“We were reconfiguring the building to accommodate different tenants and it was obvious that we had too many blind spots, low image quality, and not the right type of cameras,” said Millspaugh.
“Even though the price point of the cloud-based system was slightly higher, it was easy to see why our assumptions about just replicating our previous system needed to be revisited.”
Encompass AV opted to move the building to a cloud-based security system versus another on-premise DVR data storage system.
The cloud-based system requires less maintenance and on-site hardware, is less vulnerable to security breaches, and allow for easy remote access.
AI cloud-based Verkada cameras were also installed to not only keep a watchful eye, but also inform management on activity levels, detect threats, are easily searchable, and can connect to and inform first responders in the case of emergency, making safety a priority.
Hundreds of hours of HD video from multiple cameras can be recorded and securely observed from anywhere in the world, on any device with internet access.
System users can search footage to hone in on attributes as specific as gender traits, clothing color, and even a person’s face.
A reliable security system with software that is easily trainable and manageable for site staff can keep businesses from incurring unnecessary incident costs as well as allowing for quick action against threats.
“Traditional security cameras with closed-circuit video can require hours of searching when they need something identified,” explained Encompass AV Founder and President Tim Pickett.
“The cameras and AI software we use process the visual information in real time and catalog it, allowing for a quick, and easily searchable option down to shirt or hair color.”
“The system is also very adaptable so it will be able to keep up with new needs and integrations for this team for many years to come.”