As crime rates continue to grow across the globe, one of the more popular security technologies these days is wireless surveillance. Any technology that makes it easier for us to monitor whatever we deem to be valuable, without having to sit down at a huge control panel, gains some popularity these days. Uniden is one company that has recently jumped into the wireless surveillance market with their new Uniden (News - Alert) Guardian package.
An Australian home is broken into every 90 seconds. Uniden’s Australian headquarters is therefore a perfect resource for homeowners in need of additional surveillance. The Uniden Guardian is actually the country’s first “plug and play” wireless security surveillance program, and video surveillance recorded on the system can be viewed using either a special iOS or Android (News - Alert) application.
The package contains two outdoor, weather-proof 7-inch cameras that can be installed wherever users feel they need monitoring on their property. These cameras feed back to a tablet style viewing panel and the package also comes with a portable interior camera that can be placed in any room of the house for added security.
The Guardian’s system also connects to the iOS or Android application using a regular internet connection. This connection means people can monitor their home from their work, or when they go on vacation.
Connect your iPhone (News - Alert) using a 3G connection and you will literally never lose the ability to monitor the cameras wherever you are. The smartphone applications even allow you to take photos of the screen you are viewing, making it even easier to report an intruder from hundreds of miles away, in an instant.
The system takes every security precaution it can, offering the latest in FHSS technology to keep hackers from breaking into video feeds. The system also uses an SD card as the technology it will record onto. There are no clunky tapes to comb through and users can play back the video on an array of devices. The Uniden Guardian costs anywhere between $449 and $549, depending on the number of cameras requested.
Edited by Braden Becker