Why Integrate and Automate Your Security & Surveillance Systems?
A smart home or building featuring security and surveillance enhancements will deter intruders, keep family members safe, and ensure your peace of mind for the long term – whether you're home, at the office, or abroad. With an integrated, automated solution by audioDave, you’ll no longer need multiple devices to monitor your home or office – a single, unified control makes managing your devices easy. Automated surveillance makes it easy to monitor the comings and goings of pets and the elderly, too. At work, an integrated surveillance system means you'll be clued into traffic patterns, arrivals, departures, and deliveries. audioDave can help you to customize your control so that security and surveillance devices work in tandem with relevant building elements throughout the home, including door locks, lighting systems, audio technology, and more.
What does aD do?
audioDave’s team installs a tailored network designed to suit the unique parameters of your home or workspace. From there, we add security devices one by one, including motion sensors, videocameras, and alarms. Ultimately, a single control will grant you complete, holistic monitoring of your home or office, inside and out. Whether you’re looking to pair an existing security system – say, with ADT or Lexington Alarm – or you’re investigating a whole new security and surveillance solution built from the ground up, audioDave has what it takes to keep your premises secure.
Tailored controls make it easy to grant remote access to your home or workspace, so that even when you’re far away, you’ll be the one to let visitors, contractors, and employees through the door. Alarm and camera systems allow you to monitor your home or office from anywhere in the world. Plus, you can turn your entire security system on or off with a single click to your smart phone control.
Streamlined automation means you won’t have to think about keeping your home or office safe – your technology will do it automatically. Enable automatic alerts if your security or surveillance systems are triggered. Program your security system to automatically deactivate when you return after a long day at work, and reactivate when you leave again in the morning. Employ automated lighting alongside motion detectors, so that lights go on the minute someone steps onto the premises.