- Currently monitoring throughout the United States.
- 24×7 monitoring center.
- Vision’s pro-active approach allows us to see incidents while in progress.
- Technicians contact property mgmt, security dispatch, local police, loved ones, institutions.
- Our technicians are Safety and CPR certified.
- Partnerships with local security guard companies allows for immediate dispatch response and cost savings compared to Police fees.
- Full Investigative work which equates to significant customer time savings.
- All monitoring is conducted via an internet connection.
- Currently 2 monitoring stations with over 22 LCDs.
- Motion Detection – sends immediate alert messages to our technicians.
- Technicians log all details of what is viewed.
- Customized reporting sent to client/customer as needed.
Centralized Vision was established in 2008 by Tami and Tom Vigilante. While serving as an Executive Vice President for Vigilante Security Services (VSS), Tom recognized the need for real-time camera monitoring throughout the industry.
It was clear that companies were making significant investments in surveillance camera systems, however were not utilizing the camera systems effectively or at all. We concluded that after a minimal compatibility inspection of the equipment, we could determine the requirements necessary to begin remote monitoring. From this point all that was left to accomplish was establishing an internet connection into clients DVR systems. Once these simple steps are completed Centralized Vision is able to provide real-time monitoring.
In 2011, we launched our Operator Division. This division was designed to support GPS tracking devices with integrated cell phones. Along with Adiant Solutions, the distributor of the devices, we are supplying customers with cutting edge technology and customized support that is tailored to fit the needs of the individual we are monitoring. The technology is diverse and can be used to monitor anyone, all over the world.
Centralized Vision was created to supply customers with a solution to accentuate the purchase of a camera surveillance system. With safety as our priority, our technicians and operators are online twenty-four-seven and are dedicated to observing your environment. Centralized Vision is committed to balancing a competent, compassionate and professional attitude while maintaining an unmatched standard of excellence.
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- Real time response
- Visual escorts
- Audible Call-outs
- Asset protection with security surveillance
- Motion detection awareness and response
- Connection to police or local security
- Real time gps monitoring and tracking with two way communication
- Personal locator device that works indoors with a fall sensor, geo fencing, and auto calling of emergency contacts
- 24-hour operator support offers personalized caring and support
- Immediate notification
By Tom Vigilante, Jr.
While hot temperatures in the Phoenix area kept most of us indoors during the summer months, some local business owners were unable to keep cool after a number of crimes involving the stripping of air conditioners occurred throughout the Valley.
Recently in Peoria, a band of suspects went on top of a strip mall on Bell Road and removed the parts from 11 air conditioning units. The removal of copper pipes and wiring, backflow vales or anything else with scrap value cost the business owners thousands of dollars in repairs and lost business.
For all of the trouble they caused to others, the criminals received a couple hundred dollars for the metal on the black market.
In 2011 alone, the Phoenix Police Department reported more than 3,000 air conditioning units were dismantled, destroyed or stolen all for their metal – and especially their copper parts. Metal theft has become an epidemic since the economic downturn started in 2008. Law enforcement agencies blame the trend on a combination of the unemployed seeking items to sell for cash and drug addicts looking to finance their next score. Insurance claims arising from metal thefts rose nationwide by 81 percent during the last three years compared with the number of claims filed from 2007-08, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Local law enforcement agencies are doing their best to track down metal theft suspects and bring them to justice. Some agencies have metal theft task forces and have formed alliances with neighboring cities to stake out and deter criminals from disabling air conditioning units.
At Centralized Vision, we are a deterrent to the recent trend of air conditioning and metal thefts by offering real-time video verification services with monitoring by our team of technicians 24 hours a day. Centralized Vision technicians visually monitor our clients’ property in real time and can dispatch security or law enforcement officers to prevent a crime from occurring. Some of our clients even have one-way audio speakers near video cameras on their property so our technicians can speak to the perpetrators and let them know they are under surveillance. If a criminal does leave the property, we can immediately send video and photo images of the suspect to local law enforcement agencies for an immediate response.
Some of our clients include auto dealerships, retail centers, recycling facilities, office buildings and warehouse distribution centers, and they all have seen a decrease in suspicious activity on their properties.
I always hear from our clients about how happy they are in pro-actively investing into our services at Centralized Vision. It’s definitely a more affordable investment than losing thousands of dollars and an interruption of business if your company is a target of metal theft.
Tom Vigilante, Jr. is the President & Founder of Centralized Vision. For more information on real-time video verification services or GPS monitoring, go to centralizedvision.com or call 855-888-8094.
Centralized Vision is a leading company that offers real-time verification services and personal GPS monitoring to provide safety and security for companies and families throughout the world.
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