WHAT IS REMOTE GUARDING?
Remote Guarding is the next generation of physical security. It is a security intelligence that combines:
- Site-based CCTV video cameras
- Video analytics software
- Internet access
- Command center-based security agents
Remote Guarding is considered the next innovation in security “man-guarding”, which has many inherent problems that limit effectiveness and keep costs high. These limitations can be resolved through Remote Guarding, which leverages technology and people with complementary skill sets. Essentially, Remote Guarding adds a layer of human verification, reducing false alarms and the burden on local law enforcement.
FORENSIC SITE ANALYSIS
Remote Guarding solutions begin with custom forensic site analyses for each client. These analyses identify vulnerabilities and problem areas that need to be protected, and serve as a blueprint for placing cameras and creating a geo-fence perimeter. The goal is to make the property a less attractive and more difficult target for criminals.
Digital guards are cameras with military grade video analytics (artificial intelligence) installed via advanced algorithms. These cameras do the hard work and serve as the first line of defense when faced with an intruder. They actively search for people, vehicles, and trends in the properties they guard. When a suspicious person or vehicle is detected, these cameras send an alert to our highly-trained security agents in a remote command center.
REMOTE COMMAND CENTER SECURITY AGENTS
Working from a remote command centers reduces risk and liability, as security agents can safely communicate with intruders using digital guard cameras and audio speakers. Warning intruders to leave the premises resolves 95% of incidents, greatly reducing false alarms and wasted resources, such as a law enforcement visit.
DAILY REPORTS & EVIDENCE
Remote Guarding solutions provide 24/7 on-site recording. This greatly eases evidence collection, criminal investigations, and helps fight back against fraudulent lawsuits and conflicting reports. Daily incident reports are supplied to businesses every morning via email.