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Surveillance system controlled by a phone

Some people say that there is no place considered safe anymore because a lot of recorded crimes happen even at home. In order to prevent the skyrocketing number of crimes that could victimize any Filipino household, Green Energy introduces a new technology called MiGuard Security Alarm System, a security system focused on the security and safety of everyone. 

Surveillance system controlled by a phone
From left: MiGuard's Alex Craig Frencillo, Manuel S. Siquian Jr. and Raeyan Basa
The MiGuard Security Alarm System Premium Package consists of different devices designed to prevent crimes. Included in the package are a console, Pan & Tilt HD IP Camera, Motion Detector, Door Sensor, SOS Button, Medical Button, Gas Detector, Water Leak Detector, Smoke Detector, and Remote Controls, which all can be monitored using an app on your mobile phone.

“It is MiGuard’s mission to protect our countrymen. We stand firm by our tagline that ‘We Want You Safe,'” MiGuard President Manuel Syquian Jr. said in a recent press event.

“It is not only your loved ones that we want to protect, we also want to take care of your homes. To safeguard your home from fire and even flood, a problem most of our people face in times of rainy season,” he added. 

Also included in the MiGuard Security Alarm System Premium Package is a Medical Button designed for the elderly ones who are often left at home. 

“We have a 24/7 command center in Quezon City that would respond to the help needed by our subscriber. I am proud to say that we are in partnership with the PNP, Bureau of Fire and Protection and Public Hospitals in the city. We are looking forward to replicating this to other cities in the near future,” Syquian said.

For your inquiries and other questions concerning the product, you may call their hotline number at 717-9806 or visit their website at www.miguard.net

Topics: MiGuard Security Alarm System , Green Energy , ‘We Want You Safe' , Manuel Syquian Jr.
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