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Remote Surveillance Can Deter Theft at Auto & Tire Businesses

Posted by Norm Charney on Jul 5, 2017

Remote surveillance can play a critical role in protecting your property and investments from loss and damage. Property managers and business owners have the responsibility to ensure their indoor and outdoor assets are safe. This includes inventory, employees, customers, and the building itself.

Unfortunately, simply video recording for after-the-fact evidence does little to protect these business-critical assets. That’s why more and more businesses invest in live remote video monitoring services.

How Remote Surveillance Could Have Prevented Damage

A Fort Worth, Texas tire shop could have benefitted from using their own remote video monitoring system. Over a six-month period, the tire shop has been burglarized and vehicles have been stolen from the property. Despite the security measures, which included a guard dog, it didn’t deter the thieves. They even stole the dog.

With live video surveillance, the owner of the tire shop could have easily been alerted to unusual activity at his property. A remote surveillance service could have seen break-ins and thefts and called local police.

One of the greatest advantages of a remote monitoring system is the ability to watch the activity from anywhere in the world. All you need is a connection to the Internet. Property managers and owners can log in via the Internet to view their cameras live from any mobile device, laptop or tablet to check their property after hours or while on vacation.

Remote Surveillance Provides Peace of Mind

An auto dealer or tire store security guard or guard dog can only be at one place at a time. But with remote surveillance, multiple security cameras can be installed throughout your commercial real estate property. Trained operators can monitor your video cameras in real-time to help deter trespassers, intrusions, vandalisms, thefts, and damage before they happen.

The peace of mind that comes with remote video monitoring can be the greatest benefit of all. Business owners can feel safe and stay connected while away from the office.

This auto and tire shop is not a customer of Stealth Monitoring.

Stealth Monitoring, a privately held company with U.S. headquarters in Dallas, TX, and Canadian headquarters in Toronto, ON, is North America’s leading provider of live video monitoring solutions. We specialize in proactive and intelligent video monitoring technology that can significantly improve threat detection and police response. Our security solutions feature advanced technology, coupled with human intelligence and efficient processes, to help detect and deter crime while reducing security guard and other expenses. We are also heavily invested in the future of computer vision and artificial intelligence. We are actively developing new technologies that can enable executives with valuable business intelligence data to improve their day-to-day operations and decision-making abilities. We have over 500 employees, 15 offices, and 3 redundant live video monitoring control centers. Our team proactively monitors 20,000+ cameras daily, resulting in more than 15,000 deterred crimes, 500+ arrests and 35,000+ analyzed customer videos every year, securing peace of mind for business owners throughout North America. Our clients include construction sites, shopping centers, apartment buildings, auto dealers, office buildings, industrial facilities, distribution yards, cannabis operations, and other businesses with outdoor assets. They range from large global enterprises to single location companies. Our proactive solutions can help reduce external and internal theft, vandalism, property damage and provide you with actionable business intelligence. We can even reduce or replace security guards at a fraction of the cost – up to 60% savings.

Please call toll-free (866) 382-3873 or contact Stealth today for more information to protect your outdoor assets. Visit the Stealth web site to see real videos of criminals being arrested at construction sites, multifamily apartments, shopping centers, office buildings, warehouses, auto dealerships, and other commercial real estate properties.