After an increase in car thefts, auto dealers realize that a thief getting “caught on camera” is cold comfort. Without someone watching the video in real time, security cameras don’t really secure anything. Is there a better alternative to simple security cameras?
You’ve decided it’s time to buy security cameras for your construction jobsite, but you soon discover this is not a simple purchase. Here we briefly discuss the limitations of most of the security cameras on the market, including the biggest flaw you’ll soon run into. Next, we’ll discuss a better solution for a construction company.
To prevent your company from becoming the next statistic, it’s important to create an effective construction site security plan. While each plan must be customized for the job site and the company’s situation, we’ve discovered that there are five ideas a business should consider that can make the biggest difference for preventing theft.
Until recently, companies had two options for security their property: they could hire an on-site security guard or they could install a security camera system that only videotapes their assets being stolen or vandalized. Today, video surveillance solution providers are offering digital and network-based smart technology for powerful real time live monitoring. No longer limited to large companies with big budgets, these cloud based surveillance-as-a-service solutions can help companies of any size.