A business man standing in front of a large computer wall screen looking at risk management trends

In business, the potential for unforeseen risk looms everywhere. Fortunately, preventable losses are avoidable losses, and companies are learning that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Taking a proactive approach to operational and security risk management is the most efficient way to mitigate risks. Proactive real-time solutions, including AI-based video surveillance cameras and advanced data analytics, are helping enterprises detect and mitigate risks quickly.

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A dome smart video surveillance camera monitoring students at school

Today’s HD cameras and AI-based software and analytics do significantly more than simply relay and record video. Smart video surveillance systems can recognize suspicious behavior, flag unwanted persons, identify unsafe objects, and even identify elevated temperatures.  Additionally, these systems immediately alert school safety monitors with live-video of the person, object or unsafe event.

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A woman's face being captured and analyzed by facial recognition video security software.

Traditional safety and security methods typically blend on-site security guards, security patrols, and surveillance cameras that relay captured video to a recording device. Nowadays, modern security camera technology and advanced software functionality allow today’s AI-driven video security systems to deliver the higher ROI.

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A dark underground parking lot with minimal lighting and no video camera surveillance.

One of the best ways for owners and operators to improve safety in lots and garages is to install smart video security equipment. That means investing in state-of-the-art, rules-based, live-video surveillance cameras with real-time monitoring capability. Real-time monitoring, or proactive monitoring, refers to advanced video analytics technology that immediately alerts you of unauthorized activity. 

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A man in a dark colored hoodie caught by video security as he watches a burning vehicle

Millions of dollars are lost to property crimes each year. Sadly, police solve rates for such crimes grimly hovers under 20%. Increasingly, the biggest crime-solving asset available to law enforcement is real-time footage captured by smart video security systems. Unlike traditional CCTV, smart video security systems carry advanced facial recognition and appearance search features.

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