Part of running a business is doing everything you can to protect it, and that includes investing in a high-quality video surveillance system that guards your assets and helps deter would-be criminals. Every business has different needs, and VideoSurveillance.com recognizes that.
Unlike its competitors, VideoSurveillance.com is a true virtual security integrator that utilizes a raft of virtual media and tools to remotely view customers’ sites and make product recommendations. It doesn’t stop there; when you partner with us, we provide free configuration and installation support to assuage any trepidation you might have about setting up your surveillance cameras.
Video surveillance systems are a cost-effective, full-scale security solution that every business owner should have. Our preconfigured video surveillance systems come with the all the components needed to get your new security cameras up and running on the day of delivery. On top of that, our in-house IP video experts will work with you to ensure a smooth and successful integration with your existing IT infrastructure.
When you browse our wide assortment of preconfigured video surveillance systems, you’ll be pleased to find that each is equipped with cutting-edge features to accommodate indoor and outdoor settings. Looking for a wireless video surveillance system? We offer those too! And keep in mind that we will happily customize any one of our video surveillance systems to better suit your needs.
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Another high school, based in Missoula, Montana, has lost more than $30,000 worth of stolen educational products and equipment in the last two years. Now, Sentinel High School is fighting back by installing 30 high-tech surveillance cameras throughout its facility to deter theft, capture student fights on video, and monitor for any other suspicious criminal activity.Read More
The holiday season, which lasts from mid-November through Christmas, is forecasted to have a significant impact on retail shrinkage. The Centre for Retail Research released a study on December 4th, 2012, and found that losses of $8.9 billion are the result of holiday shoplifters, dishonest employees, in addition to administration, vendor, or distribution errors. Due to heavy losses, American retailers are expected to increase their prices, which could add an additional $98 U.S. dollars to consumers’ shopping bills.
Results from the National Retail Security Survey showed that retail stores across America lost billions of dollars to employee theft, shoplifting, organized crime, and administrative blunders in 2011. The survey was conducted by the University of Florida.Read More
According to a 2012 survey conducted by PwC and the Retail Council of Canada, Canadian retail store owners reported that over 33% of their yearly shrinkage came from internal theft. Internal theft is a term to describe employees who steal from their employers. In 2008, internal theft accounted for only 19% of retail losses, indicating a percent increase of 75.8%. This high percentage increase further proves that retail owners need to be diligent in both their employee screening methods and security efforts.Read More
Slip and fall fraud is big business. The fraudulent injury rose 12% in 2011 according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Please note that we’re referring to the slip and fall injury when it occurs on purpose. Unfortunately slip and falls do happen to innocent individuals who have no intention of exploiting their employers for their injuries. But with slip and fall fraud, it’s the exact opposite.Read More
Located in an affluent Argentine neighborhood, Nine Shopping center is home to 80 retail shops, a movie cinema, food court and parking lots. To secure this expansive and diverse retail area, mall officials invested in a video surveillance system featuring Axis security cameras.Read More
The Bulgarian RIO Pravetz Golf and Spa recently unveiled its brand new gaming casino. To minimize security threats, the luxury resort installed a top of the line video surveillance system featuring Axis network cameras and Milestone XProtect video management software.Read More
Faced with an outdated system, the Phuket International Airport undertook a project to increase security by providing better monitoring on the taxiway connecting runways to the terminal and other airport facilities. Four Vivotek IP8332 day/night H.264 bullet cameras were installed at strategic locations on the taxiway and by the boarding gates. The cameras are supported by Vivotek’s video management software ST7501.Read More
New York City’s finest restaurants rely on food suppliers to provide a steady stream of safe and fresh ingredients. For this reason, Pat La Frieda Wholesale Meat Company has upped their security by installing Arecont Vision megapixel cameras throughout its facility.Read More
When Alloin, an international player in the freight and courier market needed a video management software solution to help support their anti-intruder video surveillance system for their 33 courier depots, they turned to Milestone XProtect Enterprise. XProtect Enterprise is ideally suited for handling multi-site operations with rich functionality and resilience on high data traffic servers.Read More
Whether it is a cabin in the mountains, beach house or some other special getaway, investing in a second home is a big decision. One of the logistical concerns is how to make sure your vacation home is safe when you're away. Network security cameras can be more reliable than neighbors or hired help. More and more, vacation home owners are installing security cameras to monitor their property.Read More
As easy targets for theft and robbery, retail stores are ideal candidates for video surveillance. Implementing a retail security camera system can go a long way to helping protect customers, merchandise, and profits from theft and vandalism. Security cameras are used in a wide variety of retail environments including convenience stores, shopping malls, pawn shops, restaurants, car dealerships and more.Read More
When people head out on the town looking for a bit of adventure, most don't want to compromise their safety for a good time. Increasingly, clubs like Karel van Mander in Copenhagen, Denmark, are installing video surveillance systems to help keep crime and violence out. This upscale night club recently began using Milestone XProtect to manage its network video surveillance system. In addition to increasing safety and security, the nightclub also uses the system to provide proof in the case of discrimination claims.Read More
Oklahoma's Wyandotte Nation Casino has added Panasonic IP cameras and NVRs into its new hybrid video surveillance system. The Casino's aim for the new system is to increase safety and minimize crime, while incorporating existing analog cameras, monitors and DVRs. As it turns out, the new system is so powerful that it surpasses the State Gaming Commission’s standards.Read More
This past January, France unveiled its new multisport stadium to the world, complete with an innovative network camera system featuring Milestone Xprotect and Sony IP cameras. Located in Le Mans, the large venue can support up to 38,000 people during concerts and 25,000 during sporting events such as soccer and rugby. With such a vast capacity, MMArena poses a challenging surveillance scenario.Read More
Dream Park could be called the Universal Studios of the Middle East. The Egyptian amusement park was created in 1999 and recently upgraded its video surveillance system to include cutting edge IP video technology.Read More
One of Finland’s largest malls recently updated its CCTV system with cutting edge IP video technology. Veljekset Keskinen hosts more than 5 million shoppers per year, making it a challenging surveillance application.Read More
A Zurich museum has installed numerous IP cameras, including ten ACTi ACM-5611 cameras. This megapixel box camera can be used with interchangeable lenses, making it easy to customize its coverage to specific requirements.Read More
The National Palace of Portugal is lauded for its cultural significance and beauty. The castle towers on a hill overlooking the town of Sintra and hosts a number of tourists throughout the year. Officials wanted to be able to monitor activities at the palace without obstructing its aesthetics, so they discreetly placed 72 ACTi IP cameras throughout the premesis.Read More
Roger and Kam Subways serves lunch fare at 15 locations across the greater Vancouver metro area. The owner of the Canadian business recently installed ACTi network cameras to monitor its sandwich shops. In an ironic twist, one location was robbed just a week later.Read More
When Platte Valley Schools (PVS) decided to begin a network video program, authorities looked for an easy to use and affordable solution. The northern Colorado schools selected ACTi IP cameras and software to monitor its elementary, middle and high school buildings, which are located on one large campus.Read More
Throughout the world, medical laboratories are essential to preventing, diagnosing and tracking chronic disease. Video surveillance is an excellent solution for protecting and monitoring health professionals, as well as valuable equipment. Subsequently, a major Egyptian company recently installed numerous ACTi IP cameras to secure its numerous nationwide labs.Read More
Milestone XProtect software is monitoring beaches and ocean swells around the world with its powerful network video management tools. Australian and American coastal management officials are connecting IP cameras to the open platform IP video management software to reap the benefits of secure live monitoring, real-time data collection and camera controls.Read More
Long Island, New York has installed thousands of Panasonic network video cameras to monitor approximately 50 public buildings. For example, several of its fire houses now monitor entry ways so that visitors can be granted access based on physical identification. Panasonic network cameras are also monitoring the interior and exterior of jails and other publically-funded buildings.Read More
Nestled in the Appalachian mountains of northwest Pennsylvania is Clarion University. Here, a system of vandal-proof Panasonic WV-NW502SIP cameras managed by Panasonic's WJ-ND400 network video recorder monitors campus to help keep students and faculty safe.Read More
Two years ago, municipal authorities in Egedal, Denmark implemented a network video surveillance initiative throughout public buildings. Using Milestone software to manage a fleet of IP cameras from Axis, ACTi and other manufacturers, Egedal greatly reduced the incidence of vandalism and crime in schools, train stations and libraries.Read More
Taiwan is home to one of Asia's largest retail centers. Dream Mall boasts more than 2,000 stores and restaurants, as well as a movie theater and a roof-top amusement park. In addition, it has a parking lot capable of accommodating 3,000 cars. The challenge of securing such a large and versatile property requires reliable, cutting edge technology. Accordingly, Dream Mall managers opted to go with QNAP network video recorders to manage 600 Panasonic cameras.Read More
An Iraq oil refinery recently updated its analog security camera system to a more robust and updated solution. Using Vivotek VS7100 video servers and Vivotek RX7101 video receivers, the oil refinery upgraded from analog video to digital video while still using existing cameras.Read More
A chain of pharmacies in Japan has implemented an IP surveillance system to secure its premises. Each location features 16 ACTi ACM-5611 megapixel day/night cameras to help deter and document shoplifting and employee theft.Read More
South African company TriBeCa imports, processes and distributes coffee beans to some of the country’s most prominent food and beverage retailers. To accommodate the demands of one of its most profitable clients as well as to increase general safety, TriBeCa installed 22 Vivotek IP7142 and two FD1732 cameras on its premises.Read More
Swedish Space Corporation recently used an Axis wireless network camera in a world record setting experiment. The Esrange Space Center equipped a stratospheric balloon with an Axis Q6034-E PTZ dome network camera and sent it nearly 115,000 feet into the atmosphere. The balloon also carried research tools to gather data and parachutes to ease the landing.Read More
Freightliner, a leading British rail transportation company, upgraded its analog surveillance system to Axis network cameras at its Manchester terminal. Using outdoor-ready Axis cameras, Freightliner is able to identify people and get an overview of operations as well as zoom in on fine details, such as license plates and container IDs.Read More
With security threats increasing, transportation video surveillance systems are routinely being used to create a safer and more secure environment for passengers and mass transit employees. Public transit systems like buses, taxis, subways, trains, and airports are all benefiting from expanding surveillance technology capabilities that make implementing an IP camera system easy.Read More
Panama Ports Company (PCC) installed more than 50 Mobotix M12 day/night network cameras to monitor its Balboa and Cristobal ports. Using high resolution video, PCC is increasing crew safety and port security at two of its most important locations.Read More
A recent study sponsored by Axis and conducted by the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) found that 87% of retailers who currently use CCTV analog technology for surveillance in their retail stores are considering making the switch to IP cameras. Loss prevention executives from 49 national and regional retail companies answered questions about their current use of surveillance technology, their feelings about the overall impact of surveillance on loss prevention, and their thoughts about analog vs. IP surveillance systems.Read More
Belgian company A&C Systems distributes high-tech personal electronics, such as navigation devices and mobile phones. With such a large stock of valuable, easily-portable products, A&C wanted to reduce its risk of burglary by monitoring its vast property.Read More
Thanks to funding from a federal grant, police in Canton, Ohio are now using Vivotek IP video surveillance cameras to monitor city crime. The Canton Police Department (CPD) recently purchased eight Vivotek IP7361 cameras for day and night surveillance of outdoor areas. Police hope strategically placed cameras will document crimes in public areas, thereby increasing accountability of criminals and helping make Canton a safer town.Read More
Located in Minnesota, Scott County Jail (SCJ) houses 264 beds and holds male, female and juvenile offenders. With 160 cells and nearly 90,000 square feet, the vast detention center poses a challenge for video surveillance. Using Milestone software and a real-time video analytics system embedded in an Axis encoder, SCJ implemented a comprehensive real-time surveillance solution.Read More