Best Practices to Reduce Outdoor Video Nuisance Alarms
Princeton, NJ (Oct 19, 2016) – SightLogix has published a nuisance alarms reduction design guide to assist integrators, architects and engineers, and site managers responsible for planning, selecting, and installing a smart video-based security system. Titled, “Securing Outdoor Assets with Trusted Alerts,” the guide offers practical advice about using outdoor video to secure critical assets with high reliability and low costs, without the plague of nuisance alarms that once reduced their effectiveness.
“While there are many technologies available for outdoor security, smart thermal cameras have emerged as the solution of choice for detecting intruders in real time,” said John Romanowich, President and CEO, SightLogix, Inc. “Our design guide incorporates valuable lessons learned while working with customers to increase security effectiveness and lower costs.”
Outdoor Video – Increased Accuracy and Reduced Nuisance Alarms
Today’s smart thermal video is an ideal solution to the age-old challenges in site protection that confront security professionals. It outperforms older technologies by a wide margin. It often costs less. Installation is less disruptive, and the technology is highly reliable.
Essentially, a smart video security system is a force multiplier, taking the burden of monotonous surveillance off regular security staff and directing them to critical security issues in real time.
When deployed using best practices of product selection and installation, smart thermal video is the obvious choice for outdoor site security applications.
The Design Guide can be downloaded at http://www.sightlogix.com/trusted-alerts-design-guide/.
SightLogix smart thermal camera systems are being used to protect site perimeters and outdoor areas around critical assets throughout North America, Canada, Europe and the Middle East, due to their low cost, high accuracy and near-zero false alerts.