Video surveillance can be a daunting technology. There are so many various systems and configurations and much needs to be known to choose the right solution. ATS has the experience to assist in making these decisions and has many vendor relationships to provide a huge variety of products to create the best solution.
Video surveillance is a tool used for loss prevention and monitor employee productivity. These are things that affect your bottom line and can quickly decrease the profits of your business. Video surveillance can increase your bottom line by as much as 50% in some cases. It is important that the right solution is in place to increase the accuracy of the solution.
Access control is a key component in security and automation. Access controls are used in situation where the business has a need to monitor when resources are used, door control, tracking time attendance, monitoring triggers of events, and so on. With access control systems businesses have more control of many aspects of physical objects in their business. These systems can integrate with alarm systems, HVAC, video surveillance systems, automation controls, and computer networks. These systems too are daunting to look at. ATS can assist in taking the guess work out that and provide easy to use systems that make sense.
Video Surveillance Monitoring
Some businesses pay for services that provide guards to protect their property or assets around the clock which can be a daunting cost. As an alternative, ATS through its vendor relationships can provide “remote” monitoring of your system at a flat rate or based on the number of incidents. For example, a door opens after a certain time at night, or a pressure valve goes off, a certain temperature is reached, or a window breaks. When one of those triggers are set off, the security person on duty gets a notification of this, logs into your system and does a virtual patrol without having to be on-site. This is much more cost effective and efficient method to prevent theft or prevent an unwanted situation. Along with the security personnel interacting with the system and authorities, the point of contact is called, emailed, or texted at the time of the event so they are aware of what is going on.