What we offer

Our solutions are not restricted to products from a single vendor or platform. Based on the clients requirements, we decide which product are best suited to their needs and design accordingly. We have strategic partnership and domain expertise with most of the well known names in the network and security industry.

Home Security

All home security system work on the same basic principles of security entry points, like doors and windows, as well as interior space containing valuable like art, computers, guns and coin collections. Regardless of the size of the home, or the number of doors and windows or interior rooms a home owner decides to protect.

A typical Home Security system includes;

  • A control panel, which is a primary controller of a home’s security system

  • Door and window sensors

  • A high-decibel siren or alarm

  • A yard sign and window stickers

  • Interior and exterior motion sensors

Sensors and Motion Detection

The main purpose of motion detection is to sense an intruder and send an alert to your control panel,which alerts your monitoring center. Sensors work when you are not home or when you tell the system you are not there.

Motion Sensors stand guard, ready to react to various situations, such as movement in your living room, windows or doors been opened or closed, or a broken window.

Motion Sensors can;

  • Alert you in the event that teen breaks curfew.

  • Trigger a doorbell when someone approaches the front door.

  • Alerts you when your kids or pets enter restricted areas in the home.

  • Save energy by using motion sensor lighting in occupied spaces.

CCTV System

Surveillance plays a huge part in today’s society, and with cameras all around us, our day-to-day lives our experiencing higher levels of security each day.

When it comes to securing your business, there are many different types of CCTV to choose from that will fit your situation or premises.

Different types of CCTV and their features;

The Dome camera is one most commonly used for indoor and outdoor security and surveillance. The shape of the camera makes it difficult for onlookers to tell which way the camera is facing,which is a strong piece of design, deterring criminals by create an air of uncertainty.

Other benefits includes;

-Ease of Installation
-Vandal-resistant features
-IR night vision

Bullet Cameras are long and cylindrical in shape and are ideal for outdoor use.  Their strength lie specifically in applications which require long distance viewing. Installed within protective cases, the cameras are shielded against dust, dirt and other natural elements. The camera can easily be mounted with a mounting bracket, and come fitted with either fixed varifocal lenses depending on the requirements of it’s intended application.

Other benefits includes;

-IR night vision
-Compact size aid installation
-High quality image resolution

Coming with detachable lenses, C-mount cameras allow for simple lens changes to fit different applications. C-mount cameras can cover distances beyond 40 ft thanks to the possibilities to use special lenses with these cameras, whereas standard CCTV can only cover distances of 35-40 ft.

Other benefits includes;

-Can support changes in technologies
-Effective for indoor use
-Bulky size makes them noticeable (which acts as a deterrent)

One of the best 24 hours surveillance cameras around providing airports, seaports and many other critical infrastructures with quality images, no matter what time of the day it is. Infrared cameras have small LEDs surrounding the lens to helping pick up moving figures in pitch black.

Other benefits includes;

-Detect intruders up 250-300 meters away
-Good in low light
-Thermal radiation passes through visual barriers

These cameras share the images across the internet, so CCTV footage can be easily accessed. Network cameras are ideal for both domestic and commercial purposes because you can see what’s going on whilst away from the property.

Other benefits includes;

-Data can be easily accessed
-Ideal for homes and companies
-Less cabling and less maintenance

Wireless Transmission

Without the use of wireless or electronic conductors, information can be transmitted by using electromagnetic waves. The various types of wireless communication includes Radio Broadcast, Infrared, satellite, microwave, and Bluetooth. Mobile phones, GPS, Wi-Fi, and cordless telephones are devices that use wireless transmission to exchange data and information.

The main components of wireless transmission are;

  • Antennas

  • Signal strength

  • Signal degradation

Smoke and Gas Detection

A smoke detector is a device that senses smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial security devices issue a signal to a fire alarm control panel as part of a fire alarm system, while household smoke detectors also known as smoke alarm, generally issue a local audible or visual alarm from the detector itself.

Smoke can be detected either optically (photoelectric) or by physical process (ionization). Ionization detectors are more sensitive to flaming stage of fire than optical detectors, while optical detectors are more sensitive to fires in the early smoldering stage.detectors may use either or both methods.

Sensitive alarms can be used to detect, and thus deter smoking in areas where it is banned.

Intrusion Prevention and Detection

An Intrusion Prevention and Detection System  is a network security/threat prevention technology that examines network traffic flows to detect and prevent vulnerability exploits. Vulnerability exploits usually comes in form of malicious input to a target application or service that attackers use to interrupt or gain control of an application or machine.

The IPS often sits directly behind the firewall and provide a complementary layer of analysis that negatively select for dangerous contents. The IPS is placed inline (in the direct communication path between source and destination), actively analyzing and taking automated actions on all traffic flows that enter the network.

Specifically these actions includes;

-Sending alarm to the administration (as would be seen in an IDS)
-Dropping the malicious packets
-Blocking traffic from the source address
-Resetting the connection

The IDS has a number of detection methods for finding exploits, but Signature based detection and Statistical anormaly-based detection are the two dominant mechanisms.

Signature based detection is based on a dictionary of uniquely identifiable patterns or signatures in the code of each exploits. As an exploit is discovered, its signature is recorded and stored in a continuous growing dictionary of signatures.

Statistical anormaly-based detection takes samples of network traffic at random and compares them to a pre-calculated baseline performance level. When the sample of network traffic activity is outside the parameters of baseline performance, the IPS takes action to handle the situation.

We offer a portfolio of security and personalized services

We are total electronics security experts. We work on the principle that security is not an add-on. Rather, it has to be built in right from the design stage itself.

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