Rapid Deployment Wireless Monitoring Systems

07-Jun-2012 | News-Press Release

Brighton, East Sussex (prsafe) June 4, 2012 - Paul says that Shadow Surveillance, of Brighton, can monitor vacant properties with wireless monitoring systems. They can deploy these systems quickly and easily. The systems are battery powered so mains connectivity is not an issue. They are also resilient and weatherproof. A wireless monitoring system means that your vacant building, construction site, remote location or storage facility can be remotely monitored by a professional security staff.

A remote wireless monitoring system comprises a control panel and a number of video camera detectors. The control panel is connected to Shadow Surveillance's Operations Centre via the standard mobile phone data network. The operator can view the vacant property live through any of the video cameras.

The video cameras are equipped with motion detectors. On detection of movement, the video camera will turn on and capture a ten second clip which is transmitted to the operator via the control panel. The operator will examine the clip and, if necessary using the live viewing facility, determine whether there is an intrusion in progress.

If the operator verifies that an intrusion is in progress then the agreed call out response process is invoked with a combination of a patrol being sent to the site, the property owner being informed or the police called. One of the key advantages of this solution is that unnecessary callouts (e.g. due to animal movements) are reduced. Video clips can be used as evidence in any subsequent prosecution.

Deployment & Costs

Shadow Surveillance can deploy this wireless monitoring system on a site in an hour or so. Removal can also be completed in the same time period. Costs for such a solution from Shadow Surveillance can be as little as £10 a day. For more details please click http://www.securitysussex.co.uk/


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