Video verification takes place when a person enters your facility and an alarm or alert notifies the video monitoring company. The video monitoring service will then access the on-site cameras to verify if this was a false alarm or if there was an intruder. If there is an intruder, the trained monitoring center reviews video footage and determines if the event warrants police response. Based on the premise that the event is video verified, the police react in a timelier manner.
One of the video verification systems that Allied represents is called “Videofied”. The Videofied system is integrated with a security alarm. When the alarm is armed at the business or home location and the integrated night vision motion detector triggers, Videofied takes a video clip of the event and immediately sends the picture to our monitoring center as well as e-mails/text messages the images to the designated security director at your site. This not only allows our monitoring center operators to instantly see what it was that set the alarm off (i.e. dog or actual burglar), it also verifies the alarm so that the police will respond immediately. In many cases it leads to actual apprehension of the burglar on the premises. Instant notification and priority response means apprehensions and greater security. Imagine being able to view the actual burglary in progress as opposed to viewing footage the next day after the burglary has occurred. It is completely wireless, requires no phone or power lines, can lead to actual burglar capture and can cut down on false alarms.
Wireless “MotionViewers” use sophisticated PIR technology to trigger the integrated night vision camera and capture 10 second video clip of the incident. The system sends the video alert over a cell network to our monitoring center for immediate review. The video clips are then e-mailed to the owner or their authorized representative.