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Apartment Fence Climber Breaks into Cars

Posted by Amy Hite on March 3, 2020

Parking garages are hotbeds for vehicle break-ins and theft. They provide a large inventory of unattended vehicles that can be attractive to would-be thieves.

The Maryland MHA Industry Development Day is Coming and Stealth Will Be There

Posted by Matthew Clark on March 2, 2020

Is crime at your property leading to lower occupancy rates? Are you spending too much on security guards who aren’t achieving results? Are you tired of paying costly repairs due to property damage? Meet Stealth Monitoring’s team of security experts at the Maryland Multi-Housing…

What Can I Do About Cargo Theft on the Rise?

Posted by Sean Murphy on February 28, 2020

The cost of cargo theft is massive. Its ripple effects go beyond the cost of the stolen goods. To give you an idea of how bad it is, SupplyChainBrain references a study on stolen digital cameras worth $200,000. It would take 10 times the number of sales, or $2 million, to offset…

Shopping Center Parking Lot Brawl

Posted by Amy Hite on February 27, 2020

A car was seen driving around the parking lot of a Maryland shopping center. The driver stopped the car and was approached by an individual. Two more people stepped out in front of the car. One member of the trio appeared to taunt the driver. The car backed up and pulled into a…

Mattamy Homes Decreases Theft and Accidents with Remote Video Monitoring

Posted by Kirk Biddle on February 26, 2020

When North America’s largest privately owned home builder was in need of a security solution, they turned to Stealth Monitoring. The Construction Site Security Challenges Theft is a common problem on construction sites. So much so that it is not uncommon for companies to price…

How Did Live Video Monitoring Help One Shopping Center Reduce Crime and Save Money?

Posted by Rick Charney on February 26, 2020

A Dallas shopping center was having an issue with crime at their property. Semi-trucks were parking in their lot overnight. Drug dealers, homeless people and other vagrants were making themselves at home. Of the eight shopping centers owned by Green Earth Realty, this one retail…

The Evolution of Video Surveillance

Posted by Melissa Parsons on February 26, 2020

When George Orwell published the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1949, who knew that it would describe video surveillance through devices like two-way telescreens or two-way televisions that we would see something like that today? In the story, the residents of Oceania…

This Is What Artificial Intelligence Will Do for Video Surveillance

Posted by Melissa Parsons on February 24, 2020

A simple video surveillance system captures what the camera sees. To spot suspicious activity requires someone to watch the cameras or analysts who know how to watch hours of footage to find issues. AI has exploded in the last decade and now it has found its way in video…