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Comparison
Comparison

Onsite or remote guard *

Advantages and disadvantages

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Onsite guard & remote guard from the 24-hour center, leveraging modern Artificial Intelligence technology.
Comparison
Local Warden
(5 negatively)
Remote Guardian
(4 negatively)
Is present to check people and vehicle movement
Yes
Yes
Detects movement of people & vehicles when they occur
Yes
Yes
Constant motion sensing behind the customer's building or buildings
No
Yes
Checks employee access permissions during non-working hours
Yes (with ID)
Yes (with code)
Checks and manages visitors during business hours
Yes
No
In the event of an intrusion, emits loud audible deterrents and contacts police and the owner
Yes
Yes
Can sense a fire
Maybe
No (for now)
Can provide security services in NON-fenced areas
Yes
No
Can accompany workers at night during an emergency
Yes
No
Sends a report on checks performed, for validation of services
No
Yes
May fall asleep or become distracted by their cell phone during work hours
Yes
No
Can be threatened or immobilized by intruders
Yes
No
All businesses can afford the monthly cost
No
Yes

* Remote Guard

consists of 5 parts
1. The body of the guard located in the 24-hour center
2. The eyes of the guard, located inside the camera
3. The mouth of the guard, located in the loudspeaker (under the camera)
4. The latest technology equipment (Hard & Soft) located at the 24-hour center
5. IP (Internet Protocol) & VPN technology , for the continuous & secure communication of the above.

Despite the fact that the remote guard consists of so many significantly expensive parts, it costs you much less because it is only used as required. When movement at your location is detected and not endlessly and unreasonably.

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