5 WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR KIDS WITH A WIFI
By: Wichly Cazeau
Wichly Cazeau is the founder of Tydynics, a site that sells wireless security cameras.
He enjoy reading and teaching Entrepreneurship and Motivation.
Every year we’d be amazed if we came across an article with actual statistics on crimes reported.
The latest report in 2014, was publish last year of 2015
latest crime stats released .
When a child goes missing, it impacts a whole community. In many case, it is likely to affect the
whole country once it reaches the media.
There is a common misconception about when the FBI get involved in a child kidnapping. They
have to be evidence where a victim have crossed state lines, 24 hours have past, or a ransom
demand is giving. All this is false!
Whether the case ends up investigated and prosecuted at the federal level. The Bureau will
always work hand in hand with state and local enforcement agencies. They role is to help
investigate the mysterious disappearance of a child. Recover the child and apprehend the
person or persons responsible. And that role begins as soon as they’re notified.
With many parents working long hours after their children are out of school for the day. It have
never been more important than now to install a Wi-Fi
camera at your home.
Parents will always have this worry about whether their children have made it home on time
safe. And as a parent, your first priority is to keep everyone safe. Children are unpredictable and
are capable of doing just about anything you can think of. From having friends over
unannounced, to drinking, smoking, and dareyou
games. This list can be endless!
There is time where leaving your children home alone may be the only option you have. But,
that doesn’t mean you have no way to make sure they are safe and sound.
Thanks to state of the art technology, you can now keep a close eye on your home no matter
where you are.
Do you know what an IP or Wi-Fi camera is?
An Internet protocol camera, or IP camera, is a type of digital video camera. It’s employed for
surveillance unlike analog closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras. It can send and receive
data via a computer network and the Internet. Although, most cameras that do this are
webcams, the term “IP camera” or “netcams” is apply.
Each IP camera has its own IP address and doesn’t need a cable connection to a PC for
storage or viewing. But, instead images can be view and stored on the camera itself or sent to
the cloud or a hard drive for archiving.
Some IP cameras offer useful automated or remote control functions, including:
* Pan, tilt, zoom functionality
* Motion detection
* Text alerts, FTP Photo
* Smart video analytics
* Ability to integrate with alarm systems
* IR (infrared) Night Vision
Here is what to look for when you’re considering an IP camera…
Find the Best Value in IP Cameras:
Most IP cameras on the market are affordable. The basic models with integral storage and
wireless network compatibility will cost you $50$
- The sophisticated IP cameras with the highest quality video and audio go for $100-$250.
With an IP system, you can add more cameras at a time to take care of your security solutions
To get the best value from your IP camera, compare the following functionalities.
Compatibility: Make sure the software is compatible with the operating system of the device.
Whether you plan on viewing on your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Image Quality: Determine if the image quality is enough for your needs and viewing. An
affordable IP camera offer resolution of 720p and a higher end IP camera rate image quality is
Indoor & Outdoor: Are you installing an IP camera outdoors? If you are, make sure it’s an IR
(infrared) camera that is weatherproof and vandal resistant. Look into a camera that is also
made of metal casing. Decide if your WiFi
network is strong and reliable enough to maintain connection.
Audio: Whether you want a camera for talking with your kids or not make sure to pick a model
that offer two-way audio. Test it for enough volume and clarity of sound.
Attractiveness: Consider the appearance of the camera. Are you looking for a large conspicuous
camera where it’ll sure to deter any intruder? Or do you want to install an inconspicuous camera
perhaps something more of covert?
Alerts: Many surveillance systems offer alerts to your devices, notifying you when they’ve
Motion detection: Most IP cameras have motion detection functionality that activates streaming
or recording. With motion detection, your camera can limit the amount of data that it stream and
Mounting: Many IP camera models come with stands and can be set on a table or counter. For
some areas, you may need brackets to mount cameras on walls, ceilings or outdoor soffits.
So, having an Internet Protocol video surveillance camera, will make visual check-ins
By placing IP cameras around your home strategical, you’ll be able to keep tabs on your
children. So, with only your PC, tablet or smartphone, you’ll be aware of what’s going on from
anywhere at anytime. Whether you’re working late, or your kids are home alone IP cameras can
help you keep an eye on your children.
Here are 5 ways to protect your kids and ensure your kids safety in your absence…
What to consider:
Teach your Child about Strangers:
Talk to your child about strangers! It is important you make your child aware of the dangers of
letting in strangers. No matter how nice a person may be, a child should be careful around
strangers. So, talk to your child about dangerous situations and how to handle them
appropriate. For example, tell your child to never take a ride home if a stranger asks to give him
or her a ride. Setting these ground rules can help your child avoid dangerous situations.
Install a home surveillance System:
Installing a home security system is a great way to secure your property. Security systems will
help keep burglars away. With a few cameras around the house, you’ll be able to record any
activity and receive live feed to your phone. Depend on the security companies you choose,
many offer users access to live feed of their home.
Keep your Neighbors Inform:
It is always important that you get to know your neighbors and they know you. If your neighbor
knows your children are home alone, they will be able to keep an eye out. And, I’m sure they’ll
let you know when something is wrong such as an emergency.
Let your kids know about “911”:
Never let your child feel helpless or alone in an emergency situation. Teach them how to dial
911! As a responsible parent, it is our job to make sure our child understands the importance of
dialing 911. Now you can keep a close eye on your little ones at home and stay up to date
with their activities. There is nothing more important than knowing your kids are safe and sound.
Hidden Backup Key:
Kids will always be kids, and losing keys is quite common. Always make sure your child has an
entry to the house despite losing their keys. You can hide an extra key somewhere around the
house. Or set up an emergency locksmith service, and get a keyless entry system.
The above tips can go a long way in helping you protect your family and give you the peace of
mind you deserve.