Alarm Video Verification

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Video Verification is the pairing of alarm notifications with live security video clips of whatever caused the alarm. It allows control room operators to see what is activating the alarm, verifying if there is criminal activity occurring, or if it’s a false alarm. Following the event, business owners get a notification if an intruder is detected.

Video Verification lets control room operators stop intruders in the act. Once the operators have video verification they can deploy police to the site while the incident is in progress. These faster response times give business’s a much greater chance of limiting the loss or damage, and a better chance of catching the intruder.

At Element Security,  we supply and install the Videofied product,

Videofied is an innovative wireless self-powered alarm with built-in Video Verification for priority police/guard/user response, they have 3204 arrests to date.

The sensors are powered by 3 lithium batteries that last between 2-3 years, making this a perfect system for:

  • Construction Sites
  • Loading Docks
  • Fenced off Areas
  • External and Internal sites
  • Car Parks
  • Car Yards
  • Storage Yards
  • Off Grid Farming
  • Remote sites

By Jeff Bradford

Element Security

Element Security

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