Interactive and Access Control​

Our customer's tell us that their CCTV Security Cameras help them in all these areas :

  • Worker's compensation claims.
  • Insurance claims.
  • Office theft.
  • Harassment claims.
  • Property damage .
  • Process & productivity observation.
  • False alarm verification.

What is CCTV?
Why use CCTV?

There is a video surveillance protocol designed specifically to address a variety of business needs. Think about video surveillance NOT as cameras, monitors, and video recorders, but as a new set of eyes watching over your business all the time, wherever you want them - looking for the things that are most important to you. Then let MTI provide the RIGHT solution.

    So what are the advantages of an IP Video system?

  • Access video wherever the network can reach. 
  • Leverage IT Infrastructure to reduce costs and improve scale.
  • Enhance value with integrated software applications.
  • Improve video quality over analog video.

We offer cameras with a variety of lenses and mounts. Each type of camera fits a different need or application:

  • Standard Camera (brick).
  • Miniature Dome (small, circular housing).
  • Full-size Dome with Pan, Tilt & Zoom.
  • Covert Camera (hidden camera).

Phone: (855)506-5437 
Fax: (816)279-3045
601 Lincoln St, St Joseph MO 64501

Commercial & Home Security Cameras

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​        After you've determined all the types and locations of your cameras, you will be able to select the proper digital video recorder (DVR), or other control equipment. With new digital technology, you can record upon motion, events or schedules. In addition you can search for recorded events by simply entering the time and date and download an image to a DVD. We can also allow you to view cameras real-time on your smart phone, tablet, or computer from anywhere, anytime.

        Residential Video Surveillance 
            Residential video surveillance systems allow busy parents to keep an eye on their children, see who’s at the front door, or make certain the baby’s sleeping soundly. Some choose to view additional areas outside the home including pools, decks, patios or detached buildings and garages. Our residential video surveillance systems can be designed to view one or several different cameras from any household television.


IP is an abbreviation for Internet Protocol. IP was developed in the 1970's as a way for government and university computers to communicate. The fundamental IP protocol has actually changed very little over the past 30 years – a testament to the simplicity and vision of the original design. IP is now the backbone of the global Internet and nearly all data communications. 

    IP cameras offer the following features that analog cameras do not:

  • 2 way data/audio - the device can send and receive information to almost any digital device. This allows users to communicate what they are seeing (e.g. Petrol station clerk assisting a customer on how to use the prepay pumps), or warn off perpetrators via the camera's speakers.

  • High Resolution - as with digital still cameras, the resolution of IP cameras is superior to analog cameras and is increasing. There is no cap or restriction on resolution, as is the case with CCTV cameras which are restricted by the PAL/NTSC standards.
  • Smart phone -  IP cameras have built-in function enabling the device to send and receive videos based on events, allowing video interaction via a smart phone (e.g. iPhone).