The Future of Home Surveillance
The Advantages of a Professional Home Surveillance Installation
If you find yourself driving around the Branson, MO, area, you will probably pass by at least a few smart homes. They are difficult to spot from a distance, but chances are the homeowners there are aware of your presence. How do we know? Because at 3D Smart Homes, we have worked on thousands of luxury houses across Missouri, offering our clients access to the industry standard in home surveillance installation.
As the leading residential technology providers in the state, our 3D process and brand are recognized by clients, architects, and construction specialists alike. To give you a better idea of what we can do, here are three reasons why hiring a professional installer and integrator is the best choice for your next home surveillance system.
Smart Video Analytics
When you think of surveillance, do you ever wonder how endless hours of video are analyzed? It’s a valid question. After all, what is the point of cameras recording 24/7 if nobody ever gets to go through the footage. The answer is both surprisingly simple and a reflection of how modern home surveillance works: Smart cameras can do it for you! Using video analytics, a smart camera will comb through footage, identify relevant events, and report actual threats to you in real time. These relevant events can be triggered by facial, vehicle, or person recognition, and be monitored by you or a specialized team. But more on that later. What matters is that your surveillance system is only as good as its installation.
It is important to feel safe while you are home. It matters as much to have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your home and family are protected even if you are not there. Smart surveillance systems include IP-based cameras, allowing you cloud access to both pre-recorded and real-time footage. These systems also auto-generate log entries for any relevant events, and can be controlled from your smartphone. In an integrated, automated smart home, motion sensors would trigger an alarm, sending a notification to you, and giving you the options of deterrence or filing a report. For deterrence, turning the lights on and rolling up the shades does the trick most of the time, but what about in case of emergencies?
There are a number of advantages to using a remote monitoring station as part of your home security systems. These teams of trained professionals are a bridge between smart homes and law enforcement agencies, and can safely guide you through most emergencies.
Your Security Partner
Home surveillance goes far beyond store-bought cameras. At 3D Smart Homes, we can take care of you. Contact us today so we can get started.