Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) July 17, 2006
High Desert Protection (http://www.highdesertprotection.com), an A Squared Enterprises superstore that provides sophisticated surveillance solutions to consumers and businesses worldwide, today announced that it has added numerous robust, high-tech products to its portfolio. With new hidden and spy cameras, turnkey surveillance systems, digital phone recorders, infant monitoring systems, and more, High Desert Protection continues to be one of the largest providers of security and protection systems on the Internet.
“Our goal is to offer the most innovative and cost-effective solutions for keeping valuable assets safe at all times,” said Arnie Bosch, co-founder of High Desert Protection. “These new products empower our customers to take a more proactive approach to security, so they can avoid becoming victims of injury or loss.”
Some of the featured new products include:
- More than 70 impossible-to-find hidden cameras disguised as snack foods, plush toys, cleaners and other household products, appliances such as smoke detectors and handheld vacuums, office supplies, and more. Also available are cameras contained in functional DVD players, VCRs, clocks, and radios that can record images even when the appliance is turned off, as well as an extensive selection of self-contained spy camera systems and nanny cams. High Desert Protection offers one of the largest selections of spy cameras available today.
- New professional bullet and dome security cameras with x-vision capabilities that can be used in daylight or complete darkness, and mounted indoors or outdoors, on walls, ceilings, or building exteriors. These cameras, which include the state-of-the-art snake camera, come in wired and wireless versions, and provide the highest quality images in black and white, or color.
- Tiny board cameras useful in a wide variety of applications.
- Turnkey surveillance systems that are fully Internet-accessible, allowing live or stored images and video to be viewed remotely at any time, from any PC, Web-enabled cell phone, or other mobile device, anywhere in the world. These solutions offer significant cost-savings, providing complete security coverage without the time and expense of piecing together various system components.
- Multi-channel video recorders, most of which feature our exclusive VMD (Video Motion Detection) chip technology, which limits recording to only those times when action is taking place. As a result, users can save time and storage space by saving and viewing only relevant video clips.
- VISEC surveillance software, a next-generation computer program developed by NASA-level engineers that transforms home and office PCs into sophisticated four-channel digital video recorders that can monitor any location around the globe. VISEC installs in just minutes, and can record all activity, or dynamically begin recording when motion is detected. Real-time alerts instantly notify users via email, cell phone, or PDA when an event occurs.
“High Desert Protection has something for any security need,” Bosch concluded. “From parents who want to keep an eye on babysitters and adult children concerned over the care their elderly or disabled loved ones are receiving, to business owners that need to monitor employee activity or secure office facilities. Our products can even be used for shoplifting surveillance, or spying on cheating spouses.”
All High Desert Protection equipment is easy to install and maintain, allowing users to set up their surveillance solution quickly and easily, using nothing more than standard household tools.
About A Squared Enterprises, LLC
A Squared Enterprises was founded by husband and wife team Amy and Arnie Bosch in 2004. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, A Squared Enterprises is committed to the protection of individuals and corporations, and is dedicated to a variety of related charitable causes, including the National Military Family Association and the Iraq War Veterans Association. High Desert Protection is also a proud sponsor of the Amber Alert Program (http://www.codeamber.org), and donates five percent of all retail sale proceeds to the organization.