Remote Video Monitoring


Our Remote Guarding Solutions turn each camera in your video surveillance system into a proactive remote guard.

Enhance your security with a solution that not only monitors but actively protects your premises.


  • Detect


  • Deter


  • Defend


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How Can Organizations Benefit from Remote Video Monitoring?

Remote Video Monitoring is a revolutionary security solution that integrates video surveillance, analytics, and highly-trained security professionals to provide proactive protection.

Key Benefits:

Advanced Security: Combines cameras, sophisticated analytics, and trained security interventionists to proactively monitor and respond to threats.

IoT Integration: Utilizes IoT-enhanced security devices for rapid adoption, reducing crime and saving costs.

How Does Remote Video Monitoring Work?
Remote Video Monitoring transforms each camera into a remote guard by combining visual surveillance with advanced analytics and real-time intervention by security professionals.

Process Overview:

1. Detection: On-site cameras detect motion.

2. Analytics: Sophisticated analytics filter out benign activities, focusing on real threats.

3. Alert: Security interventionists are alerted to assess and monitor the situation.

4. Intervention: Specialists issue real-time warnings via loudspeakers and, if necessary, alert law enforcement.



    The system will be programmed to operate at your requested monitoring hours- typically overnight or after business hours. When an intrusion is detected during this time. The remote Guard security system will incorporate infrared lights and pre-recorded or live a audio messages to warn the intruder.


    If the intruder falls to comply, security guards at the command and control center will use the high-resolution cameras and recorded footage to identify who the intruder. This also helps to ensure that there are no false alarms.


    Once the intruder is identified and determined that the subject's presence is hostile, the authorities are alerted immediately.

Why It Works

Studies show that visible surveillance deters crime. Remote Video Monitoring combines video surveillance with real-time analytics and audio intervention to significantly enhance security effectiveness.

What Makes This Solution Different?

Unlike passive security systems, Remote Video Monitoring actively intervenes to prevent crimes before they happen, providing a proactive and highly visible deterrent to potential offenders.

Advantages of Remote Video Monitoring

Crime Reduction: Proactively detects and deters crime.

Digital Geofence: Creates a digital perimeter, engaging intruders before they can commit an offense.

Reduced False Alarms: Advanced analytics paired with human assessment minimize false alarms.

Added Safety for Law Enforcement: Provides real-time information to law enforcement, enhancing their safety.

Reduces Burden on Law Enforcement: Resolves many minor crimes, allowing law enforcement to focus on urgent issues.

High-Risk Hours Coverage: Offers robust security during nighttime or in remote locations.

Fills Labor Shortage Gaps: Compensates for security guard shortages, maintaining strong security.

Prevents Losses: Protects large areas and valuable assets from theft.

Simultaneous Facility Coverage: Ensures comprehensive surveillance without gaps.

Supports On-site Guards: Augments on-site patrols, enhancing overall security.

Cost-Effective: Provides 24/7 active security economically, reducing overall costs associated with crime.


Remote Video Monitoring

Key Features:

  • Removes the need for hiring expensive security guard companies. Costs significantly less than guards.
  • Eliminates human error factors such as fatigue and lapses in patrol duties due to rest breaks. The system is always on guard and monitoring 24/7.
  • Command and control center personnel tracks and monitors the premises from video feeds transmitted by the remote Guard in real time.
  • Uses the same technology implemented by the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security for surveillance and monitoring.
  • Proactive systems integration will prevent crime before it happens. Its event-focused approach means video feeds are transmitted in real time and intruders are warned before the crime is committed.