Overwatch Stops Crime With Two Way Audio

Security systems with two-way audio features can stop crime effectively. 

The Criminal Psyche

Criminals count on stealth to commit crimes. Once they realized they were seen, they rarely proceeded with their appalling actions. This is why, throughout history, people have trained dogs to guard their homes. An investigative report by KGW8 out of Oregon surveyed 86 burglars. The study concluded that most burglars would stay away if “a homeowner had a big, loud dog.” A convicted burglar said, “Dogs are a deal breaker for me…Big breeds, home protectors are the best to keep people out.” (Source)

Inspired by this practice, security systems have innovated a more effective audio method to stop crime, hence the two-way audio feature.

In our recent video, one individual pretended to tie her hair up to hide her face, thinking the cameras wouldn’t mark her as an unauthorized entry. That was futile because our cameras have advanced AI technology, and our live agents monitored the scene 24/7. Our live agents used two-way audio to warn the perpetrator vocally and trigger the alarm. Using multi-media channels, our live agents stopped the crime promptly.

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Overwatch Technologies is dedicated to providing innovative security solutions that meet the needs of their clients. Their advanced security systems are not only effective in preventing break-ins, but they are also easy to install and maintain. This makes them an excellent choice for property owners looking to upgrade their security systems. The company’s success in stopping the recent break-in on the multi-family residential property is a testament to their commitment to providing top-notch security solutions.

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