Watch this short video to find out what New Britain’s mayor has to say about her city’s experience with Mammoth Security. Not only did our team of designers and installation experts give City Hall a world-class surveillance and access control makeover, we got the job done on time and under budget.
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Security cameras are the first line of defense against crime. That’s why the security experts at Mammoth Security of New Haven know the ins and outs of surveillance technology and skillfully build camera systems for all types of commercial properties.
Access control systems by Mammoth Security automate the process of entry management. Our access control systems improve operational efficiency while logging entry data and protecting sites from unauthorized individuals.
With structured cabling installed by the experts at Mammoth Security, all of your telecommunications, security, and building management systems can be supported on a fast, reliable, and secure network.
Our installation team in New Haven designs burglar alarm systems that dependably recognize security breaches.
At Mammoth Security in New Haven, our installation crew is serious about fire safety because fire is the deadliest intruder of all.
When you leave your car with the world-class security team at Propark on Sylvan Avenue, your property will be safe from harm. They brought us in to furnish and install a state-of-the-art, AI-supported surveillance system with high-definition cameras and a cutting-edge NVR.
Our crew installed the surveillance system that protects New Haven Awning. With comprehensive footage day and night and an NVR that can recognize both cars and faces, they have no trouble finding security footage when they need it fast.
Our team furnished and configured Project M.O.R.E.’s new NVR system for high-definition digital surveillance storage at the Walter Brooks House. Then we installed four new dome cameras for night vision and wide-angle views.
New Haven is the easternmost major coastal city in Connecticut. Founded in the seventeenth century by Puritans, New Haven boasts one of the first planned city grids in the world. Today, the city is an international center of arts, food culture, and education. It’s world-famous as the home of both Yale University and New Haven-style pizza.
Despite having a whole lot to offer, New Haven is the 36th most dangerous city in the U.S. and the number one most dangerous city in Connecticut. Every year, one in twenty-eight people in New Haven will be the victim of a property crime. Security solutions like cameras, access control locks, intercoms, and intrusion sensors are therefore necessary to deter crime and secure properties throughout the city.
The cameras used in analog surveillance systems produce terrible images--especially of subjects that are distant or moving. After a security breach, when businesses need clear proof of faces, license plates, and other details, the limitations of an analog system are almost always a problem.
At Mammoth Security, we make sure our customers get useful footage from their surveillance installations by only furnishing HD (High Definition) digital cameras. With high-definition, actionable images, our customers have the evidence they need to recognize suspects, recover property, and make New Haven a safer city for everyone.
Many of our New Haven clients first brought us in to correct security installations by unskilled or unconscientious contractors they made the mistake of trusting in the past. The good news is that our modular system components help our customers to save money by letting us incorporate materials from their previous installations.
What’s more, by using modular security technologies, we’re able to future-proof our installations for easy scaling, adjustments, and system integrations. Integrated security systems provide layered protection and improved situational awareness by sharing data between devices.
With a security installation by the experts at Mammoth Security, you can monitor your site remotely. Our IP (Internet Protocol) cameras, alarms, and access control devices connect with mobile apps that let users view and manage their security in real time from anywhere in the world.