- Dec 30, 2016
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Is radar smart enough, though? What if the perp stops behind a tree/car/other object and waits for the camera to return to it's home position and that tree is not in view any longer. Can't the perp just continue on knowing he's no longer being tracked? The obvious answer to this would be spotter cams to cover a situation like that. In theory, you would have IVS setup to trigger the PTZ to pick him/them up again and contrinue tracking. I guess I'll have to look more into how radar tracking would work out. Not that I can afford it.One of each but that 1st one with radar looks expensive.
It looks like something from a terminator movie. I think it's enough to scare burglars alone on it's own without ever needing to record them.
At least one good thing, radar should be less prone to false tracking. In PIR's it's generally regarded as more resiliant from what I can gather.