Protect merchandise at

Outdoor Auctions

with video surveillance monitoring

Criminals Cost You Money

If it’s outside, it’s a target. Perimeter security can help but it isn’t enough to assure that your auction items are protected. Managed video surveillance solutions will cover your entire facility.

All Outdoor Auctions Benefit from Video Surveillance

Auto Auctions

Insurance companies are giving cost breaks when auto storage facilities are protected with remote video monitoring. 

Heavy Equipment Auctions

Before and during auction, heavy equipment for earthwork operations or large construction tasks must be monitored for theft and vandalism.  

Recreational Vehicle Auctions

Managed video surveillance will protect motorcycles, boats, and toy vehicles in your yard that are waiting for auction or pick up. 

Protect your auction items from thieves and vandals when you add remote video monitoring in your security solution.

Large Auction Items are Coveted by Thieves

Protect commercial vehicles and heavy equipment and from theft and vandalism with a video surveillance solution. Video monitoring will detect them within seconds.  


Trucks and Trailers


Agricultural Equipment

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Machinery for Construction

Smaller Items at Auction Have Great Value

Tractors & Mowers

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Smaller units are valuable but easier to steal

Small Utility Vehicles

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Sport utilities are in high demand on the black market

Recreational Vehicles


Pastime pleasures are simple for thieves to re-sell

Small vehicles and UTVs can be stolen more discreetly and often become a target for crime rings.

Reports of Car Thefts Jumped as High as 53% in 2020

Managed Surveillance Solutions Offer Peace-of-Mind

Security cameras aren’t enough. Incorporate video surveillance monitoring to stop criminals from driving away with valuable inventory or causing damage to your facility. Choose visual only or soft voice audio to protect livestock when appropriate. 

Remote Video Monitoring

Protect your property after hours without sacrificing customer experience

Get swift 911 dispatch without triggering false alarms

Scare away trespassers before crime happens, with audio and visual deterrents

Video Monitoring Neutralizes Risk


Audio and Visual Deterrents

to scare off intruders and stop crime


When audio and visual deterrents are triggered to let intruders know they have been spotted they leave. In fact, 97% of the time unwelcome trespassers exit empty handed and without doing damage to your property. In the rare instance that they boldly remain on the premises, we notify the authorities for you. Choose visual only, or soft voice audio, to protect livestock when appropriate. 

Protecting Your Facility Protects Your Profitability

400M Annual Estimates Of Contstruction Equipment Theft

Theft and vandalism occur anytime a facility is not being actively monitored. A lack of merchandise in the auction equates to a lack of profitability. Can you afford this risk?

What is your ROI from video surveillance monitoring?

Use of Construction Site Monitoring & Remote Surveillance

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Machine Learning Video Analysis

Identify, evaluate, and escalate threats automatically with the help of artificial intelligence

Remote Video Monitoring

Monitor security video continuously to prevent theft before it occurs 97% of the time

Audio & Visual Deterrents

Equip storage units with audible and visual deterrents - on new or existing equipment

Include video monitoring services in your auction facility’s security solution to deter theft and vandalism. 

Pro-Vigil’s Remote Surveillance

Our permanent, mobile and remote video monitoring offers solution choices for auction facilities to fill in any security gap. Benefits from using a Pro-Vigil solution include:


AI Video Surveillance

Determine threat level with advanced software and notify authorities if necessary


Audio Deterrent Services

Notify intruders with a loud voice warning that they have been spotted and authorities will be contacted


Camera Health Monitoring

Automatically detects equipment issues, conducts trend analysis, fixes issues where possible, and alerts people when needed


Dedicated Mobile App

Access remote video monitoring statistics, arming or disarming, and live feeds


Smart Search Capabilities

View footage quickly based on search terms or keywords

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Cloud Based Surveillance

Provide secure access to data and minimize storage limitations


Visual Deterrents

Deploy bright, flashing lights to alarm intruders that they have been spotted

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Machine Learning

Strengthen the accuracy of your security solution with smart video analysis

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Virtual Guards

Leverage remote personnel to review triggers from AI findings

The Speed of Remote Surveillance

Pro-Vigil’s remote video monitoring relies on AI video surveillance and machine learning video analysis to detect, deter, and dispatch in unmatched speed.



Remote surveillance flags unusual and unwanted activity with machine learning video analysis



Both audio and visual deterrents are activated after a virtual guard verifies the threat



When needed, 911 authorities are dispatched by your virtual guard

In less than two minutes remote video monitoring can help to identify a threat, verify it, and notify proper authorities if necessary. Choose video surveillance monitoring as complement to your security solution.

News for Security at Auction Grounds

In less than two minutes remote video monitoring can help to identify a threat,
verify it and notify proper authorities if necessary.

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See how simple it can be to secure your business through remote video monitoring.

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We have detailed our Privacy Policy so that you know how we collect and protect the information you decide to provide us.

This Privacy Policy will tell you:

  • What information is collected by us
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Aside from the sharing and disclosures set forth above, we will not share your personally identifiable information with any third parties without your consent.


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