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Video Security Systems Offer Analytic Approach - Thrive Intelligence - Facility Management Product Release
Thrive Intelligence, a Universal Services of America company, provides alarm monitoring and real-time video security as a service by delivering a complete end-to-end solution — from the camera and analytics to a monitoring and response center.
Thrive provides customized solutions that are scalable, reliable and unmatched. Additionally, the combination of specialized operator selection, hiring and training, and the technology’s alarm and video monitoring capabilities provides end users the ability to secure assets with video surveillance as a stand-alone solution, or by augmenting or replacing manned security resources.
• Event Based Response
• Virtual Fence Monitoring
• Virtual Guard Tours
• Virtual Escorts
• Lobby Reception Management
For more insights on the products, technology, benefits and challenges of the Building Internet of Things, visit www.FacilitiesNet.com/IoT
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