Unusual Activity Caught on Wireless Security Camera Systems Alerts Homeowners to Burglars

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iWatchLife wireless security camera systems immediately begin recording when burglars break into homes. Homeowners receive alerts and watch the activity live from a cellular device, tablet or computer.

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"Amazing technology and value Iwatchlife has knocked the ball out of the park, and Samsung as always has a great product"-Sean Bean

Interconnected wireless security camera systems stop crime while homeowners are away. The iWatchLife wireless surveillance camera catches crime as it happens and sends an alert to the owner who then decides what action to take. When the home is targeted by criminals, they are caught in full color doing wrong.

Networks of surveillance

Placing a wireless network of iWatchLife surveillance system cameras in areas vulnerable to break-ins assures home owners their home is being watched. The system will only record unusual events so finding events is quick and easy. No more video tapes to change or searching through hours of recorded video where nothing is happening. The time it takes to find the footage needed is the time it takes to turn on the video feed. No more wasted time.

Action is the key to taking control in areas where crime is high. Surveillance cameras prevent crime by their presence alone but the iWatchLife wireless surveillance camera does more than stop would-be thieves, it takes beautiful video without the grainy or snowy effect of older systems.

The success of iWatchLife

Private security cameras are becoming a powerful deterrent to crimes committed by those the homeowner trusts while away. These crimes involve theft, vandalism and abuse of individuals put under their care.

Nanny cameras became popular after several scandalous events and iWatchLife leads the way in discrete monitoring of the activity going on while parents are at work.

Engineering a smart surveillance camera

The Samsung SmartCamera and iWatchLife intuitive engineering make the system easy to use. The camera only records when a recordable event begins. How does the camera know the event is recordable? You draw an iWatchZone over the area you want to monitor, like a door or fence.

The system learns the normal interactions surrounding it and ignores common weather triggers such as rain, snow, leaves falling or trees moving. It comes to life when an extraordinary event occurs. The camera digitally records the event to iWatchLife’s private and secure cloud while alerting the owner of the activity.

The owner can use a smartphone to view the event as it happens, view it later or even share it with police. If the owner prefers no notification when a recordable event occurs, the system remains on but does not alert anyone. It is then up to the system's operator to view the footage when convenient.

What the camera sees the system can be easily set up to record when someone opens the door but ignore when its occupants are walking inside the home. The state of the art system films in high resolution and records even hushed conversations clearly. There will be no doubt as to who was in the room and to whom they were speaking.

The wireless surveillance camera easily mounts in discrete places and the owner points it where to focus. The camera does not record until its parameters of normal are broken. The surveillance system only records for the duration of the activity, which makes viewing fast and easy.

Wireless surveillance with iWatchLife is flexible and easy to set-up. The camera records on a schedule you want it to and makes viewing the event easy because it only records what matters. The wireless security camera systems continues to monitor homes nationwide successfully.

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