Pro-Vigil, a provider of remote video monitoring, management and crime deterrence solutions, announced its Social Distancing AI Suite, which enables retailers, manufacturers, schools and other organizations to restore stakeholder trust in the safety of their work environments.
As the technology of video monitoring grows in capabilities and use cases, another concern begins raising its head: privacy. Recently, some countries have looked to use this capability to help with the coronavirus outbreak and enforcing stay-at-home and social distancing mandates.
Pro-Vigil, a provider of remote video monitoring and crime deterrence solutions, announced the launch of its Pro-Vigil Partner Program. The new program enables commercial security dealers to leverage Pro-Vigil’s remote video monitoring service to grow their businesses with recurring monthly revenue (RMR).
While the coronavirus and resulting economic impacts have brought their share of challenges to the security industry, the video monitoring space has been in a prime position to help customers — and grow business.
Benjamin Franklin is reported to have said, “Out of adversity comes opportunity.” The security industry, like many businesses in the U.S. and the world, has certainly seen some adversity this year. In the video monitoring part of the security industry, however, a situation that started as chaos quickly shifted to unique opportunities to help both existing and new customers.
SafeCity is a community focused program dedicated to fostering the safety, revitalization and continued growth of local business corridors in Savannah, Georgia. Video cameras are being placed in strategic locations throughout the community and access to this footage will be offered for free and made available to participants during the Covid-19 health crisis.
CHeKT announced that its Visual Monitoring platform and the Optex Bridge powered by CHeKT are wholly compliant with the Sandy Springs, Ga., False Alarm Reduction Program. The Sandy Springs, Ga., ordinance has been designed to reduce the number of false alarm dispatches. Unlike other municipal ordinances, the Sandy Springs ordinance fines are imposed on the alarm companies themselves.
With a population of more than 500,000 residents, Sacramento is the state capital of California and one of its largest cities. The city currently has over 1,000 video surveillance cameras deployed across the metropolitan area and is expected to reach over 1,700 security devices
Masonicare is Connecticut’s largest not-for-profit integrated senior care continuum. With residential living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, senior hospital, home health care, homemaker companion and hospice and palliative care, Masonicare cares for thousands of patients and residents every day.
The wholesale central station business is a multi-faceted one, and companies in this business are keen on innovation, adding new capabilities every year. A few commonalities emerged as we spoke with central stations for this year’s annual roundup of wholesale monitoring.