Remote Video Surveillance: The Future of the Security Industry

Remote Video Surveillance: The Future of the Security Industry

Perimeter security is a constant struggle for many commercial facilities, but does it have to be?

What if a security guard could send a picture of a suspicious car to a secure directory that would run the plates through the license plate recognition database? What if this system would also send the security guard an image of the driver’s license associated with that plate to the guard’s phone, crosschecking the person’s identity against current watch lists? How beneficial could this be for your organization’s security?

The above scenario is possible with today’s remote video surveillance technology. But that is just the beginning. Remote video surveillance allows the command center to observe video streaming from multiple locations to direct security personnel to a particular location or event. The Command center can then supply additional video content analysis to the field via mobile phones, assisting with the investigation with up-to-the-minute information.

Best of all, this technology is always improving.

Frequently Asked Questions about Remote Video Surveillance

  1. Is it Secure? Well, that is up to you. Because the remote video surveillance system will involve the streaming of highly sensitive video, it is important to employ strict security protocols to the network, as well as cameras and mobile devices.
  2. Does it hog Bandwidth? No. Remote video surveillance networks can handle video traffic streaming without hogging too much bandwidth.
  3. Is it really fast? Yes. The command center has the processing power to expedite searches, perform data analysis, and stream the results to mobile devices in real time.
  4. Does it have any other applications? Yes. There are two industries in particular that have utilized remote video streaming for an application other than security. The first, the medical field, has utilized remote video surveillance to transmit high-resolution resolution video and vital signs from ambulances to the emergency doctor on call at the hospital. The second, the manufacturing industry, has utilized remote video surveillance to troubleshoot problems, eliminating costly downtime.

Interested in learning more about Remote Video Surveillance? Call ARK Systems Today!

ARK Systems, Inc., is dedicated to providing unsurpassed quality and excellence in data communications, video, sound, fire and security alarm systems. And we are constantly striving to expand into the newest proven technologies available, including remote video surveillance.

For any further questions onRemote Video Surveillance, simply contact ARK Systems at 1-800-995-0189 or click here today.

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