Historically, 6 out of 10 burglars avoid businesses with video surveillance and alarm systems. Video surveillance systems help business owners to deter crime, and capture valuable footage needed to investigate both crimes and employee liability incidents. While video systems cannot stop an incident in progress, it can provide your business protection from a number of potential liabilities like accidents and injuries. When considering how to approach the addition of a new office security system, keep in mind that the placement and configuration of video surveillance cameras should not be left to a company employee in order to avoid missing key angles and vantage points. To ensure optimal coverage and protection at your office, be sure to work with an experienced electronic security partner.
For a business owner, video can also be a valuable tool to gather business insights and make more informed management decisions.
Some benefits of video:
- Deter crime
- Improve safety
- Reduce shrinkage
- Monitor inventory
- Reduce liability
- Gather business insights
- Increase and monitor employee productivity
IP cameras give you high resolution images, reducing the number of cameras needed for effective coverage and the scalability to add cameras to your system as your needs change.
HD cameras provide sharp camera footage that will not leave you guessing. These cameras can cover a larger area while also allowing you to zoom in and capture detailed, critical images. 4K to 7K cameras are perfect for capturing faces or license plates, valet parking lots, car dealerships, airports and more to get the evidence you need to pursue a criminal or determine liability.
Event triggering ties video to a certain analytic, such as a POS transaction, crossing a virtual trip line, a motion trigger, etc., making it possible to quickly review video footage and easily find the desired video incident at a later time or date.
As an employee-owned company, we at NAVCO believe in building lasting relationships with our customers. Before we even begin to assess your electronic security system needs and challenges, we will spend time to understand your business, your long-term goals, and what requirements you may want in an electronic security system. We want to earn your business and become your trusted advisor, as we have done with some of the nation's largest brands. We want to help you maximize your investment over the next 5 years with a scalable solution that can accommodate the future growth of your business, and incorporate any new technology that may come out to help you better manage your business.
Source: 2015 FBI Crime Report
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