In remote video surveillance, security professionals use IP surveillance cameras to watch your business. These cameras are internet-enabled (IP stands for “internet protocol”). The cameras send the data they capture online to a remote call center environment. There, a trained security professional observes everything the camera sees. It’s the latest best practice that modern security companies like Pro-Vigil employ to alleviate risk and protect your assets.
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If you’ve wondered whether remote video surveillance is right for your business, this blog is for you.
What Is Remote Video Surveillance?
Traditional video surveillance used low-definition cameras that recorded information on a tape, DVR, or other physical device. Today, HD-capable cameras can connect to the cellular network and send live data into the cloud. At the other end of the feed are a trained set of eyes and ears, using the security camera with remote viewing to watch what’s happening on your property.
There are two primary types of remote video surveillance monitoring services:
Remote video monitoring allows you to outsource security to a team of experts who make use of modern technology with plain old human intelligence. How you use these services is up to you.
What Are RVM Capabilities?
Today’s video surveillance can enable a trained security team to watch your company long after you’ve gone home for the day. Strategically placed cameras can watch every nook and cranny of your business. These cameras have a host of features that can be controlled remotely by a virtual security guard. This includes:
These are a few of the capabilities of the cameras themselves, but what are the types of remote camera monitoring?
The Three Types of Remote Camera Monitoring
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If the event is in a large outdoor space, you can rely on mobile cameras mounted high above the crowd. These IP cameras can connect wirelessly through the cellular network to your virtual guard service. With solar panels, these cameras don’t even need hardwiring to work.
No matter your choice, a virtual security guard service offers companies an alternative to traditional onsite security.
The Benefits of Remote Video Surveillance
There are several benefits that traditional security can’t offer. For example, remote camera monitoring can:
These are only some of the benefits of remote video monitoring service. The obvious benefit, of course, is having peace of mind—and that’s really where Pro-Vigil can help.
Are You Ready to Try a Remote Video Surveillance Monitoring Service?
Pro-Vigil designs state-of-the-art security systems that work. We offer a virtual guard service that increases security on your outdoor lot or indoor business. Contact us today to find out how we can help.