What Our Video Surveillance Systems Offer:
REAL-TIME INTELLIGENCE, ANALYTICS, AND VERIFICATION
One of the reasons why Keystone video surveillance systems are the best is that we offer real-time intelligence and analytics. Do you need to monitor flow of traffic into and throughout your business? Maybe you could benefit from 24/7 supervision of your production line? Our surveillance cameras in Bucks County, PA can help.
One unique aspect of our video surveillance is real-time verification with alerts that can be sent straight to your phone or email. This tool can help identify employees from customers with facial recognition software and notify you if someone is entering an area that is off-limits to the public. For schools, this tool can alert you to suspicious individuals on campus, allowing for faster lockdown and law enforcement response.
All it takes is a free consultation with a Keystone expert – a Life Safety Advisor dedicated to your business – to be on your way to affordable security camera installation.
As a business owner or facility manager, you have enough to worry about. Security can be complicated, but it does not have to be. Trusting Keystone with installing video surveillance in Bucks County, PA makes securing your business easy. Our team will provide you with a free estimate and survey your building, looking for key areas that can benefit from security camera installation, like main entry points, production lines, and places with sensitive information (data storage, patient record rooms, etc.).
We bring this information back to our design team who customizes a solution for your business. Our project managers oversee every step of design and installation to final turnover to ensure you receive the highest quality service. For those with existing surveillance cameras, our security technicians can easily upgrade your system.
Proactive Threat Deterrence
The presence of video surveillance in Philadelphia is often enough to deter criminal activity on its own. When prospective criminals see a security camera pointed at them, they are less likely to commit a crime. Security camera installation above all exterior doors of your business, certain windows, and throughout the building is your first line of defense in preventing criminal activity. Should a security breach happen, the cameras are recording in real time to capture the events and help law enforcement make a subsequent arrest. When tied in with an alarm system, video surveillance is an even more powerful tool in helping catch criminals before they get away.