Would your project benefit from audio devices? Yes!
Audio monitoring solutions can be applied to a variety of vertical use cases and provide a wide range of benefits, from secondary source alarm verification to improved business operations.
Integrators across the security industry are well aware of the need for the increased use of alarm verification methods, specifically through the use of audio technology. With sky-high false alarm rates and undermanned police departments, this issue is not only costly for your end customers but dangerous as well. When unverified alarms are received by police, they are often not prioritized. If a crime is in-fact taking place, the police may not arrive in a timely manner, decreasing the probability of crime deterrence and suspect apprehension.
Fortunately, this need can be easily met by utilizing audio monitoring technologies for secondary security sources for verification.
Audio technology is increasingly becoming the go-to solution in many domains because audio provides two key advantages. First, it can help decrease the number of false alarms, as audio recordings can be reviewed to determine whether an alert is legitimate. Second, audio also captures critical information– such as suspect names or the sounds of gunshots– which better informs police officers about the incident they are responding to.
Why add audio to your next project?
Recurring Monthly Revenue (RMR)
As opposed to just offering remote video monitoring, offer audio as part of the package. Not only will it add value to the end user’s system, but it will add additional services and RMR for your company.
Average Unit of Sale
Adding a microphone or sound detector increases the average unit of sale, or the total cost of goods and services offered. The end result is higher profit margins for your company.
Stand out from the crowd and add “ears” to the “eyes” of your solutions. The added value of audio will help your company better differentiate themselves from others bidding on the same project.