Achieve safety improvements with combinations of structural and electronic security, intelligent video surveillance, lighting and access control, and automated response systems.
By leveraging each technology against others, multiple layers of security can be deployed. These layers of security can communicate and respond to each other, thereby providing real-time threat response. Each proposed technology is flexible, scalable, and extensible so that structures that require more stringent security measures can be “locked down” to a greater degree; security measures for public areas can be managed to allow for public access during hours of use, with sensitive areas accessible to individuals with the proper credentials.
Electronic security is addressed by either replacing existing security systems or installing new modern, robust systems capable of IP communication for remote monitoring, messaging, and management. Programming options allow for lighting control, access gate control, garage door control, emergency contact/notification, event monitoring, and basic levels of automation.
Our security systems are installed and programmed so they can be managed by smart devices locally or remotely, thereby allowing a single operator to monitor activity and alert local security personnel, police, fire and medical teams as needed to respond quickly.
Intelligent video surveillance systems capture unwanted, undesirable, and otherwise threatening activity; provide forensic evidence and a historical archive; and allow for real-time, high definition monitoring. Human object detection at key locations can help to determine whether local security personnel should be deployed. Other analytics are capable of identifying people in unwanted areas, crossing lines of interest, crossing into regions of interest and loitering. Infrared, low-light, license-plate reader, and other specialty devices such as thermal imaging cameras can monitor automobile traffic, unwanted wildlife and human activity, and landmark features. Smart device apps can be installed and configured so on-site security personnel can monitor camera feeds remotely, while on patrol.
Intelligent lighting control systems, along with additional exterior security lighting, enhance safety and security. Lighting control systems interface with and respond to security systems to provide light in sensitive areas, as a response to external stimuli (i.e. outdoor motion sensors, vehicle detection sensors in driveways, etc). Lighting control offers the additional benefits of responding to alarm events, as well as providing automatic lighting for daily operation and in critical areas during emergencies. Lighting control systems are also programmable to adjust interior and exterior lights based on sunrise and sunset time, automatically adjusting for the changes in sunrise and sunset throughout the year. Occupancy sensors can be deployed in locations where lighting is required only when individuals are present.
Access control systems can minimize the ability of unwanted individuals gaining access to sensitive areas. Electronic door strikes and electromagnetic locks can be installed to be controlled by electronic readers located adjacent to the protected point of ingress. Specific types of card, keyfob, code, and fingerprint-based technologies grant varying levels of access to individuals campus-wide.
Automation / Domotics
Proprietary computer and hardware systems enhance the intelligence and responsiveness of these security measures. These systems provide a “whole is greater than the sum of its parts” enhancement through centralized control and monitoring. Remote interfaces can be programmed into smart phones and tablets to provide 24/7/365 control over security systems, lighting control systems, gate access, climate controls, hydraulic bollards, and other security/control measures.