Vodafone M2M recently launched a white paper for the security market focused on the impact of M2Min three security applications – alarm systems, CCTV, and asset tracking.
Technology for business security has evolved rapidly, creating new possibilities for securing businesses and their assets against theft, fire and other risks – exceptions to this include CCTV for monitoring and alarms for perimeter protection, which haven’t changed.
Traditional security methods, such as CCTV, don’t secure assets as well as most modern methods – Criminals can cut cables to CCTV cameras and alarms to disable them; target remote locations where it’s impractical to install phone lines to connect cameras and alarms; take advantage of alarms and cameras going unmonitored.
An estimated 75% of Europe’s 30 million alarms are totally unmonitored, according to Berg Insight; target assets when they’re on trucks and vans, away from the protection of the site perimeter – In order to prevent crimes taking place, security providers need to focus on a new approach.
Vodafone, one of the world’s leaders in M2M service delivery, has been working in M2M for over 20 years, and today, provides full support for M2M security solutions, including alarms, CCTV and asset tracking. Vodafone’s solutions can help your business to: cut installation and management costs; increase business insight, improve security and coverage, and also reduce theft and shrinkage.
Vodafone’s capabilities include:
- Global M2M platform
- Global M2M-specific SIM cards
- A broad portfolio of M2M terminals
- Application and service enablement development
- Testing and deployment
- Network connectivity
- System integration — all from a single supplier, with a single contract.
Download the new white paper on M2M for business security at http://m2m.vodafone.com/securityindustryinsights and learn more about Vodafone’s global M2M solutions. Via the white paper, you can also view Vodafone’s portfolio of wireless communications solutions can support your business.