CCTV AND ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
We also deal in CCTV and Access Control Systems. Security is fundamentally important across all walks of life to ensure the overall safety and possessions of all individuals are comprehensively protected. Commercial and residential properties are constructed to provide homeowners and companies with adequate protection against adverse weather conditions.
- Prevent Crime
- Prevent Employee Theft
- Be a useful piece of evidence
- Help law enforcement solve crime
- Keep an eye on things
- Monitoring high-risk area
- Increase customer’s confidence
We all find ourselves surrounded with security related anxiety in today’s world. Your concern for the safety for your employees, sensitive areas of your facility and company assets is taken very seriously when consulting, designing, installing and activating your integrated CCTV Security and Access Control Network. If you want to combine these with your Alarm and Fire Systems we are certified for that as well. The full integration of all of these systems is a large step toward assuring your company has a safe and secure location to carry out the purpose of your business.
Some planning points may be:
- Remote Monitoring
- Playback and Door Control
- Email and Text Alerts
- Multi-level Authorization
- Event Triggered Recording
- Full System Integration
Managing the risk of a catastrophic event at your building or campus can be done with effective security measures. If you are considering updating the safety of your commercial facility, we would like to offer our expert advice to you.
We develop the turnkey projects and customization of security solutions to protect your company and facilities. We offer Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) surveillance systems that are designed to meet two objectives: monitoring and documenting events.
Pairing CCTV Access Control Systems- how does it work?
The purpose of access control is to prevent intruders from entering a building or specific rooms. Meanwhile, CCTV offers around the clock surveillance to visually identify security threats. It’s not hard to imagine how the two can converge to offer a better level of security.
In the past these have been separate, each with their own management system. Now they can integrate in a number of ways, depending on whether you use proprietary or non-proprietary hardware.
What do we mean by this? With proprietary hardware you are locked into that manufacturer’s ecosystem. However, non-proprietary hardware can pair with solutions offered by other manufacturers. This enables wider integration opportunities which tends to be more cost-effective.
Firstly, you can pair IP cameras with access points to record when people are entering or leaving. This produces a timestamp that can then be cross-referenced with the access control credentials used at that time. Reviewing the access events list, you can click on the event and see 10 seconds of linked footage.
This is a simple method of integration that could benefit your existing security system. In the event of a breach, security managers can easily view who used the associated access point.
But how does this work in practice? Let’s illustrate using some quick examples.
Let’s say you have an access control system that has not been integrated with CCTV. It will rely solely on security credentials in order to grant or deny access to a building. These credentials will vary from older tech like keypads, key fobs and keycards, to more advanced contactless solutions. These include mobile credentials and even the use of biometrics.
In the event of a door being forced or left open, a trigger will be alarmed. If your access control system uses keycards, there’s a chance intruders may enter your building via a lost, stolen, or replicated card. Operating on its own, an older access control system won’t trigger an alarm or mark their entry into the building as a security breach.
However, if you were to pair your CCTV and access control systems, you can improve your security to be more proactive. For example, you can program CCTV to record when someone attempts to gain access via a control point. IP CCTV cameras with advanced video analytics can determine whether the credentials a person provides matches the person being recorded. You can set up the system to trigger an alarm in the event that an unauthorised person is using someone else’s credentials.
Even in this one scenario, the benefits of pairing access control with CCTV are clear. Using older systems, you need to manually review events lists and CCTV video streams. This is an ineffective, reactive strategy. Meanwhile, integration allows you to be smarter and more efficient. You can combat security threats automatically, saving time and resources.
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