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Video verified intrusion alarms are gaining traction due to better technology, lower cost, higher awareness, and first responders’ weariness of time and dollars lost to false alarm dispatches. Find out why it’s time for those still standing on the sidelines to fall in line.
Major brands such as El Pollo Loco, Wendy’s, Denny’s, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and Blaze Pizza franchised by WKS will be monitored by remote intervention specialists.
Advances in technology are better tying video in with intrusion alarms to slash false alarms and save valuable law enforcement resources.
Many municipalities across the country have changed their laws or regulations associated with alarm response and require some type of verification before they will dispatch.
By adding a camera on the reader, Openpath’s Video Reader Pro attaches visual verification to access events at the door.
The integration links OpenEye’s Cloud-managed video platform, OpenEye Web Services, with Alarm.com’s Cloud-based smart business security platform.
Using video and audio to verify intrusion alarms is gaining momentum. Leadership of the Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) explains how smarter technology is slashing false dispatches and optimizing law enforcement response.
The integration, which will be released Sept. 1 in the Americas, will be made available on the Immix Central Station (CS) and Guard Force (GF) platforms.
The new offering is said to provide real-time visibility into buildings by seamlessly combining video footage with access-based events.