One big problem that faces people and companies that look after huge swathes of land is how they monitor it. There’s the day to day aspect of monitoring what needs to be done to keep the fields in good shape, such as using technology like a robot lawn mower, and the security of the land, which can also be achieved with relatively affordable and commonplace technology.
Surveillance is something that can be done on any budget. If you’re watching over areas with high potential for theft, such as a retail store, you’ll want to invest in the highest possible grade of CCTV, so that you can quickly detect foul play to confront offenders before they leave. It also provides valuable evidence to identify criminals later, and perhaps provide evidence to get a conviction. On the other hand, in our business of land management, crime is still a very real threat, but in a different way. Vehicles can be used illegally on land, destroying any crops in their path. There’s even been cases of arsonists setting light to fields deliberately, or careless use of barbecues getting out of control. Whatever your motivation, this doesn’t need a fortune to be spent. You can buy CCTV kits from local specialists or online retailers like Amazon, but there’s an even simpler solution.
Video baby monitor technology has come on leaps and bounds in recent years, and conveniently operates over wifi. That means you can monitor footage wherever you are on a smartphone, or in some cases record what’s going on to a memory card. This can provide exactly the same advantages in both prevention and providing evidence as more expensive surveillance kits, while at the same time being cheap and easy to install. You can read all about these clever infant monitoring devices on this website, and even find out how to order them for next day delivery.
There’s one additional benefit that any form of video monitoring offers, and that’s peace of mind. The ability to pull out your phone and see that everything’s fine can help you sleep at night, especially when you hear noises. If the worse does happen, it also allows you to be sure of what’s happening and get help from law enforcement, rather than taking the risk of confronting the danger yourself.