• Michelle Ellis

Protect family members with Spy cameras

The Dorset Police and crime commissioner has called for family members to install spy cameras in the homes of those vulnerable family members to find out whats going on behind closed doors. According to a recent Bournemouth Echo newspaper article, the elderly are targets of fraud and abuse.

These days Smart Home Security camera systems connected to the internet can be discretely installed, transmit audio to site and controlled or monitored remotely via a smart device. This means, if you have an Elderly family member who is living independently or in a home, you can check in 'live' time or playback video footage and receive a notification if an alarm is triggered.

Smart security systems are affordable, easy to use and are part of the ever growing system of IoT. You can integrate a range of automated household gadgets and devices into the Smart system. Life safety devices will help you protect Elderly family members. Using one app to control all devices you choose to install you find you can depend on notifications sent to the app by the intruder alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, personal alarm, spy cameras in doorbells or many other systems that use z-waves to look after your loved ones.

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