Organizations are increasingly incorporating video in their security systems. This trend is the result of decreasing costs for video technology combined with higher expectations by the courts for visual documentation of incidents.

Live video can be monitored by security personnel in real time to expand their coverage and enable quick evaluation of potential issues. Recorded video provides a valuable visual record to support investigations and prosecution following an event. But some of the most powerful benefits of video are realized through analytics that constantly, automatically analyze the images from your cameras.

Using analytics, your system can identify specific people or vehicles, and trigger an alert if they are detected. It’s like having an ever-vigilant security guard on duty around the clock. Video analytics extend the capabilities of your security staff by automatically alerting them to potential threats as they occur.

While most use analytics to identify threats, upscale retailers, hospitality providers and other service organizations use facial recognition to identify high-value clients and VIPs so they can be greeted appropriately.

Picture how much more effective your video capabilities can be with analytics from SecuSmart.

While security systems are optional, a fire alarm system is typically mandated by law. The threat to life created by fire makes detection an essential element of your facility’s protection system. Beyond the legal requirements, the potential threat to your property presented by fire makes having a detection system a sound investment. 

SecuSmart provides single-building financial facilities with standalone systems, and also deploys networked, multi-site systems able to protect multiple buildings whether located at a single site or dispersed across the city or country.  

Most government institutions deploy separate intrusion and fire systems, but many are taking advantage of current technology that makes it practical and more economical to install integrated systems that combine all aspects of security and life safety into a single, more easily managed system.  

SecuSmart can provide the control panels, sensors and alarm pulls to configure a reliable fire detection system that will maximize the safety of employees, visitors, records and property. 

The pervasiveness of video cameras has almost created the expectation that criminal activity must be captured on camera in order to successfully prosecute the perpetrator. Government facility managers are deploying more video cameras than ever, both inside and outside their buildings. 

You have an amazing variety of video technology available. Traditional black & white cameras are often replaced by new-generation color cameras. Low-light and mega-pixel cameras are available and affordable. Customers are increasingly using IP cameras, offering digital outputs that provide higher quality images and create a network-ready compressed signal. 

Cameras can be integrated with a burglar or panic alarm so that, when an alarm is sounded, intelligent camera mounts automatically steer and zoom cameras to focus on the activity. The system can respond by recording the event, focusing additional cameras on the activity, and sounding an alert or other programmed responses. Higher-capacity DVRs store hundreds of hours of video from multiple cameras.

Video technology can dramatically extend the reach of your security coverage by letting you see and record activity in every corner of your facility.  In many cases, the mere presence of security cameras mounted on and around your buildings is a deterrent, encouraging potential perpetrators to choose another target for their criminal activity. 

To ensure the most effective use of video surveillance, you need the right components in the right configuration. Selecting the right video technology requires the experience of a professional security systems provider like SecuSmart.

Larger government facilities or agencies that have multiple locations typically have a central operations center where all of the alarm systems and surveillance video cameras are monitored. Designing and deploying these control room facilities require the guidance of true security experts. 

It’s easy for security managers to be tantalized by giant monitors and other sophisticated technology. However, the truly important measure of control room effectiveness is how well it enables your security staff to quickly identify and respond to threats or alarms. That quick response requires the right technology combined in a way that creates an intuitive, easy-to-use system-control platform. 

Many control rooms incorporate software that knits together every aspect of your security system – intrusion, fire, access control and video – into one integrated platform. SecuSmart has provided customers with software applications that allow security staff to control their system via a graphical interface. With this video “map” that shows every protected entrance and area, security officers can instantly see the status every door, sensor and alarm. They can respond to alarms or get additional detail with the click of a mouse. 

In large-scale systems, the best, most comprehensive security measures can’t deliver on their full potential unless they are managed from a well-designed, properly equipped control center. Whether you need to take control of a single large facility, or dozens of facilities located across the country, trust the security professionals at SecuSmart to design and deploy a control room designed specifically to meet your needs and budget.

Most everyone is familiar with the aggravation and confusion created by having multiple remotes for your home entertainment system. The simplicity and convenience of having a single, common point of control for all devices are readily apparent. 

More government security managers are taking advantage of the simplicity and convenience of a single, common system that combines their intrusion, fire, video and access control systems. All of your security-related technology can be consolidated in a single, unified solution, typically managed from a central control room. As an added benefit, today’s network capability makes it possible for authorized individuals to view, monitor and control the system from any internet-connected computer. 

The single-system approach is less costly to install because there’s less equipment needed, reducing your initial investment. It provides continued savings because a single-system means less maintenance and reduced staff training.

SecuSmart can help develop a new, integrated system or provide the software and devices needed to knit your current systems together to create an integrated system. The intuitive graphical interface of the software gives your system managers fast, simple point-and-click control over every aspect of your system. 

Trust SecuSmart to combine all of your security management activities into a single, high-functioning security system. 

Government buildings are infrequent targets for burglars, but those who do attempt to break in are typically very determined and often more resourceful. Strong security measures are essential to ensure that official records are well protected from theft. 

An effective alarm system will quickly detect attempted entry. In addition to sensors at doors and windows, you can include glass-break detectors, motion sensors and other devices to wrap your facility in a blanket of protection. 

Once the system detects an intruder, it needs to quickly sound the alert. The alarm will often drive off intruders before they can cause any harm. The alarm should also be transmitted to a monitoring service or emergency responder to that they can more quickly arrive on the scene. 

Strong alarm systems include redundant communication channels, relying on some combination of telephone, cellular and network connections to the alarm monitoring service or police. Having multiple channels ensures that robbers can’t disable the connection and that alarms will be successfully transmitted. 

More capable systems are integrated with other layers of security. Once an alarm is tripped, the burglar alarm will signal the video system to increase the frequency of video frames or the quality level of the recorded video. 

In every government facility, a burglar alarm is an absolute essential protective tool. SecuSmart is your experienced source for reliable government security technology.

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