Simply hanging a few cameras on the fence line and expecting reliable detection at your perimeter fence line is usually unrealistic.
There is still an onus on the Estate to maintain and manage the false alarms consistently. While false alarms can be a pain point, they can also give Estates valuable information about potential security problems, whether an outdated system requiring maintenance, vegetation-related issues, spiderwebs or human behaviour that needs to be corrected.
Research shows that over 3000 registered Homeowners Associations and over 56000 Sectional Title Schemes contain around 2 million properties in South Africa. There are over 3 000 Homeowners Associations (HOAs) There are over 56 000 Sectional Title Schemes There are over 1.9 million homes in residential communities Over 5 million people currently reside in residential […]
A quality audit can reveal the truth about the effectiveness of the current security strategies whilst managing Service Level Agreement between the Estate and the security service provider. The added advantage to this service is that a third party can focus on assessing the security while ensuring that the Service Provider is compliant with all […]
There are many operational Pros to using drones on Estates such as : With the Lowering costs of drones, lightweight cameras and state of the art stabilization, they are appealing for use in security operations Great for use in emergency response to establish appropriate response measures A specified area is defined by programming a drone […]