in for a close-up that can provide significantly greater detail. Only PTZ cameras provide you this level of mechanical control, even after the camera is firmly mounted in position. When housed in a hardened, vandalism-resistant dome, and mounted on an indoor ceiling or outdoor overhang, it’s possible to implement discreet, active surveillance of any suspicious activity by questionable individuals. Track a suspicious character’s movements, or zoom in to see what she just put in her purse, for example.

REAL-TIME CONTROL

Only PTZ cameras allow you this degree of real-time control, taking your security capabilities to a whole new level. Other options include IP wireless transmission of your feed, so you can not only view imagery remotely, you can even control the camera remotely. Alter your field of view from a distant location, at any time of the day or night- some models even offer 360 degree views. All you’ll need is your internet-connected smartphone or other digital device, and the appropriate, free software. Some models come with a handy remote control.

OPTICAL AND DIGITAL ZOOM
Options on PTZ cameras are numerous. While all PTZ cameras offer optical zoom capability, some also provide digital zoom. Optical zoom is best, but digital zoom can further enhance a given image for even greater resolution of distant objects. Other options include the ability to select pre-programmed patterns of surveillance, so your camera automatically, and repeatedly, scans all areas within its considerable range, without any further instructions from you.

WEATHERPROOF OPTIONS

Purchase a PTZ camera with a weather-proof housing for a workhorse camera that can take the elements. Set it up to watch over exterior entrances, exits, and other sensitive areas of your home or business. Motion detection is another optional feature. With these models, the camera is capable of detecting motion within its field of view. Such motion may signal the presence of unauthorized individuals, so rest assured that your camera will take notice and track the source of the movement. Some cameras also offer infrared (IR) capability, and high definition (HD) image resolution.

NIGHT VISION AVAILABLE
IR or night vision was once cutting-edge military technology, designed to allow soldiers to see the enemy even on the darkest of nights. Now this technology is available to consumers who prefer not to pay for expensive flood lights at night. No light? No problem. IR PTZ cameras allow you to see clearly—albeit in black and white—at night. And of course, we’re all familiar with the unprecedented detail and life-like clarity of high definition video. It’s the new standard that leaves the grainy images of yesteryear in the proverbial dust.

Where to Use?
For large area surveillance. Example to have effective surveillance over a stadium, ground or traffic.
Public Gatherings - Festivals, Public Meetings.
Military

 
  Home Security Essentials
  Aura Business Solutions is a leading Electronic Security and Communications Solution provider in Kerala, India focusing on providing quality Electronic Security Solutions to both individual as well as corporate clients across the state. Read further
 
 

Home Security Essentials

Contrary to popular belief, most burglaries do not occur at night at all. Instead, 65% of burglaries occur between 6am and 6pm. Most burglars do not want to risk encountering someone so they will try your home when you're most likely to be at work. The most common hours for a burglary to occur are between 10am-3pm

Burglars will target properties with an obstructed view from the streets to avoid being seen by neighbours or passers-by. Corner houses are often targeted due to having at least one side with no neighbours, and thieves will go to the back or side of the property as fences provide coverage.

Make your home look occupied, and make it difficult to break in.
Lock all outside doors and windows before you leave the house or go to bed. ...
Leave lights on when you go out.
Keep your garage door closed and locked
Don't allow daily deliveries of mail, newspapers or flyers build up while you are away.

 

Most burglaries are opportunistic, but some thieves will case a property and plan the break in, before they strike. They may pose as neighbors or college students, so they can walk or drive down your street unnoticed and study your routine. Burglars might come to your door pretending to be a sales rep or handyman, in order to have a look at what's inside, and examine the security of your property. They may look out for keys, so they can see if they'd be able to fish them through the letterbox.

Make your home look occupied, and make it difficult to break in.
Lock all outside doors and windows before you leave the house or go to bed.
Leave lights on when you go out.
Keep your garage door closed and locked.
Don't allow daily deliveries of mail, newspapers or flyers build up while you are away.
Try using a working alarm system is always a good measure.
Locking doors and windows are a good measure.
Destroy boxes.
Leave lights on if you're leaving.
Trust your neighbors.
Keep things put away and out of sight if possible, so a snooping stranger can't see valuables through windows.

The latest arrival is blinking LED Camera.  It detects the movement and the special LED light on the camera blinks multiple times.  PIR Detection Camera has become popular in a short span of time. This will deter and frighten the thief.  They also have a blinking LED light right in the front, which is a prominent feature of these cameras. ... However, because most real security cameras come without this light, security experts recommend not buying cameras with this feature. Apart from the blinking light, dummy cameras serve no real purpose.

Thieves will target properties without a security system installed, as they don't want to risk being seen or heard.

Install security lighting, CCTV and visible intruder alarm systems. These will not only help to deter burglars, but also will alert you should a thief attempt to break in. If you can't afford to install a security system, dummy systems are an affordable alternative. Put up signs or stickers that show you have a security system installed, whether you do or not, to put burglars off. 

 
  What are the latest Home Security Products Available in India? Do I need one?
  Every modern family ask this question because of the alarming rate of burglaries, violence and theft happen around us everyday. Read further
 
 

What are the best Home Security Products available?

Every modern family ask this question because of the alarming rate of burglaries, violence and theft happen around us everyday.

The first and foremost step towards home security is to assess the possible threats and with the help of an expert design a system which suits your budget.  After visiting thousands of homes across Kerala, we understand there are mainly two aspects we need to look into.

1. Prevention of crime - How can we prevent crime from happening.
2. Getting valuable evidence from the crime scene and make sure that the culprits are being caught.

To avoid being the victim of a burglary, getting a home security system is your best option. We spent dozens of hours researching reviews and crime statistics, and speaking with customers and law-enforcement officials; be sure to read our findings on the best home security system to protect you and your home.

CCTV CAMERAS

CCTV Cameras have major role in protecting your valuable assets. Outside of being able to monitor your premises, CCTV cameras as deterrents is probably one of their most recognised benefits.
Just like seeing a mounted alarm system, an intruder seeing cameras may decide that it’s easier and safer to move elsewhere. It’s much better to prevent intrusion than dealing with it after it’s occurred.

By deterring criminal activity, CCTV security systems can reduce your home and property insurance costs. You are less of a target, so the risk is lowered, which means the price of your insurance can decrease too.A camera system can provide people with an increased sense of security and reassurance, particularly in areas where the crime rate is high.
BURGLAR ALARM
There are major differences between a burglar alarm and a home security system; the latter provides additional benefits to help protect you and your family, and it may be the better investment. Before signing up with a company, it is important that you know what you are getting, what is protected and how the system works.
A burglar alarm is the traditional type of alarm system that has sensors on doors and windows. It will alert you or law enforcement (depending on your settings) that an intruder has entered into your home. This is extremely beneficial — but a home security system can also warn you about environmental dangers, such as fire, carbon monoxide and even flooding.
GATE AUTOMATION
Security is the main reason people choose to install automated gate systems to their home or commercial property. Not only are thieves much less likely to target a property with an automated gate, but the gate itself will make access to the property incredibly difficult. Due to the irreversibly geared motors, it would be near impossible to force the gate open.
You can increase security by installing an audio or video intercom system, which will allow you to speak to those trying to gain access to the property. This offers you a safe and convenient way of verifying the identity of visitors, without having to walk out to the gate itself.

ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
n today’s busy and competitive world, security is a huge concern and individuals are constantly looking for reliable ways to ensure safety of their physical as well as logical assets. For a very long time, the most common way of protecting our homes and belongings was to use lock and key systems. The security protocol followed was to have a single key for a single lock. However, it is not difficult to make multiple keys for a single lock and hence this system is outdated and cannot guarantee security. The next level of security is provided by more modern systems that use a password or PIN as an authenticating tool. In such systems, the password of authenticated users is stored for the purpose of validation which provides substantial safety as it acts as a secret code for the authorized users. But this system also has a pitfall as unauthorized users can hack passwords by continuously trying all possible combinations using some sophisticated techniques.

The newest form of home access control systems deal with biometric information such as fingerprints. It is a boon as it overcomes the problems of previous security systems as well as provides a very high level of recognition accuracy. The skin on our fingers exhibits a flow like pattern known as friction ridges. The patterns of these ridges on each finger are unique and immutable and this is what makes fingerprint a unique form of identification for each individual. The presence of fingerprint based security systems can be seen in many situations of our day-to-day lives. These systems have been deployed in various places such as offices, industries, and schools and more recently in home security. Such systems utilize a combination of biometric and embedded systems technology. Moreover, biometric technology has been used by law enforcement since a very long time to find suspects and now it is being used to identify the authorized individuals as well.

Home Security System Installation Tips

Many homeowners are concerned about how the home security system is powered. Suppose you are on vacation and get word that there was a storm in your neighborhood that knocked out the electricity. Is your home security system still on? Is your home protected? Should you return home?

No matter what type of system you have, it will continue to operate even when there is no power at your home. A traditional system that is powered by electricity is typically low voltage, which means it doesn’t actually take a lot of power to run the system. And these types of systems contain a large battery that will back up the system when the main power is out.
Now that you have determined the importance of a home security system, and know what services are available, you will need to choose a service provider. First, consider how long the company has been in business. We recommend you choose a company that has registration and reputed with rich expertise in the field. This track record will give you not only customer feedback, but also peace of mind.  Indian market is flooded with inferior electronic security products and freelance installers.  Be careful with them.  Always insist warranty document and GST invoice while you install and security system.
Never buy security product from an online store or computer shop.  A customised installation requires lots of homework, good expertise and scientific site survey.  Major security system manufactures do not provide warranty to system purchased from online stores.  Be wise, because you deserve the best when it comes to safety.

 
  Why IP Cameras?
  Internet protocol (IP) cameras represent the latest in digital video camera technology and are invaluable video surveillance tools for homes and businesses. Read further
 
 

Why IP Cameras?

Internet protocol (IP) cameras represent the latest in digital video camera technology and are invaluable video surveillance tools for homes and businesses. Unlike outdated analog camera technology that relies on the use of closed-circuit television, IP cameras deliver and receive data via the internet and computer networks, which provides enhanced video surveillance capabilities. The following facts can help you make a more informed decision when purchasing IP cameras for your Phoenix-area residence or business.

1. IP Cameras Resolution Offers More Detail
Analog cameras are limited to a resolution of 720×480, regardless of the cost or power of the camera, IP cameras have no limitation on resolution, which many models exceeding the 1080P HD-quality resolution we experience on our HDTVs at home. This results in more usable images, with the ability to electronically enhance the image after the event has occurred and receive greater detail than traditional video.

Resolution for IP cameras is normally referred to as 720p or 1080p, which are standard resolutions. An important difference between analog and IP cameras is the manner in which resolution is measured. IP cameras use new technology that measures resolution in pixels rather than in horizontal lines like old analog cameras did.  Resolution refers to the number of pixels, which are the tiny areas of illumination on a display screen that form the image. High-resolution cameras feature a greater number of pixels than low-resolution cameras, which means they have enhanced capabilities to capture and display more information, and with greater detail and clarity.

While 720p and 1080p are both regarded as standard IP camera resolution, there are some important distinctions between the two. For instance, a 1080p image actually provides twice the amount of detail as a 720p image. However, the 1080p also consumes twice as much bandwidth, which can result in slower streaming and cause storage capacity to fill up twice as fast. Additionally, 1080p IP cameras are typically more expensive than 720p models.

1080p Is Also Known as Full HD Resolution

It can produce images that are 1920 x 1080 pixels, and the height of the image is normally how the resolution is determined. For example, 720p images are measured at 1280 x 720 pixels. This means full IP camera resolution provides more than twice the number of pixels than standard resolution. Consequently, 1080p cameras are often marketed as being the equivalent of two 720p cameras.

There are also a number of important differences between standard and full HD resolution cameras, as well as several significant similarities. For instance, the signal transmission distance of the 1080p camera is up to 1,640 feet, compared to 984 feet for 720p camera systems. Both systems make use of a single coax cable to transmit video, audio and control signals. They also provide roughly the same night vision capabilities, as well a similar number of nonstop recording hours.

IP Are The Best Security Cameras for Facial Recognition

It is crucial that a security camera provides images with the high degree of clarity that enables easy identification of an intruder and other important crime details. Otherwise, it offers little value from a security perspective. One of the major disadvantages of using analog cameras for video surveillance is that they often fail to provide enough detail to aid law enforcement or security personnel during the identification process.

If you want to use cameras for facial recognition, to monitor crimes or to view license plates, then IP is the way to go. To maximize the ID potential of your video surveillance system, consider bearing the additional cost of a full resolution HD 1080p camera. It just might make the difference when attempting to identify and apprehend a home intruder or determining the perpetrator of internal theft within your company. In the world of video surveillance, you can’t go wrong with IP if you want amazing detail in your videos.

 

IP Cameras Are Versatile

If you are looking for security cameras that connect to networks, IP cameras offer a distinct advantage over analog models. With analog cameras in video surveillance, you were extremely limited because of reliance on power outlets and cable lengths. This made long-distance and remote connectivity problematic at best, and in many instances, virtually impossible. What’s more, this makes analog cameras incompatible with many of today’s wireless network operating environments.

With IP cameras, you can easily connect to your network to share data with your system. You can even install and deploy an IP-based surveillance camera system using your existing network architecture. Think of how much that can save you in terms of time, labor costs and maintenance. Using wireless IP camera systems that connect to networks without having to install miles of cabling also provides maximum camera placement flexibility. As a result, you may experience greater coverage of the areas that require monitoring on your property.

Also, analog signals are converted several times. The camera itself typically uses a digital image sensor, which converts the signal to analog to transmit it. Once the signal is received into a recorder, it is converted back to digital again in order to process, record, and distribute it. Each time the video is converted it loses quality. With IP cameras, the data is kept in digital format throughout, maintaining quality with minimal loss.

As the cost of IP cameras has reduced over the past few years, the total cost of ownership tends to be lower with IP than analog systems. They are faster and simpler to install, due to technologies like Power over Ethernet (PoE). They consume less power, resulting in a “greener” camera environment. The end result is a higher quality system that delivers better images, better security, and is far less expensive to implement in most applications.

Some believe IP cameras may not be as cost-effective as analog cameras. This is mainly because IP camera systems generally require a higher upfront expenditure that analog systems, primarily due to greater cost of the cutting-edge technology. This often causes prospective buyers to forgo the best security system for their needs in an effort to reduce expenses.

It is true that IP cameras require a larger upfront investment, but they have advanced features that aren’t available with old technology. Examples include radar and thermal imaging and state-of-the-art motion-tracking technology that offer enhanced intrusion detection capabilities. They also include event verification that can more quickly confirm the presence of an intruder and reduce the amount of time it takes for emergency personnel to respond. The cloud recording capabilities eliminate worries about running out of tape, which would in effect leave your property unprotected.

 
  Common Types of CCTV Cameras
  Dome: A dome cameras get their name from the dome-shaped housing in which they sit. These housings are designed to make the cameras unobtrusive Read further
 
 

Common Types of CCTV Cameras

Dome: A dome cameras get their name from the dome-shaped housing in which they sit. These housings are designed to make the cameras unobtrusive… not covert or hidden. Typical applications are retail, where the camera is designed to be unobtrusive, but visible.
Bullet A bullet CCTV camera is a wall-mount or ceiling-mounted unit that is typically designed for indoor use, but can also be fill some outdoor applications. The camera derives its name from its sleek, thin cylindrical shape. Many bullet cameras also tout themselves as being waterproof. The camera is not typically designed to have pan/tilt/zoom control but instead to capture images from a fixed area. The unit is mounted pointing at a particular area.
Covert/Desktop/Board Cameras: These tiny cameras are well suited for desktop use for Skype and other low-resolution teleconference applications.
Discreet Cameras: It’s clock… it’s a smoke detector… it’s motion sensor. The real answer is none of the above. These are just some of the disguises for covert cameras. Of course, covert cameras can also be characterized by conventional cameras placed in discreet locations.

Infrared/Night Vision: These night-vision cameras have the ability to see images in pitch black conditions using IR LEDs.
Outdoor: The key to outdoor cameras is the housing itself, which must be impenetrable to moisture, insects, dust and other elements.

Day/Night: Day/night cameras compensate for varying light conditions to allow the camera to capture images. These are primarily used in outdoor applications where the security camera is positioned for an outdoor parking lot, for example. In many cases, units are dubbed as having a wide dynamic range to function in glare, direct sunlight, reflections and strong backlight 24/7.

Vari-focal: A camera with a varifocal lens allows the operator to zoom in or out while still maintaining focus on the image.

Network/IP: These cameras, both hardwired and wireless, transmit images over the Internet, often compressing the bandwidth so as not to overwhelm the web. IP cameras are easier to install than analog cameras because they do not require a separate cable run or power boost to send images over a longer distance.

Wireless: Not all wireless cameras are IP-based. Some wireless cameras can use alternative modes of wireless transmission. But no matter what the transmission method, the primary benefit to these units is still the same: extreme flexibility in installation.

PTZ/Speed Domes: Pan/tilt/zoom cameras give the surveillance operator the ability to move the camera left or right (pan); up and down (tilt); and zoom the lens closer or farther. These are relegated to surveillance situations where there is an actual live guard or surveillance specialist monitoring the images. There are cameras that have automated pan/tilt/zoom functionality where the camera is moving on a timed basis. These are many times used to cover a wide area with only one camera, or to avoid poor light conditions, such as a setting sun.

High-Definition Cameras: Ultra high-definition cameras are often relegated to niche markets, such as casinos. These give the operators the ability to zoom in with extreme clarity (to look at poker players, for example, who might have something up their sleeve). In the past, these cameras were tube-based analog cameras, but today’s digital technology has displaced those older units. The cameras can also transmit their images using HD CCTV.

 
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