You are being watched.
This will now be the case when motorists and pedestrians traverse the always-busy highway as the Concha Cruz Drive Homeowners’ Association, Inc. last week launched its Wireless CCTV Project.
Installed near the corner of Concha Cruz and Elizalde streets, the CCTVs can monitor movement of the road up to J.P. Laurel St.
According to CCDHAI president Grace Morales, this is just phase one of the said project, adding that they are targeting to have more CCTVs installed until the part of Alabang-Zapote Road.
In the ribbon-cutting/launch of the CCTV project, it was revealed that eight cameras has been initialy installed.
“Anybody can monitor the cameras if the app is downloaded on their devices,” said Morales in an interview with Alabang Bulletin this week.
All homeowners have to do is contact Morales so she can coordinate with the CCTV technician to grant certain villagers access to the CCTVs.
If they see something suspicious or out of line from their phones, the mobile app gives residents the ability to call their houses, the homeowners association, BFFHAI security or the police.
Concha Cruz is a key thoroughfare inside BF as it is one of the major roads used to get inside the village — both by residents and non-residents.
The homeowners can also request for footages if needed.
Present during the launch were representatives from City Hall, BFFHAI, CCDHAI officials and some residents.
“You can view it even if you’re abroad just as long as you have wifi or data connection,” expressed Morales.
Their security guards will also be monitoring the CCTVs from time to time, she noted.
Good job, CCDHAI.
Hopefully other enclaves and subdivisions will follow so that criminals will be more afraid and wary to victimize households what with them being monitored.