Active Video Surveillance
Video Surveillance That Is Always On Duty, Never Intimidated
Our Active Video Surveillance is always awake, never sick, and never on vacation, to give communities 24-hour video surveillance systems. Using digital cameras, audio and video recorders, and secure Internet connections, our licensed Virtual Guards can monitor and protect your community amenities during all closed and restricted hours.
In comparison to common camera systems, this type of video surveillance is proactive rather than reactive. It is designed with high-resolution, digital cameras that are equipped with video analytics. Video analytics automatically differentiate between nature and a person trespassing into a closed area. This decreases the number of false alarms.
When trespassers enter the closed area, an Envera Virtual Guard is alerted at our Central Station. With one-way video and two-way audio capabilities, the Virtual Guard will voice-down to trespassers demanding they leave and recording the incident. If trespassers refuse, our virtual security guards will directly contact the local authorities. These systems stop vandalism before it happens.
Envera will notify community officials of all after-hours trespassers and explain how the situation was resolved. Our Virtual Guards will also retrieve the video surveillance footage of any incidents at a community that can be used for record keeping, insurance purposes, or to submit to law enforcement.
Active Video solutions can be used for preventive monitoring outside or indoors as an alternative to a burglar alarm. It is commonly used at pools, neighborhood playgrounds, docks and boat ramps, storage facilities, and more. This Virtual Guard technology cannot be intimidated in any area of a community.
During the day when community amenities are open, Active Video will record normally without voice-downs. These systems are often an additional layer of protection to Access Control security that regulates the authorized users at community assets.