Video Surveillance Systems that Help Protect and Connect
Stay Connected with Your Family, Pets and Property
You work hard to provide your family with the safety and home security they deserve. With our video surveillance systems featuring cloud-based video, you can enjoy your busy lifestyle and rest assured your family and home are always safe. A surveillance camera system helps prevent crimes, too. When thieves see an outdoor security camera, they go elsewhere.
- Remote access puts you in control of your home security system at all times, day or night—from anywhere.
- All you need is your laptop, smartphone or tablet to keep a close watch over the important people and things in your life.
- Receive notifications for events that are important to you—such as a door or gun cabinet opening.
- We offer high resolution video surveillance systems with features that make them easy to use.
Video plays an important role in the prosecution of criminals. Law enforcement offices across the country will tell you that they LOVE video. A home surveillance system makes it easy to document what happened and lets you review events at your convenience.
- Watch the kids while you get things done around the house
- See who is at your door before you open it
- Monitor visitors in your home—cleaning service, service people, etc.
- Check in on the babysitter
- Check up on the dog
- Keep watch over a pool area
- See if your package arrived
- Keep tabs on your home while away on vacation
- Remotely monitor your property while traveling on business or away on military deployment
Protection 1 Video Features
- Web-based video surveillance with full mobile access and control
- Attractive, easy-to-use interface
- Secure viewing and firewall-friendly video streaming with wireless encryption
- Event-driven video notification with adjustable video motion detection technology
- Receive text and email alerts at the first sign of trouble
Message and data rates apply.
- Video storage for up to 100 MB of clips
- Up to six cameras to help protect your home
Sources: Crime in the United States, 2010, U.S. Department of Justice—Federal Bureau of Investigation, September 2010