Your Auction Tampa Bay gives dealers access to the best cars at the best price, accelerating their business with affordable solutions and convenient service. This mirrors the partnership Your Auction enjoys with Surveillance Technology, Inc. (STI). STI recently helped Your Auction upgrade their existing video camera security system in St. Pete and added additional cameras, bringing their surveillance technology and capabilities current with the latest trends in the industry.
In addition to replacing Your Auction’s existing surveillance system with new 5 Megapixel cameras, Surveillance Technology added three new Ultra HD 16-channel DVRs. Additionally, one of the DVR’s is equipped with 16 channels of full audio recording. Unless you’re at a silent auction, you know the importance of what’s said in the room by the auctioneer and every bidder – details about the vehicle and the bids themselves. This new audio capability gives participants the comfort of knowing that all parties are accountable in transactions at Your Auction. All 9 auction lanes were equipped with 5 megapixel cameras, adding the same accountability regarding vehicle condition.
Your Auction occupies a large property in Tampa Bay. Covering such an expansive business requires coverage from many angles with multiple ranges, not to mention 6,000 feet of cable. In addition to the impressive auction lane setup, tight views of customer interaction areas and trailer loading zones were achieved with 5 megapixel cameras. Elsewhere, 5 megapixel camera with motorized autofocus 2.7-13mm varifocal lenses offer broad views of the car lots, while long range views of the property perimeter retain spectacular detail through the use of 5 – 60mm motorized autofocus 2.4 megapixel cameras.
Surveillance Technology, Inc. has offered Tampa Bay businesses the surveillance solutions they need for over 45 years. With their equipment and expertise, Your Auction now has an effective array of audio and video recordkeeping devices, with 48 cameras aimed squarely at protecting both buyers and sellers. They’ve got eyes and ears on the cars, the bids and everyone participating in all stages of the auction process. All it’s missing is the new car smell.