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How AI can Solve the True Problem of False Alarms & Improve Active Deterrence

Artificial intelligence is starting to gain traction in the everyday and in wildly diverse areas, from art through to finance. Call us biased, but we believe one of the most exciting areas that AI is transforming is security and surveillance. Thoughtfully developed artificial intelligence for security camera systems can provide a number of advantages, but in particular it can help to solve two huge problems within security management. Both solutions tie to an improved ability to distinguish human activity from animal or other environmental movement.

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Perimeter Security: Why a Fence is Just the First Defence

Perimeter fences can range from a few symbolic strands of wire to an intimidating razor wire and steel behemoth. The common theme, of course, is the fence’s purpose: to tell others to stay out and to protect what’s inside, or vice versa. While a robust and discouraging fence is a first line of defence, it isn’t where you should stop when it comes to a security solution.

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5 Business Benefits of Security Systems with Cloud Recording

While traditional security systems have recorded data internally, the improvements in network coverage and communications tech now make cloud recording a valid choice for most Australian businesses and organisations. So why consider a cloud recording security camera or system? And how can you be confident you’re choosing the right one? Let’s dive into the details.

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How do Emergency Alert Systems Work Using the Internet of Things?

Since time immemorial there’s been one main way of alerting people to danger; someone spots a hazard in the distance, they shout a warning to others, and the process of preparation or evacuation begins. But this process is now being transformed and enhanced by the same technology that’s transforming our homes and cities – the Internet of Things.

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Brittany Smith

Why Australian Conditions Demand an Australian Designed Solar Power Security Camera

From ‘a trip to the shops’ that can take a few hours in the country, to our diverse climates with many extremes, Australia has a reputation for being a little different. As such, our different environments often demand more thoughtful product design. Security systems that were designed overseas tend to either physically crumble in our surroundings or simply aren’t fit for purpose. Here are the Australian conditions that have led to Spectur’s locally designed and manufactured solutions.

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Brittany Smith

4 Potential Threats to Security Systems and How to Prevent Them

The fact that security systems capture, record and deter is exactly why these systems often become targets themselves from intruders or offenders. The last thing you need is a security camera that needs its own security camera! So how can you prevent the most common threats to your security system? By getting your security camera setup right in the first place and looking for the right features.

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