We all want to do all we can to keep ourselves, our families, our possessions, and our property as safe as possible from break-ins. Fortunately there is so much new technology in home surveillance. Here are some cutting edge ways to keep your home safe and secure!
New developments in surveillance cameras mean that you can now get higher video resolution than ever, so that in the case of a break-in, the intruder’s face will be much easier to identify.
In the past, security camera footage was recorded on videotape. To view it, you would have to physically get the tape. With Cloud storage, footage can be stored for long periods of time. The Cloud gives much more bandwidth, allowing for highly affordable storage, and easy accessibility at any time via high speed internet. In fact, most people are able to view security camera footage from their handheld devices.
Surveillance cameras with 360-degree coverage are also becoming popular. Rather than the older pan-tilt-zoom cameras, 360-degree cameras have a far wider range, and are cost-effective, allowing homeowners to view a larger area with just one camera.
Security systems may seem complicated to use and install, but with new technology these systems are becoming more user-friendly. The technology used in home surveillance is becoming simpler. The more functions, buttons, and gadgets a security system of device has, the higher the likelihood of something going wrong is. Whether due to human or machine error, complicated systems can easily fail.
New technologies are allowing for further ease of use and installment. Most home security systems can be controlled with just a smartphone!
High speed internet and more streamlined technology also allows for quicker response times in the case of a break-in.
The more technology advances, the more accessible, affordable, and effective home security will become. Already, there are amazingly simple and effective ways to protect yourself, your family, and your home. Visit our website to learn more about Protection Plus’ home security options.