I have just been handed some money to improve our security cameras and the alarm system in our aquatic facility.
If you have:
- suggestions about a system that you like;
- ideas that might improve our bid;
- OR- pitfalls to avoid!
PLEASE let me know.
I would focus on motion sensors, fake cameras, and alarms because even good video cameras need to be close, and need light, or you won't see crap unless you send it to the FBI headquarters for analysis...
My last facility spent around $10,000 for a full system and seriously, you can't see anything helpful, and we're still short $10K worth of USEFUL equipment.
Security cameras or pool event recorders? I think one keeps suspect people away from the pool and facility the other is used to monitor and record happenings and potential incidents in the pool and pool area. Alarms for security of the building or for patrons that might not be watched well enough by the lifeguards?