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ADT

As the largest security integrator in the world, ADT is SAFETY Act certified and designated by the Department of Homeland Security. Continuing with a history of innovation, ADT launched SelectSM View, a suite of managed security video solutions designed to help businesses increase security while potentially decreasing losses and lowering expenditures.

Security surveillance video is monitored remotely by specially trained security professionals based at ADT's UL-Certified Customer Monitoring Center, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ADT has broad-based experience monitoring Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, global logistics companies, schools and colleges, petrochemical and energy companies, airports and major retailers.

Our Website: http://www.adtselectview.com


Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions in a Financial Services Environment

by ADTApr 01, 2011

As a top 10 financial institution with far flung operations and thousands of employees, this bank needed to increase the level of security for managers at opening/closing, improve access control, and reduce false alarm fines. Rather than build, oversee and maintain a monitoring center internally, they turned to a managed video solution and deployed:

? Video guard tours: Regularly scheduled visual sweeps ensure proper security postures are being maintained at all times.

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Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions in the Petrochemical Industry

by ADTApr 01, 2011

A leading commercial-use gas company, this business needed a cost-effective way to increase perimeter security and intrusion detection at one of their sites, in order to meet FDA compliance requirements. Managed video solutions were deployed and included:

? Video verification: Specially trained operators monitor video and can notify local law enforcement upon verification of suspicious activity or an actual break-in.

? The system also captures video footage of actual


Whitepaper: 4 Often Overlooked Benefits of Managed Video Services

by ADTApr 01, 2011

Traditionally, a company that implemented surveillance video had to identify, purchase and install the hardware, maintain the software (including upgrades), and set up and manage the storage of the video data itself. The company also had to establish protocols for monitoring, the review of tapes, access, etc. Managed video services have now changed that business landscape and have helped:

? Improve business practices while enhancing/streamlining security measures

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Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions in the Transportation Industry

by ADTApr 01, 2011

Responsible for transporting millions of students a day, this diversified transportation company maintains a fleet of several thousand school buses stored in multiple bus yards. Despite fencing and live security guards, buses were subjected to costly vandalism and theft, with estimated losses of $50,000 per incident. By installing and deploying a managed video solution they were able to virtually eliminate the problem. Solutions included:

? Video guard tours: Regularly scheduled


Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions in the Government Sector

by ADTApr 01, 2011

In order to receive approval for a U.S. government contract, a defense contractor had to provide security coverage in an unsecured portion of their multi-tenant facility. In addition, UL Standard 2050 mandated a fifteen-minute security response time, but since the current guard service was managed from an off-site location, this could not be guaranteed. The contractor turned to a managed video security solution which included:

? Video guard tours: Regularly scheduled visual sweeps in


Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions Reduced Vandalism and Security Costs for a School Bus Company

by ADTApr 01, 2011

Responsible for transporting millions of students a day, this diversified transportation company maintains a fleet of several thousand school buses stored in multiple bus yards. Despite fencing and live security guards, buses were subjected to costly vandalism and theft, with estimated losses of $50,000 per incident. By installing and deploying a managed video solution they were able to virtually eliminate the problem. Solutions included:

? Video guard tours: Regularly scheduled


Whitepaper: The ROI of Managed Video Services: Reduced Costs and Improved Security

by ADTApr 01, 2011

Savvy users of video surveillance technology are allowing security teams to do more with less, resulting in a rapid and demonstrable Return-On-Investment (ROI). Now with technology advances including better cameras, analytics, and IP protocols, the proactive capabilities of video surveillance are opening up, providing the opportunity to decrease costs through remote monitoring and managed services. For example:

? The increasingly popular approach of software as a service (SaaS), or


Whitepaper: Managed Video Solutions in a Retail Environment

by ADTApr 01, 2011

Retail stores are the biggest target for thieves, so there are a host of resources spent against loss prevention. Whether protecting themselves from customer or employee "shrinkage," retailers are constantly seeking cost-effective security solutions. In this case study, a high-end jewelry manufacturer/retailer deployed managed video services to provide dependable security coverage which included:

? Video escorts: To protect employees during transitions including opening/closing


Whitepaper: 7 Trends in Video Security

by ADTApr 01, 2011

In order to meet the regulatory and security compliance mandates of CFATS, OSHA, and other agencies, businesses are demanding more and more of their video surveillance technology investment. As the technology improves and images become crisper, seven trends are emerging that security experts believe will grow in strength over the coming year. They include:

? The ability to reduce the cost of false alarms and compliance

? A favorable ROI on remote guarding

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Whitepaper: Overview of Mobile Communications

by ADTJan 01, 2008

The key attribute of cellular telephony is mobility - the subscriber can be on the move while communication is taking place. Mobility is extended to include the ability to ""Roam"" from coverage area to coverage area. Every registered user has a profile stored in a Home Location Register (HLR) located within the mobile switch in their home MTSO. As the user roams, the cellular phone notifies the roaming location’s network what its ID and telephone number are. The mobile switch in the