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17th September 2020

Securing a construction site

Theft is one of the biggest issues for construction site security but there are certainly ways to help alleviate this problem. Protecting a construction site involves a well thought out jobsite security plan including fencing, signage, adequate lighting, patrol companies with response team, surveillance system, and more. Why is theft
Securing your construction site properly is imperative. With the right equipment such as smart security cameras, it is easier to identify a real risk versus a false alarm.   During the pandemic, many construction projects were delayed or cancelled and without a job site security plan in place, these sites
21% of construction sites experience a theft on a weekly basis. That statistic is truly daunting, especially when the project doesn’t have access to utilities, electricity, or even so much as a place to store machinery and tools Today’s criminals are more sophisticated than ever. They know that your equipment
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed, but are monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV systems rely on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera’s input on monitors. As the cameras communicate with monitors and/or video recorders across private
A video encoder makes it possible for an analog CCTV system to migrate to a network video system. It enables users to gain the benefits of network video without having to discard existing analog equipment such as analog CCTV cameras and coaxial cabling. A video encoder connects to an analog video

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