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CCTV systems in traditional farming

Traditional farming can be protected by CCTV systems easily with Xeoma software
More and more industries turn to CCTV systems when small and sometimes even family businesses expand and grow really big. So big that it is simply impossible to control by using just human recourses.

And here comes the technology to help even some traditional and natural industry out – CCTV systems in traditional farming.

CCTV systems in traditional farming with Xeoma become more and more common among the farmers. It’s not like it was before, with small and rather compact one-man farms which could be on 150 acres. Sometimes they might have spreads 25 miles wide on different farms.

Xeoma software as part of efficient CCTV systems allows to screen and store all the footage recorded on its cameras through its data center, which gives the clients an access to their systems almost anywhere at any time on a laptop, PC or a mobile device, like a smart phone.

The farming commodity prices grow higher which makes the risk of robbery or any kind of vandalism even more serious and perceptible. Some farmers who also possess their own warehouses and trucks realize that farm CCTV systems is just inevitable for their traditional farming business with the logistics involved.

The more property you have got, the more it costs and produces, the higher are the expenses on its maintenance and security. With the farm industry taking place on scales never seen before, farmers are no longer taking chances with security. But the good thing is CCTV systems in traditional farming are getting more and more affordable, and if just several years ago the cost of a farm video surveillance system would grow with the development and growth of a farm company, it becomes only more affordable each year now. And the bigger a farm is, the more cameras you need in your CCTV systems, the more discounts you get on buying the technical equipment and the software.

Xeoma is one of the most innovative CCTV systems software on market today. But it is also very affordable. You can even use it for free, if your video surveillance system requirements allow it. There are also many different ways to get a license for free.

And, in terms of all these discussions on a privacy question being unfolded online and on the TV, it is necessary to point out that, like it or not, the CCTV systems have become a part of our life, also in traditional farming. You might hate to see our world coming to this, but it is what it is.

16 July 2013