Caught On Camera! Recently, Security Technology of South Texas Inc, installed a video surveillance for a local Home Owners Association that had been experiencing problems with people hitting the security gates at their community.
The use of drones for surveillance is no longer confined to the pages and scripts of sci-fi stories. While it is true that we have been using sophisticated camera systems combined with flight to spy across the Ocean at least since the development of the U2 program during the Cold War, it is the addition of modern “IOT” style tech to this equation that has opened the possibility for open (or closed) networks of semi-autonomous security devices to be used in securing important locations. Read more
To what extent any niche in the overall market will open up in response to some of these new possibilities is not certain right now. It could be that for some reason, consumer drone tech becomes unavailable in the near future. Economy of scale might not be dialed in just right. Read more
The days of using on-site DVRs to record and store data has increasingly become a thing of the past in the industry of professional security. While many electronics and outlet stores still sell $500 DIY systems using this old technology, managing data using cloud hosting has become otherwise ubiquitous.