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    Bill Warnock
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    Originally posted by integrator97 View Post
    We are not ingrates! We appreciate your input!
    Integrator, I think our young friend suffered from a sudden case of brain flatulence and did not check his spelling. At least I hope that was the case.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • integrator97
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    Originally posted by Secure Permagrin View Post
    we have a solution that would work great for you it integrates
    We are not ingrates! We appreciate your input!

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  • Secure Permagrin
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    we have a solution that would work great for you it integrates
    fiber optic security and video. All can be monitored through the internet and even cell phones. check out our site and contact William Batchelor for more information.

    http://www.fiber-fence.com

    its the future of security!
    Secure Permagrin
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    Last edited by Secure Permagrin; 08-01-2007, 05:34 PM. Reason: typo

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  • SecTrainer
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    Originally posted by AR1 View Post
    SecTrainer,

    We currently have a unit that can be monitored over the internet using a celluar air card as well as record real time video locally, and it is currently being used for exactly what your friend is wanting to do.

    http://www.bcisolutions.net/mxdvr/

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Aaron Reyna
    Thanks, Aaron - I'll sure pass it along.

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  • AR1
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  • AR1
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    SecTrainer,

    We currently have a unit that can be monitored over the internet using a celluar air card as well as record real time video locally, and it is currently being used for exactly what your friend is wanting to do.

    http://www.bcisolutions.net/mxdvr/

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Aaron Reyna

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  • SecTrainer
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  • SecTrainer
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    Originally posted by SIW Editor View Post
    Not sure if this would fit the bill, but check out these units (designed primarily for under-construction properties, I think):

    http://www.dewalt.com/us/security/sitelock/

    also, they have a mobile lock GPS type unit, and I think they have some video capabilities now. It's all designed for temporary installations.

    Geoff
    SecurityInfoWatch.com
    Thanks, Geoff! I'll check them out...and I'm not sure they wouldn't fit in with what Mike is doing as well. It's really great to have sources like you guys on the forum.

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  • SIW Editor
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    some technology

    Not sure if this would fit the bill, but check out these units (designed primarily for under-construction properties, I think):

    http://www.dewalt.com/us/security/sitelock/

    also, they have a mobile lock GPS type unit, and I think they have some video capabilities now. It's all designed for temporary installations.

    Geoff
    SecurityInfoWatch.com

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  • SecTrainer
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  • SecTrainer
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    Originally posted by Rooney View Post
    SecTrainer,

    There are several systems on the market that can meet the requirements you stated. I would need more information to give you an "all in one" solution. We manufacture portable systems that are modular in design to be able to "adapt" to many different scenarios. As far as the "key fob" panic device that can easily be done. As well as other wireless sensors being placed around the property. When a sensor goes off a camera will automatically go to the preset position and start recording. With the DVR recording either 24/7 or alarm/motion based a "snapshot" can be e-mailed via wireless modem or if in a wi-fi hotspot, wireless ethernet. If you decided to have the keyfob panic button you could also have a cellular alarm system that would call a monitoring center for dispatch of LE if desired. Depending on the monitoring center and system configuration they can also "call-up" the video for review and dispatch or notify someone per stated procedure.

    You can look at our systems at www.remotesystems.us
    PM me with requirements and we can go from there. You can also contact me from the information on our site.

    Michael Thompson
    Thanks a million, Michael. I will have him take a look at your site. Not sure that things have yet progressed to the point of being able to provide much more in the way of specs. It seems likely to me that the service will be shaped as much by the capabilities of what's available (and what becomes available) as the other way around.

    I also probably should have mentioned that mobile mesh networks are of great interest to my contact.

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  • Rooney
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    SecTrainer,

    There are several systems on the market that can meet the requirements you stated. I would need more information to give you an "all in one" solution. We manufacture portable systems that are modular in design to be able to "adapt" to many different scenarios. As far as the "key fob" panic device that can easily be done. As well as other wireless sensors being placed around the property. When a sensor goes off a camera will automatically go to the preset position and start recording. With the DVR recording either 24/7 or alarm/motion based a "snapshot" can be e-mailed via wireless modem or if in a wi-fi hotspot, wireless ethernet. If you decided to have the keyfob panic button you could also have a cellular alarm system that would call a monitoring center for dispatch of LE if desired. Depending on the monitoring center and system configuration they can also "call-up" the video for review and dispatch or notify someone per stated procedure.

    You can look at our systems at www.remotesystems.us
    PM me with requirements and we can go from there. You can also contact me from the information on our site.

    Michael Thompson

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  • SecTrainer
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    Looking for Recommendations

    Hello to you techno-guys:

    There's an individual in my area who is interested in starting a security patrol service that would specialize in real estate and construction properties. By "real estate", I understand that he means two things:

    1. Vacant properties for sale that need to be patrolled while they're on the market. Risks would be vandalism, "squatters", fire, water pipe bursts, copper thieves, etc.

    2. "Open house" and evening-hour real estate agents showing properties and who are at risk when they work alone. We have had some very sad incidents in this regard, including rapes, robberies and murders.

    Construction properties are fairly self explanatory. Primary risks are vandalism and thefts of materials, tools and installed appliances.

    What all these venues have in common is:

    1. Fairly brief patrol commitments while a specific property is on the market and/or under construction. 30-90-120 days, typically...150 possibly.

    2. Uncertainty about power being present on-site. Unfortunately, some property owners are dumb enough to discontinue electrical service when they vacate their homes, and of course construction sites often won't have accessible power until a certain point in the project.

    3. Ditto #2 regarding telephone service.

    So...what he's looking for is video (and possibly other sensors) that is:

    1. Quick-install/de-install. "Portable" isn't really the word I want, but it conveys the flavor.

    2. Battery (or solar?) powered.

    3. Cell-capable.

    4. Relatively low bandwidth. What I understand him to mean by this is that we're not talking continuous video, but "alarm-and-email a picture" when movement is detected, or something like that.

    His vision, although I don't know if it could be done, is that the patrol unit in a particular district would directly receive a notification from a camera or sensor via Nextel or other cellular data type or SMS service, etc.

    I mention "other sensors". Here, he is thinking about a real estate agent having a "panic button" or something of that sort that would perhaps activate a unit in their car (presumably parked outside the property being shown), which would in turn transmit an alarm with (ideally) GPS location information.

    If anyone works with products having these characteristics or if this rings any bells regarding something you've seen advertised in a product catalog, etc., I'd be very grateful for any input on this you might be able to offer.

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