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Monitoring Package Deliveries to your Doorstep & Reduce Theft

A classic use case for video or photo surveillance at home is to monitor all those deliveries to your front door from FedEx, UPS, USPS etc. With Internet e-commerce flying high led by Amazon,  package deliveries have skyrocketed over the last few years.

You can use Gotya to get notified immediately when your online purchases are delivered. A major benefit is that you (or someone you trust) can immediately retrieve the package from your doorstep before it can be stolen by a thief.

Here are a couple of delivery sequences captured by Gotya. The Gotya Cloud Service can notify the user via email, audio, and picture alert as soon as the package is delivered, and stores the picture in the Gotya cloud with date and time stamp.

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Pic #1 of 4 of FedEx Delivery Captured by Gotya

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Pic #2 of 4 of FedEx Delivery Captured by Gotya

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Pic #3 of 4 of FedEx Delivery Captured by Gotya

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Pic #4 of 4 of FedEx Delivery Captured by Gotya

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Package Delivery 1 of 3 Captured by Gotya

 

Package Delivery #2 2 of 3

Package Delivery 2 of 3 Captured by Gotya

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Package Delivery 3 of 3 Captured by Gotya

 

As a parting thought, sometimes delivery personnel don’t treat your packages very nicely. So in addition to informing you of when a package has been delivered, surveillance can also show you how it was delivered. So if you receive damaged or non-functional goods, you’ll have the evidence to support your case for a replacement.

When a delivery man throws your hard drive like a bowling ball

 

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