General contractors are consistently the victims of theft from construction sites, but now a new technology is helping to prevent burglary in the form of video alarm systems.
Contractors purchase materials for jobs that are usually left on-site over night which make them a popular target for copper and material theft. These thieves are costing business owners thousands of dollars over night but with the development of video alarm systems the law is not far behind criminals. Local businesses are installing portable and wireless video surveillance cameras that are activated with motion and begin recording video. The advance in technology is helping police catch thieves in the act of crime by providing video footage of the incident while it happens instead of after the criminal has left.
Video Alarm Systems work using special surveillance cameras that are installed in areas where theft is common. Each camera is completely wireless with a built-in battery that lasts up to 4 years without the need to be plugged in giving the camera flexibility to be moved. Every surveillance camera is equipped with a motion detector that will began recording 10 seconds of video once triggered and wirelessly notify a security representative at a remote location. Once the security representative is notified he or she will immediately contact the business owner to ensure that the suspicious activity is not authorized. After contacting the business the representative will send the police video footage of the intruder while the crime is still in progress giving the police a chance to appropriately respond.
Video Alarm Systems – The Future of CCTV Security
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