While the Administration, the Congress and the media are consumed with partisan rift over the wall on our southern border and its funding here Virtual Guard, a video monitoring company, came up with its own plan.

“Our plan is simple,” claims Virtual Guard’s president, Owen Dvir. “Raising an electronic wall with strategically placed cameras, all linked to monitoring centers. There, the company’s personnel field alerts, warn intruders via speakers to stay away, and notify border guards if compliance is not achieved. It’s effective, economical, and humane.”

Virtual Guard is a leading developer and integrator of cutting edge technology, combined with experienced security professionals, and designed to cost-effectively prevent intruders from breaching the perimeter of the secured area. The company’s founder and CEO cut his teeth on security matter decades ago when he served in the Israeli Defense Force.

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Raising an electronic wall with strategically placed cameras, all linked to monitoring centers. There, the company’s personnel field alerts, warn intruders via speakers to stay away, and notify border guards if compliance is not achieved.

Virtual Guard President, Owen Dvir

The technology is based, in part, on national systems used by the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and verified by leading national testing laboratories. The system used has been tested rigorously in all seasons and all visual conditions in order to ensure that it is active at all times.

Virtual Guard solutions are currently being used by auto dealerships, hospitals, museums, scrap yards, construction sites, government facilities, warehouses, estate protection, commercial buildings, and industrial or manufacturing sites. National challenges such as the often-discussed protection from on the southern border are next in the company’s ambitions.