Access Control – Access control is a security system that restricts entry points and can be monitored using physical security and/or self-service systems that ensure only authorized people enter the premises. This is done by showcasing identification, cards, keys, or biometric identifiers (such as fingerprints).
CCTV’s – (Closed Circuit Television) Surveillance systems are comprised of cameras, recorders, and monitoring displays.
Drones – Significantly cut patrol time with drones and video monitoring. This is especially helpful for large estates, communities and difficult-to-reach areas. Provides the ability to focus on suspicious activity, zoom in and/or follow action. Review live and collect high-definition video in an operations center.
Online Reports – Monitor all security systems and guard routes in real time with reporting and analytics.
Portable Video Surveillance Units – Provides local and remote control, and the ability to oversee large areas. Thermal cameras and motion sensors can be added for additional monitoring needs.
Remote Video Monitoring/ Virtual Guards – Guards are able gain an in-person view with specific camera placement and monitor the facilities from a remote location.