Modern security and video surveillance systems leverage much more than video. Wireless technology makes it possible to create mobile surveillance networks that can be deployed with minimal time and effort. Real-time video analytics can autonomously detect motion and notify security staff. Facial recognition can help ID individuals in a restricted area. Internet-of-Things sensors can be strategically positioned to detect everything from seismic activity to moisture, motion, air pressure and more. Thermal cameras can send an alarm to a user's phone upon detecting a heat signal in the vicinity.
This change indicates a shift from passive to active surveillance systems are evolving into real-time, artificial intelligence driven, always-on surveillance and alarm networks. They can interpret events of significance and, if necessary, alert appropriate authorities and personnel. Most importantly, they allow you to maximize your most important and expensive security asset, your security personnel.
Added to the security solution mix are access control and incident management software that provide a comprehensive suite of products and services for the security industry. From an operational standpoint, having one technology integrator to implement these solutions improves cost effectiveness, convenience and performance. It also means that organizations can configure surveillance and security systems to solve specific problems rather than simply buy "the next best thing" – that is, presuming they have the expertise to design and implement those custom deployments.
For the experts at Day Wireless Systems, no problem is too niche. Our technicians have decades of experience mixing and matching best-in-class technologies to create cost-effective, high-performance and well-integrated security solutions. From federal, state and local government organizations, to contractors, large corporations, transportation companies, hospitals, retailers, small businesses and more, there is no industry that we cannot assist.
Access control systems keep your people, property, and assets safe. Access control platforms are so much more than door hardware systems with simple databases. Users have to factor in IT infrastructure, ease of use, mobility, and systems integration when deciding on upgrading or installing a new access control platform.
Ally is a web-based, Software-as-a-Service (Saas) platform designed to provide private security organizations with effective, mobile, easy-to-use security guard software for incident management and dispatch.
Video surveillance is on the brink of permanent transformation. Today's IP-based surveillance systems are mobile and multi-faceted. Wireless networking technology has made camera systems more resilient to network downtime.