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Security Camera Applications

With their wide range of styles and features, security cameras are common in most industries around the world. These applications can range from theft and vandalism deterrence to traffic and weather monitoring and more.

By combining advanced camera features with sturdy outdoor housings or discreet camera design, an IP camera can be installed in almost any location. This makes them ideal for monitoring inside and outside of businesses and offices, recording in remote locations, or recording high quality video to identify suspicious people.

Most Popular Video Surveillance Applications

The following pages cover the most popular applications of video surveillance systems, along with surveillance best practices and things to consider when installing a system. Learn how securing your facility with a surveillance camera system can bring you peace of mind and improve management of your organization.

Prevent Copper Theft

Copper theft is a common problem on construction sites and with electric utilities companies, but your business doesn't need to be a victim — a modern, updated security system with real-time monitoring by trained security professionals can help you be aware of what happens on your site and react quickly to prevent theft.

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Remote Video Monitoring

As a business owner, one of your top priorities is protecting your property against theft and break-ins as well as dishonest employees. Thanks to advancements in security technology, you can rely on remote security experts to monitor your system live and react quickly to any activity on your site.

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Facility Protection

Secure the perimeter of your property with HD video surveillance cameras to thwart trespassers and create a safer environment. Protecting your facility with security cameras plays a critical role in improving operations and preventing criminal acts.

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Monitor Operations

Stay connected to your daily operations by monitoring them with your surveillance system. This allows you to manage store lines, employee activities, and streamline workflow based on live or recorded video footage of your business or organization during working hours.

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Loss Prevention

If your business stocks expensive equipment or handles large amounts of merchandise, it is important to protect those assets. You can quickly log into the system if any alarms are triggered on locked doors to see what happened, and identify the possible thief with an HD IP camera.

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Vandalism Deterrence

Visible video surveillance cameras are often a deterrent to vandals because of the possibility they can be identified on the video. Using HD cameras for facial recognition and a camera in a durable vandal-proof housing, you can protect your home, business, or office from damage.

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Employee Safety

Stay in compliance with safety regulations by investing in video surveillance system for your business or organization. Increased employee safety can also protect the employer from frivolous employee lawsuits by giving an impartial view of an incident.

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Parking Lots

There is a lot to monitor for in parking lots—potential accidents and damage to vehicles, theft, or vandalism. With a powerful HD video surveillance system, however, you can monitor even the largest parking lots with clear megapixel video of any suspicious activity or accidents.

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Event Video Surveillance

Video surveillance can help enormously with crowd control as well as prevent crime by providing security staff with real-time images from an event. Zoom in on suspicious behavior before it becomes a problem with modern IP HD surveillance systems.

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Public Safety

Parks, communities, and neighborhoods — all public spaces — should be outfitted with video surveillance systems to help deter crime and enhance public safety. Law enforcement can also view video directly from their smartphones, enabling quicker response times.

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Traffic Monitoring

Monitoring traffic, whether it's to count the cars passing through or to improve the flow of traffic for better travel times, can be a challenge. Outdoor cameras are designed to withstand harsh weather, and HD cameras can clearly record even fast moving cars in challenging light.

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Other Video Projects

Thanks to advancements in video technology, surveillance cameras are used in a wide array of applications outside the “typical” security scope. Examples include animal monitoring, time-lapse videos, and tourism marketing. Find out if your project would benefit from surveillance.

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Internet Security Systems

IP, or internet protocol, video surveillance cameras use the power of internet networking to send and receive data. This makes them easy to install and connect to your system, and you can view live camera feeds at any time with free mobile apps for smartphones and tablets.

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Outdoor Perimeter Security

Outdoor perimeter security can be maintained in a variety of ways including guards who walk the grounds, locked gates and entrances with alarms, and surveillance solutions to monitor the grounds. Using one or all of these solutions together will be a key part of increasing your business security, a central tenant to reducing the risk your business faces from crime.

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