Video — Stealth Monitoring Introduction — Surveillance Video in the New Network

Posted by Amy Hite on August 10, 2015

David Charney, President of Stealth Monitoring, was a featured speaker in the Time Warner Cable conference The New Network: Fueling the Transformation of Business Models, Processes and Applications #newnettransform.

Video: David Charney - Stealth Monitoring Introduction

The panel of experts with host Michael Kennedy, Principal Analyst for ACG Research, explained:

◾Why you should reconsider network planning assumptions to support shifting user demands

◾How managed services can deliver enterprise-class solutions for your midsize business

◾The steps a live video surveillance company took to transform its business and leapfrog competitors

◾How cloud applications can enable an anytime, anywhere business model

Mr. Kennedy asked David Charney to tell a little about Stealth Monitoring. Mr. Charney's edited response is below.

Thank you for allowing us to participate in this panel. The video you are about to see shows our proactive live video surveillance services in real time. The subject happens to be a car dealership and you will see individuals entering the car dealership and seizing their client’s vehicles. The vehicles happen have the keys inside of them. They drive the vehicles out of the service area. Stealth operators contact the police and as seen in the video, the police arrive and the culprits are apprehended.

My name’s David Charney. I’m the President of the company. We are a national live video surveillance company. What’s unique about our services and our solution offering is we’re completely proactive in how we do things. We watch your cameras proactively, which means we specialize in outdoor assets and being able to prevent the crimes as best we can, early as we can in the process. We have national clients in many different industries. We specialize in commercial assets, certainly car dealerships, industrial real estates, self-storage facilities and we have hundreds of clients across the country.

We are happy to provide demos of our services. There’s a diagram that’s being shown now that shows a theoretical version on the importance of the cloud and how it has changed our industry. When camera surveillance came out, it was CCTV. Eventually internet connections were available and were usually pretty weak. IP cameras now have become much more competitive. So IP cameras are much more prevalent and people are installing IP cameras. Now the bandwidth has to match and competitive internet connections needs to be available nationwide. It’s really important being proactive, that we are able to watch cameras in real time to prevent crimes. Our clients and Stealth are able to take advantage of high speed internet data concentrated back to offer a much better solution.

Whether it’s studying the data or the analytics or real time detection that camera seven, somewhere in the United States, went down a few minutes ago. Our clients can take action proactively instead of after the fact. The ability for us to be proactive is very powerful in our industry and it makes us stand out from the rest. So, that’s just sort of a quick background of Stealth Monitoring. We are a Texas-based business, but we have clients in many states and today we watched 9,000 video cameras every single night in our data control rooms video monitoring centers and we look forward to answering all kinds of questions and fielding questions from you guys from the field. Thank you for your time.

Stealth proactive live surveillance can detect and deter crime for greater security while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity, activate an audible warning to deter thieves, and call the local police. Please contact Stealth today for more information to protect your commercial property. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended.