Protecting people and property
At commercial facilities, FutureSentry provides a blanket of security to employees and customers, while guarding against property loss at the same time. Whether providing peace of mind to shoppers in parking garages or keeping thieves from robbing convenience stores, FutureSentry is the most cost-effective option for keeping potential criminals far away.

FutureSentry helps car dealer stay in business
A stolen auto parts gang finds out how FutureSentry prevents crime when they begin to enter a new car lot to quickly grab tires, wheels and other easily removed accessories.
For years, they have made a good living by safely removing $3,000 – $7,000 worth of property in 2 -3 minutes. Even when they trigger spotlights and remote alarms, they are miles down the road before anyone responds.
It is different when they approach a lot guarded by FutureSentry, which identifies and targets them with its LED lights. They are accustomed to motion-activated lights but are surprised when the light follows them as they walk across the lot. They waste precious time when they pause, then decide to split up. But, the FutureSentry follows each thief individually, continually rotating its vision back and forth no matter where in the lot any one of them moves.
They are sure that someone is watching and ready to pounce on them. They rush from the lot and never return.

No one invades by sea with FutureSentry on guard
Pirates are put out of business at a large Florida marina where they had easily slipped in nightly to steal outboard engines, equipment and other valuables from some of the 2,000 boats regularly docked there. Although, the marina is well lit and continually patrolled by a competent security officer, he cannot target unauthorized intruders entering by water. Future Sentry can.
As soon as FutureSentry identifies a suspicious craft and begins to follow it, the patrolman is alerted via his wireless video phone and heads toward the compromised area. At the same time, FutureSentry broadcasts a prerecorded message to the intruders. In every instance, they have retreated before the security officer arrives.