Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
More and more surveillance cameras are getting installed everyday. It seems like common sense to watch cameras after they are installed but the industry has barely scratched the service and is offering mostly recordings after the fact and event-based video monitoring as a simple transition from burglar alarm trigger based monitoring. The future of the industry, especially for clients who have outdoor assets, includes live video monitoring with a constant set of eyes keeping lookout in real-time. No matter how many cameras and the quality of the picture, if the intruder is wearing a hood, you won’t be able to identify and will wish you had someone watching the cameras. The security industry is changing fast with new technologies and sophisticated software platforms so contact Stealth for free advice and see below for some quick tips.
Some basic comments that end users should understand about their monitoring providers:
- How long they have been in business
- Are they licensed
- Commercial or Residential or Both
- Defining how the cameras are actually watched
- Understanding service levels
- Retention Rate?
- Preferred Industry Applications
- Success Stories
- Back-up Power/Internet for redundancy
- Quality/Training of Operators
- National Presence and Quantity of Cameras
Stealth Monitoring now watches over 2,600 security cameras every night and has built up a niche business to offer a premium live video monitoring service at a fraction of the cost of onsite security guards. The technology platform and continuous R&D of new products/software have helped build a robust platform with great scalability in mind. Stealth Monitoring has clients across North America and can service new leads anywhere a stable internet connection can be provided. Stealth believes the demand for live video monitoring will push the industry and there will be room for multiple providers with different service level offerings.
Government agencies and large organizations have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the video surveillance industry and many businesses with as little as one location have followed suit. Stealth Monitoring is reaching out to business owners nationwide who want to learn more about live video monitoring for their specific needs. Each client has a customized protocol of what action to take when Stealth trained operators notice unusual activity. If your business has property damage, guard expenses, or a need for greater safety; don’t hesitate to reach out to Stealth Monitoring for free consultation on some of the latest security technologies.