You are responsible for making a city safe.
But who makes you feel safe?
As the Director of Security, you have to do more than make your city safe. You have to make it feel safe.
You’ve got quite a job: personal safety, digital safety, health safety and infrastructure safety.
What do you need to do the job (besides eyes and ears in the front, sides and back of your head)?
You certainly need smart technology and smart people to go with it; people with heart, with commitment for the job at hand as you have. And people with experience: people who have done it before.
Safe is not just a fact, it’s a feeling.
So as you look out over your city, ask yourself: who’s looking out for you?
Who is making you feel safe?
In cities around the world Security and Surveillance Directors have the same answer: IndigoVision.
Miraflores City. Crime reduced by 58%.
Miraflores is an up-market neighborhood that sits against the Pacific on the edge of Lima.
In 2012 Miraflores had an unreliable video surveillance system, poor image quality, no alarm data, short term recordings, security cameras in the wrong areas, and a limited number of operators observing the system. And a lot of crime.
Then they called IndigoVision.
We upgraded their system with HD security cameras so visually advanced you can see faces clearly enough for police identification---in the dark.
We integrated alarm data with surveillance video, video that can record for 120 days non-stop. The system is scalable so more cctv cameras can be deployed to more areas without a hiccup.
And we installed more than 25 viewing stations using Control Center, our video management software: more eyes watching out for the citizens of Miraflores. And because Control Center is licence free, every time they installed it there was no software costs.
The result: a 58% reduction in crime.