Protect your family and home using video surveillance. Peace of mind comes from knowing there are cameras strategically placed inside and outside your home. Best of all, with ADT Safewatch® VideoView® home security camera systems, you can watch video from any room in the house on any connected TV** or dedicated monitor. And when you're on-the-go, keep an eye on your home with remote video security using any web-enabled computer, smart phone, or iPad.
ADT Safewatch® VideoView® helps protect your privacy by using data encryption and security features similar to those utilized for online banking and credit card transactions.
Uses a Remote Server
The web captures video surveillance through strategically located cameras.
Safely See Who is at Your Door
Confirm your family members have arrived home safely.
Monitor Who is in Your Home
Record up to 30 seconds of each triggered event. Saves up to 30 days of continuous activity with a DVR.
Keep an Eye on the Kids
On any connected TV** or dedicated monitor you can keep an eye on the kids from any room in the house.
Watch Over Your Home From Anywhere
Enjoy remote video security. Check in on your home and pets from the office or while you're away from any web-enabled computer, cellphone, iPad or PDA.
Protect Your Property
Receive email alerts at the first sign of trouble.
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ADT Safewatch® VideoView®
Your busy life takes you away from home. With ADT Safewatch® VideoView® home security camera systems, you can keep an eye on what is happening in and around your home whether you're there or away.
To have Safewatch VideoView installed or to have an in-home evaluation, complete the form to the right or call 1-888-283-3698 to speak with an ADT professional representative.
**May not be compatible with certain television models.
Gilles Jones of Lantier, Quebec
A diabetic who lives alone in Quebec, Gilles Jones had a small oven fire that activated his ADT smoke detector. He then passed out from a diabetic shock. Had ADT not alerted first responders, Mr. Jones believes he would not have survived.