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A security company operates in a highly competitive market, and its activity must comply scrupulously with legal regulations. It must ensure that its staff performs all the tasks entrusted to it while at the same time fostering a relationship of trust and transparency with the client. Controlling all these issues and increasing market share can only be achieved in one way: by relying on technology that provides real-time information on everything that happens within its surveillance radius and that is affordable yet adds value.
Most indoor security is in the hands of private companies. Exclusively or in combination with law enforcement, these companies oversee security at airports, stations, hospitals, concerts, corporate buildings, shopping malls… The latest figures estimate that there are more than 20 million workers employed in private security worldwide.
Indoor and outdoor geolocation for a positive impact on security
At Situm, we are very aware of this and the difference having a state-of-the-art control, monitoring, and auditing system can make. We have been working for many years with some of the world’s leading security companies. Therefore, we know how important it is to offer a technological system with a positive impact on its activity from day one. A system the client perceives as a real advantage and a differential in the selection process.
If you want to know more about the role of indoor geolocation in the management of surveillance in large buildings with indoor and outdoor spaces, request a free download of this whitepaper using the form.
What will you learn?
What differentiating factors do security companies look for not only to stand out from their competitors but also to offer the best service to their customers?
How the indoor geolocation on which Situm’s solutions are based contribute to efficient security in large buildings.