Which Security Camera is Best?
For the most effective digital security system, pair your camera system with virtual security officer service for remote monitoring of your property. The virtual security officer service can operate independently or in partnership with your on-site security team. Using the cameras, a remote virtual security officer will conduct tours of the premises at a pace much faster than an on-site security guard. The remote guard also responds quickly to alarms and can direct first responders to the appropriate location.
Virtual guard patrols can be set up at any location on your premises and on any schedule you desire. The virtual security officer escorts can be used to monitor the safety of people in the parking lot and serve as a virtual doorman to monitor a gated area or lobby. The guard can schedule virtual openings and closings at the beginning and end of worker shifts as well.
High-quality cameras paired with other sensors, such as motion detectors, make it possible for video verification of alarms. When the alarm sounds, a video clip is sent to the remote monitoring station where the incident is reviewed. This is useful for verifying threats at remote locations and in conditions, such as bad weather, that can generate false alarms. It can also help ensure a swift response to genuine threats.
Selecting the right camera technologies for the job depends on a number of factors such as lighting, monitoring, and the scope of the area and activities that will be covered. Our security consultants will determine the best mix of cameras and equipment to suit your situation.