Sonitrol help Police apprehend suspect after breaking into a warehouse near Syracuse, NY

December 28, 2016
 
Author: Julie Beach - Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Sonitrol Brand
 
One recent Saturday night, a Sonitrol operator received an overhead door alarm followed by an audio alarm indicating sounds of movement inside a warehouse in a town outside of Syracuse, NY.  One minute later, a long range passive infrared sensor (PIR) was also activated.  The operator acted quickly by contacting both the Colonie Police Department and the site manager explaining that he had a verified alarm.  Police quickly arrived on the scene, confirmed a break-in was in progress, and apprehended the suspect.   
 
Traditional security systems are limited by the size and layout of a warehouse or distribution center. Even with multiple motion sensors to protect each door, aisle or row of goods, vulnerabilities still exist in the ceilings and walls—increasingly popular entry points for would-be thieves.  Using our unique verified audio detection technology, strategically placed audio sensors provide floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall coverage—ideal for distribution centers of any size.  Sonitrol has solutions specifically tailored to meet the needs of warehouses and distribution centers. Using our patented audio detection process, dispatches for false alarms are reduced and criminal apprehensions are increased.
 
Pictured: Sonitrol’s unique audio verified audio detection technology is an ideal fit for the size and layout of warehouses and distribution centers
 
Pictured: Sonitrol’s intrusion alarm solution is sound-based and can cover 5,000 square feet, ideal for distribution centers and warehouses of any size.
 
Pictured: Sonitrol secures more area than a traditional motion based alarm system.  Using volumetric audio technology allows Sonitrol to offer wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling coverage.
 

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Author: Julie Beach - Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Sonitrol Brand