Mace CSSS Integrates Technologies With Videofied
Mace CSSS Inc. has integrated its central station automation system with the Videofied video verification security monitoring system.
The Videofied platform allows the Anaheim, Calif.-based Mace monitoring center to receive verification of alarm events activated through Videofied’s security system, developed by RSI Video Technologies. Mace has added RSI’s server to its central station and integrated the signal and video processing with the stages automation processing system by Secure Global Solutions.
The Videofied system incorporates a wireless motion viewer, with a built-in digital camera and illuminator for night vision. Upon detecting motion, the viewer sends a 10-second video clip to Mace’s monitoring center. Mace receives the video verification and utilizes two-way voice to investigate the alarm incident and respond.
“As a recognized leader in remote video monitoring, it’s essential that the Mace CSSS line of services includes platforms like Videofied to enhance our dealers’ offerings while increasing their revenue stream,” says Peter Giacalone, president of Mace Security Services and SSI‘s “Monitoring Matters” columnist. “This unique platform will afford our dealers the opportunity to raise their competitive position by offering services to remote applications where electricity and communications are not available.”
Security Is Our Business, Too
For professionals who recommend, buy and install all types of electronic security equipment, a free subscription to Security Sales & Integration is like having a consultant on call. You’ll find an ideal balance of technology and business coverage, with installation tips and techniques for products and updates on how to add sales to your bottom line.
A free subscription to the #1 resource for the residential and commercial security industry will prove to be invaluable. Subscribe today!
Recommended For You
Cloud security can present a paradox: companies love the flexibility and versatility of cloud security management, but are unsure if the cloud itself is secure enough to house their vitally important systems.
From processing power to lens selection to proper positioning, here are 13 tips to help shed light on proper installation of cameras in low-light conditions.