When an emergency is detected by a triggering device the signal is passed
via the panel to
the on-site Cerberus Camera.
The camera immediately sends the TRIGGER message to the Cerberus
Server. Video clips are recorded whenever there is movement in
the field of view of the camera. These recordings are sent over
the Internet to the Cerberus Server, which records the event
and stores the video clips for retrieval by the customer. From
the secured Cerberus web application, the customer can view,
save and send both these recorded clips, as well as live videos.
The Cerberus Server starts the notification process by sending an
emergency message, via emails, pages, web ‘push’ messages, and
voice phone calls to the people and devices on the notification
(ie. Key holders).
When a User acknowledges the message, he/she can then view the affected
premise in real-time as well as viewing captured video, on any
wired or wireless Internet device. This gives the user the
ability to confirm that there is a real break-in, or to simply
ignore any non-emergencies.
This is the real difference that
myCerberus technology makes!
Immediately upon verification, the police can be called with a
VERIFIED, IN-PROGRESS Emergency. This kind of verification
will ensure that police will respond at high-priority CODE 3
(lights & sirens). Verification of an emergency is the ONLY way
to get this kind of response.
ARMING AND DISARMING
Arming and disarming of the
system can be done from the keypad, as with any alarm system, or
the included keyfob.
The system can also be accessed via the simple web
application and/or IVR telephone interface from any remote
location. That means that you can control your security system