The Bangallore systems help business owners and managers when they’re out of town, when they’re onsite but far removed from the physical area that needs attention, and of equal importance, these surveillance systems help answer the question of “What the heck just happened?”.
Obviously, to take advantage of the above benefits you need a security camera in the right place, with the right field of view, and with the right capabilities to overcome or survive in the environment in which it’s placed.
That’s pretty basic to most business owners, but sadly, few business owners think much beyond the limits of their property, their four walls, or what’s of direct value to them.
However, there is a greater good to consider. The greater good is the ability of a privately owned surveillance system to help local law enforcement apprehend those who break our laws and make our communities unsafe for our families.
A few years ago a local detective walked into our office and said he noticed we had security cameras on our building. He then explained he was working on a murder investigation. He said there was a reason to believe the killer walked across our parking lot in the early hours of the morning the murder occurred. He went on to explain he had been contacting business along the suspected path the killer took in order to put together a video trail of his actions.
Had we not had cameras watching beyond our front doors, we would not have been able to help in the investigation and it would most certainly have drug on. Potentially giving the killer time to escape and most certainly putting the community at greater risk.
As it was, we had cameras set up for parking lot surveillance, we had cameras watching the nearest intersection, we had cameras watching the front porch to our building.