There’s no denying that companies working out of rural and remote locations face very different security challenges than their urban counterparts. For example, construction enterprises with projects in underdeveloped areas – from dense forests, to barren deserts, to rural countryside – rarely have the option of protecting their materials, equipment and tools with traditional video surveillance systems. Fortunately, there is an effective video monitoring solution for these remotely located projects: a portable, solar powered security trailer. Here are some of the typical rural business challenges a security trailer can address while delivering powerful video monitoring over a property.
Auto part theft is nothing new, but the theft of one specific device has skyrocketed in recent years and hit a fever pitch during the pandemic. Catalytic converter theft jumped by 325% since the onset Covid-19, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). That’s a nationwide figure, but Texas in particular has become a breeding
All across the country, police departments are announcing that they are overwhelmed by an inundation of false alarms. For this reason, many cities, counties and other authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ) are now requiring alarm signals to be verified by a central station monitoring center before police officers will respond to the locations where the alarms
Jobsite cameras have exploded in popularity for specific environments and industries. Let’s explore what they are, and where they should be used as a reliable, go-to security solution. What are Jobsite Cameras? Jobsite cameras are security cameras mounted over worksites in order to perform video surveillance. They are often 360° cameras, one of the fastest