Access Control Systems



The term access control refers to the practice of restricting entrance to a property, a building, or a room to authorized persons. Physical access control can be achieved by a human (a guard, bouncer, or receptionist), through mechanical means such as locks and keys, or through technological means such as access control systems like the mantrap. Within these environments, physical key management may also be employed as a means of further managing and monitoring access to mechanically keyed areas or access to certain small asset

It’s a security concept that applies to a wide range of industries, including schools, large corporate campuses, financial institutions, government facilities, hospitals, and countless others.

Today’s access control systems often incorporate special ID badges featuring smart card or proximity card technology. When the cards are waved in front of an electronic reader, access is granted. With a card-based access control system in place, it’s much easier to prevent intruders from roaming freely throughout the premises. It’s allows you to know exactly who is in the building at all times, which is the primary goal of an access control system.

Camera System

You can run up to 64 Security Cameras with built in motion detection with a Security Camera System. Surveillance video is digitally stored on hard drives and can be networked to work alongside computers. Business owners can even survey their business premises from anywhere in the world via internet. Although surveillance technology is becoming more sophisticated, we pride ourselves on making the interface simple and reliable. Whether you’re away from your business while travelling across the world or simply in a different room, you can always keep an eye on your business no matter what.

Surveillance Cameras

Quality installation of surveillance cameras and video compression is an essential part of the effective recording and saving of security camera footage. Similarly, video compression is a significant part of surveillance because of its ability to compress files, which maximizes your hard drive space so that you can store more videos for longer periods of time before your hard drive is full. As such, the function of your security system and security cameras all originates with a quality installation. Thus, in order to achieve the monitoring results you desire, you must hire a company that understands the basic fundamentals of surveillance rollouts—and doing this will ensure that your systems operate as smoothly as possible.

Commercial Security Cameras

HD Camera Systems · HD IP Camera Systems · Analog Camera Systems

Residential Security Cameras

Secure your home against against break-ins and theft with our home surveillance systems.

Security Camera Repair Service

We repair and upgrade a wide variety of surveillance DVRs and security cameras.