Five years ago, the use of analytics in community security was much less common and often times not affordable for many associations.
With technological improvements, providers are much more capable today to supply and administer analytics in various areas of communities and at a more reasonable price. This is especially helpful for communities that suffer from trespassing at community assets. Older technology and cameras were reactive to trespassing or caused many false alarms. Newer systems and cameras can be proactive with accompanying “voice-down” features and verified alarms.
The field of security and technology is constantly evolving and adapting, and we will continuously see improvements to many methods. There will also continue to be a progression of hybrid systems, or the combination of technology and humans working simultaneously to secure multiple areas of communities.
You can read the complete issue and original article here: FLCAJ – December
You can also download the article here.