Connected Surveillance System Across Multiple Miles — With No Network Availability (Military Use)

Our Systems Engineer was inserted into Twentynine Palms, Ca. to support the Marines with our SentryPODS surveillance cameras and SentryPODS Mobility Kits. At this location, there are several integral surveillance points that are several miles apart. Our challenge was to offer long-range connectivity where network presence is not possible. As such, we installed three SentryPODS…

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Pros and Cons of Traditional Construction Site Security

From visually communicating to thieves that your construction site is protected to filming high-quality footage that can be used as evidence in the event that a crime occurs, the value of installing on-site surveillance cameras is endless. But as with anything in life, there a few drawbacks to be considered – especially since there is…

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Perfecting Security at Every Stage of Construction

It’s no secret that theft and vandalism are some of the biggest threats to construction sites. However, the always shifting and changing nature of construction sites means that their security needs are always in flux. This means that depending on how far along a project is, the more value is apparent on a site –…

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Construction Site Security Checklist

Construction sites are ripe for arson, vandalism, and theft. With the sheer number of valuables out in the open and the constantly changing number of risks associated with construction sites at any given time during a project, it’s imperative that project managers and construction business owners take the time to invest in boosting a site’s…

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Performing a Security Risk Assessment on Your Construction Site

Since construction sites can be all too tempting for thieves and vandals – especially when a site is in a high-crime area – conducting regular security risk assessments can be a vital part in preparing for the worst. These assessments will help to prove how efficient current security controls on your site may be while…

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What to Do After Your Construction Site is Stolen From

While it may not be pleasant to think about, understanding the very real possibility of experiencing and handling an intrusion at your construction site can be crucial. While certain factors such as lighting and geographic location can impact the likelihood of a site being burgled, generally preparing for the worst can help mentally prepare you…

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Types of Construction Site Security with Highest ROI

With the numerous advances in technology come a plethora of options with which to secure your construction site – all of which come with varying price tags. However, spending big bucks on high-tech security may not always guarantee the best results or the biggest bang for your buck. To help make things simpler, we’ve tracked…

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Tracing Stolen Construction Site Equipment

Depending on the level of security invested in a construction site, tools and equipment may be left out in the open, tempting thieves to take what isn’t theirs. And since construction assets aren’t required to be regulated and tracked via a national database or registry like automobiles are, tracking down stolen goods can prove to…

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Stop Construction Site Theft Before it Happens

It’s no secret that construction sites contain valuable tools and equipment that may tempt thieves and vandals in the area. Indeed, according to Dozr, Canada experiences $46 million of heavy equipment theft on construction sites per year, with that total leaping to a range between $300 million to $1 billion per year in the US,…

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How Construction Site CCTV Helps with More than Theft

Construction equipment doesn’t come cheap, and that becomes painfully clear whenever a site is looted by thieves and vandals – which, unfortunately, happens too often. The American construction sector sees a staggering total of $300 million in annual equipment theft costs which, while shocking, does make a case for investing in high-quality surveillance systems to…

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