HD CCTV Installation for Commercial and Domestic Properties in Scotland

Beyond Sound has trained engineers with more than 10 years of experience, ready to install the very latest technology in CCTV systems to the highest standard at properties across Scotland, including Glasgow, Paisley, Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, and Central Scotland. With high-quality remote mobile viewing, smart AI technology, motion detection, and True Nightvision, you can rest assured knowing your property is safe from crime and vandalism, and should anything happen, your CCTV footage is easily accessible.

Local CCTV Installation Across Scotland

With over 10 years of experience providing local CCTV installation to a high standard, Beyond Sound is able to supply and install your new home security CCTV system and even offer handover training as a complete bundle. For peace of mind, get notifications from your security system straight to your phone or tablet with remote mobile viewing, smart AI, and many more features.

Cutting Edge Technology

Beyond Sound provide the very latest technology in CCTV alarm systems and security installation for business and commercial properties with the very latest features including;

  • Facial Recognition
  • Panoramic Lens
  • DarkFighter Night Vision
  • Number Plate Recognition
  • Explosion Proof Cameras
  • Intruder Notifications
  • 4K UHD Resolution

We provide a one-year warranty on all of our products along with an optional maintenance contract if you wish for us to maintain your home security system.

Analogue vs Digital CCTV Systems

Beyond Sound can offer the very latest technology in both analogue systems and fully digital security systems.

The main difference between the two system types is that analogue CCTV cameras record images to a digital recorder and then convert this video to a digital format. This requires the DVR to be connected to a monitor or router in order to be broadcast through an internal network for remote access. 

Digital CCTV cameras or IP (internet protocol) cameras are already recorded in digital format and so the conversion process is not required. The data recorded is sent to a dedicated network video recorder through the existing network and can be accessed remotely.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What does CCTV stand for?

CCTV stands for “Closed-Circuit Television”. “Closed-Circuit” means broadcasts are normally transmitted to a closed or limited number of monitors, unlike normal everyday TV which is broadcast to the general public.

When was CCTV invented?

The earliest documentation of CCTV technology was in Germany in 1942. The CCTV system was created by engineer Walter Butch and was originally set up for the monitoring of V-2 rockets. In 1949, the technology was implemented on a commercial basis.

What is CCTV used for?

CCTV systems have a number of uses but are most commonly used for security, monitoring, and surveillance purposes. From public places to private residences. security systems are strategically placed in order to capture events, prevent crime, monitor traffic, and more.

Where can I point my CCTV cameras?

When installing CCTV cameras on your property, you can point them anywhere within the boundaries of your private property so long as they don’t infringe on areas where people have a reasonable expectation of privacy. We will always ensure cameras are placed in adequate positions during installation.

Who can view CCTV footage?

You can request access to view any CCTV footage captured in a public place that you appear within, this has to be provided within one calendar month and should be free of charge. You can request access either verbally or in writing by contacting the owner of the CCTV system in question If the CCTV camera is on private property you cannot request access to view the footage unless you believe the camera to be recording outside the boundaries of their private property, you are then given a number of rights under the Data Protection laws.

How long is CCTV footage kept in the UK?

There are currently no laws to enforce how long CCTV footage should be kept. Many domestic home CCTV systems overwrite after anything from 2 to 28 days – many homeowners tend to keep this on the lower end. Many commercial CCTV systems will often keep their footage for 28 days before it’s deleted.

Can Police Look at CCTV?

The police are legally allowed to access your CCTV footage when absolutely necessary. Your CCTV footage should only ever be requested by police in order to help solve local crime and there are a number of certain measures in place to ensure this footage is only used in a safe and appropriate way.

Do CCTV cameras record at all times?

Many CCTV systems record based on the settings set by the owner, for example, a number of CCTV systems will start to record video when they detect movement while others simply do record everything.

Get in Touch Today!

We have a selection of new CCTV products to suit all budgets, get in touch with our expert team at Beyond Sound to discuss your requirements and get your free quote. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with the head office and our team will get back to you as soon as possible.