Verifying security alarms with video cameras is helping law enforcement increase arrests and reduce false alarm dispatches.
By Keith Jentoft · October 07, 2014
The latest release includes a false alarm reduction feature, simplifies system management with schedules, and includes faulted-zone functionality to allow users to correct a zone issue instead of auto force-arming.
Rodney Bosch · October 03, 2014
Implementing video verification can help a security dealer increase subscriber base value because the technology usually delivers faster police response.
Kevin Lehan · September 18, 2014
Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response’s two-part panel at ISC West 2014 covered the internal debate going on within the electronic security industry about video verification.
Rodney Bosch · April 04, 2014
Here are five steps to help you sell video verification to your clients.
January 09, 2014
Your sales team should demonstrate central station monitored video services (e.g. video surveillance as a service or VSaaS) on every appointment.
January 09, 2014
Security dealers who attended Affiliated Monitoring’s recent Security Summit 2013 arrived with no confusion about the subject matter they would be focusing on. The title of the annual event said it all: Earn More Money With Video.
December 11, 2013
Technology advances and crumbling costs are helping video verified alarms penetrate the security marketplace. Thanks to benefits that include better security and likelihood of apprehensions, as well as false alarm reduction, customers, law enforcement and insurers have taken notice. It all adds up to more recurring revenue.
September 30, 2013
The Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response (PPVAR) has formed a new committee to develop video verification best practices between central stations and public safety answering points (PSAPs).
September 26, 2013
Take SSI’s October Web poll! What security technology gained the most traction in 2013?
September 25, 2013