Long Range Surveillance
Long range surveillance equipment can recognize a face from more than 75 feet away. Similar to the human eye, long range surveillance cameras can detect movement at great distances and are able to roughly discern an item’s shape and color from afar. Long range surveillance is incredibly useful when monitoring access to barns, sheds, and gates.
Beyond Farm Security
Whether you’re preventing theft or keeping an eye on irrigation, you can rely on our surveillance equipment to enhance your farm’s operations. Valorence works directly with law enforcement agencies to provide high-quality surveillance equipment and support for critical security operations. We provide the same quality surveillance equipment and technical support for our clients in the private sector. Contact Valorence for more information about how our surveillance equipment can improve your farm’s security.
“Valorence is their for their clients/customers. On more than one occasion we have has the experience to contact their support line and have had our issues dealt with immediately and in a professional manner. They go above and beyond to make sure that any issues are fixed and that you are satisfied with the outcome. They also want to find out what improvements they can make to their products from the customer/user and are willing to take those suggestions and custom build a platform to your specifications.”
“We requested a 360 degree camera solution that was reasonably priced but met all of our needs. Valorence worked with us very closely and designed a custom, compact and very well thought out camera system that exceeded our expectations. The quality and workmanship is second to none.”
“Valorence has gone above and beyond time and time again! I have worked with a lot of companies and vendors and I can tell you now its not just me, its also our IT department that loves them just as much because Covert Law Enforcement always fix the issues we run into. When other vendors don’t support their product or they simply referred us to our own IT department.”