Security systems are considered one of the most important factors for each commercial property to prevent burglaries and larceny and to ensure safe business. If the burglaries are not prevented, the consequences will be expensive and will significantly damage your business. Security systems prevent robberies and provide safe business processes for the company. Installation of the security systems provides constant monitoring of both the object and the monitoring of your employees, access control, video interphones and alarm systems.
Our goal is to ensure the safety of your employees and your assets with different security systems that satisfy the criteria and best fit your needs. Reduce the risk of burglary and fully devote yourself to business processes.
Video monitoring systems are available in a wired and wireless configuration, and the cameras (as an integral part of the security system) can be used for monitoring in the following situations:
- Hard to see or distant areas of your property
- Remote objects such as garages, workshops, warehouses, etc.
- Entry points (internal and external) like the garage door and the front door
Video surveillance can be accessed remotely on different locations through your computer, mobile phones, and tablets. Mobile solutions are often used as a concept for monitoring, in order to monitor employees, shipping records, recording any security violations including a good look at the burglars and perhaps even the vehicle they drove. Assets with different security systems that satisfy the criteria and best fit your needs. Reduce the risk of burglary and fully devote yourself to business processes.
To secure an object, companies use electronic systems for access control that rely on user-based accounts, card readers, biometric and reports to enable and track access of all employees. They are often used to restrict access to specific premises and protected areas, such as data centers. Some of these systems contain control panels to restrict access to entrances, as well as alarm systems and the possibility of locking to prevent unauthorized access or operation.
Access control systems publish identification of authenticity and entities by evaluation of required login credentials that may include passwords.