Keep a Constant Eye on Your Business with a PASS Security Video Surveillance System
PASS can design a video surveillance system developed specifically to address a variety of business needs. Think about video surveillance not as security cameras, monitors, and video recorders, but as a new set of eyes watching over your business all the time, wherever you want them – looking over the things that are most important to you.
A video surveillance system can help reduce or eliminate guard expense, protect employees, and serve as a visible, active deterrent for unwanted activity, reducing vandalism, theft, and false accident claims. Your CCTV system can also be designed to work in conjunction with your intrusion detection and access control systems for a fully integrated security system.
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PASS is very selective in the products and manufacturers we use because we want to make sure our video management systems we design are high quality systems that last. We partner with respected industry leading manufactures like March Networks DVR’s, Pelco Cameras and Arecont Vision megapixel cameras because we know these products have been tested and work. Give us a call and see how a PASS engineered security camera system can keep a watchful eye over your business and property. PASS also offers a Virtual Guard Tour Service to help keep an eye on your property 24/7. Learn more about this service here.
Megapixel Security Cameras – A New Breed of Cameras That Offers You More Coverage & Clearer Image Quality:
PASS is the St. Louis Area security experts at designing and implementing IP security cameras and megapixel security cameras. These new breed of security cameras allow you to tie your security cameras and your DVR or NVR into your network, giving you remote access to your video footage. Using IP cameras also allows less wires to run which saves you money in installation. We can also engineer a system that will incorporate your existing analog surveillance cameras with new megapixel IP cameras, allowing you the ability to keep the existing equipment you already purchased while moving forward with new technology.