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Mobile enabled Global Watchman surveillance monitoring

BrickHouse Security : 22 September, 2009  (New Product)
The Global Watchman monitoring device from BrickHouse Security enables image capture and transmission across the cellular network
Mobile enabled Global Watchman surveillance monitoring
BrickHouse Security, a provider of security and surveillance products to more than 500 local and national law enforcement agencies and the majority of Fortune 500 companies, has announced its new Global Watchman monitoring device at the ASIS conference for security professionals. In the past, image-capture monitoring products have been constrained by battery strength, severely limiting the distance over which they could transmit images and shortening their battery life. To overcome this limitation the Global Watchman employs cellular networks to transmit images from its motion-activated camera to a user's computer or cell phone the moment the image is captured .

'The ability to monitor remote locations from virtually anywhere on the globe turns the surveillance industry on its head,' said Todd Morris, BrickHouse CEO. 'This new combination of cellular transmission, extended battery life, and all-weather protection provides professionals with capabilities they've never before had at their disposal. These capabilities can rewrite current approaches to patrolling remote locations, monitoring warehouses, and keeping an eye on places they wouldn't otherwise visit for months on end.'

The company chose ASIS 2009 as a venue for launching this important product given its role as the most influential industry event for the 22,000 security professionals expected to attend. Said Mr. Morris, 'We're excited to be exhibiting at ASIS and are certain that the Global Watchman will create quite the buzz here.'

BrickHouse Security is launching the Global Watchman at a discounted price of $599, a price it expects will attract customers beyond government agencies and surveillance professionals. With its ease of use and one-of-a-kind features, businesses and consumers can use it to actively watch their properties for trespassers or thieves, protecting not only their possessions but also their families or employees. Adds Mr. Morris, 'I'm sure there are plenty of uses we haven't even thought of yet.'

Groundbreaking product features:

* Cellular surveillance that requires no cables or local Internet connection
* Motion-activated PIR nightvision camera
* Images sent via cellular and stored on internal SD card
* View all surveillance footage online
* All-weather: Withstands the harshest elements
* E-Mail notification when motion is detected
* Image sent through cellular networks
* Retrieve images & manage cameras from computer or mobile phone
* Motion-activated cellular surveillance system
* Makes remote video surveillance possible in the most desolate areas
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