Deep Sentinel Real Time Human Monitoring 24/7 Fast-Response Security Launched

A new home security system with real-time verification and fast police response has been launched. Deep Sentinel protects homes through cutting edge technology.

New York, United States - March 26, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A new home security system and protection service has been launched, called Deep Sentinel, providing real human guards watching cameras in real time. This ensures a higher level of protection and helps to prevent home intrusion, trespassing, thefts, vandalism and more.

For more information please visit the website here: https://homesecurityfocus.com

The newly launched home security system works through a combination of cutting edge technology and processes. Initially, cameras detect motion and stream within seconds to a local AI to detect potential threats.

Live guards watch every time a person enters or exits the home instantly. This provides reliable verification and can ensure a faster response when an incident occurs.

Guards can engage potential criminals with two-way audio and contact police within seconds rather than minutes.

Further to this, the AI system is always learning because it processes 50+ images per second. This helps to ensure a faster, more seamless process and get the best results.

Research shows that about 60% of burglars will avoid houses with a security system visible. However, that still leaves 40% who are willing to take the chance.

When burglary incidents occur, the most important factor in preventing them or catching the criminals is response time. That’s where many security systems fail, but it’s where Deep Sentinel excels.

The problem for police is that over 90% of incidents are false alarms. At that rate, it’s impossible for them to respond to every situation.

However, with Deep Sentinel, cases can be confirmed quickly and effortlessly. Then, once it’s clear a crime is taking place, fast response can be initiated.

Deep Sentinel means real time steps to engage, deter and alert police as the situation is unfolding.

A recent customer said: “The guard de-escalating the situation before calling the cops was exactly what I had wanted out of a security system. I was in a meeting while my wife was scared for the safety of our kids, and Deep Sentinel deescalated the situation so effortlessly.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above.

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Website: https://homesecurityfocus.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88951101

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