There’s a lot going on these days as Covid continues to further impact lives and businesses. The security industry has its share of questions regarding what direction our market will take. At H&S Protection, we monitor these trends to see what the best options are to offer our customers.
Here is one: Will burglar alarms go touchless? With concern about hand contact from devices, will voice activation be a product purchased in the future? A lot depends on what happens with Covid.
We need to be aware of market conditions, so here’s another one to ponder: What will the interest be in video surveillance and access control? Will there be further demand, for example, to install video to monitor interactions in businesses to determine if people are following proper virus protocols? Stay tuned.
How about law enforcement issues? Growing support for body cameras for law enforcement seems a given. Will the money be there to invest in these technologies to provide officers the best technology to do their jobs most effectively?
More and more, police are looking for footage from businesses. We’ve found law enforcement wanting access to footage from cameras to monitor video from a potential crime scene. If you run a business, does it make more sense today to install a camera security system?
The trend towards use of video footage by law enforcement is growing. It helps them monitor and police their local community more effectively, particularly in large crowd situations.
H&S Protection is monitoring these, and other trends to serve you to the best of our ability. We anticipate trends by studying customer behavior and industry data. Evolving trends occur over a period of time, but this year activities have occurred at a more rapid pace. We’re listening, watching and adjusting to these trends to help you protect your business and home.
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