Mini cameras for personal safety and security

Hidden home or office cameras are no longer a thing of the past. In our daily lives, there are certainly plenty of situations in which we or our loved ones, our property, our assets, or the confidentiality of our information could be at risk. 

Where do people hide eavesdropping equipment?

Do you like detectives? Then you must have heard of Hercule Poirot, Sherlock Holmes, Commissioner Maigret or Harry Hole, cracking the toughest of crimes like nuts, without GPS trackers or eavesdropping equipment

What equipment do spies use?

Detectives, sleuths, and spies existed even when the world did not yet have secret eavesdropping equipment, GPS trackers, or mini surveillance cameras.

How does a GPS tracker work?

GPS tracking is a very popular term today. It is almost normal for people to be connected to objects, to use GPS to locate their vehicle or to track their route using GPS applications such as Google Maps.

How to find a hidden camera?

Do you feel you are being watched? Trust your intuition, don't ignore it. According to surveys, 58% of respondents said they were concerned about hidden cameras in Airbnb.

How do I choose a recorder?

Edison's phonograph cylinder (invented in the 19th century) was the first reliable recording device that made transcription possible.

How do I choose GPS tracking equipment for my car?

GPS stands for Global Positioning System, which uses geolocation and timing signals from satellites to determine the coordinates of a specific tracked object anywhere in the world, regardless of weather conditions.

Attention — a hidden camera!

Smile, you're on a hidden camera! — that's what the hosts of one TV show used to laughingly say to people in unexpected situations who didn't know they were being watched.

Spies only in films?

Eavesdropping bugs, miniature microphones, and pen-mounted cameras — that's the everyday life of spies in action films.

Eavesdropping equipment only for secret services?

 Today, you don't have to be a detective, a secret agent, or a forensic scientist to use eavesdropping equipment at a distance.