Copper theft, diesel theft, tool theft; these are growing problems for the country’s building contractors and a cause of delays when they occur. With Irisity’s Site Guard, you can ensure that your site is not disrupted by unwelcome visitors during the evening, night time or weekend. Our intelligent cameras monitor the area 24/7 and send an alarm immediately when suspicious activity is detected.
We have created a solution based on extensive experience of working with building contractors and their specific problems and requirements. Using our intelligent cameras, we are able to monitor the area 24/7 and send an alarm immediately in the event of suspicious activity. We take care of everything from planing and installation to operational monitoring of the system – all for a fixed monthly fee.
Site Guard is specialised at monitoring large outdoor areas using very few cameras, even under poor light conditions.
The system is flexible, can be supplemented with sirens and speakers as required and is easily adjusted as the project progresses and site conditions change.
No false call outs
Our alarm centre verifies all camera alarms and ensures that human activity is the cause. We guarantee that our customers will not receive any false call outs.
”“We analysed everything from dogs to patrolling security guards and realised that the best solution for us was Irisity Site Guard.””Caroline Whitworth Logistics manager, Änglagården SEFA
”“Irisity Site Guard makes it possible for us to take measures immediately an intrusion is detected – much more effective than simply employing security guards!””
Erik Abäck Production manager – logisticsLadda ned fallstudie (PDF)
”“We analysed everything from dogs to patrolling security guards and realised that the best solution for us was Irisity Site Guard.””
Caroline Whitworth Logistics manager, Änglagården SEFALadda ned fallstudie (PDF)
”“The solution has worked splendidly. Our only regret is that we should have had the system from the start – everyone should have it!””
Jan Ericsson Site manager, NCC EkkällanLadda ned fallstudie (PDF)