Access control is a system which enables building managers to control access to areas and resources.
    It is used to control the security of a facility whilst it is operational.

    Using proximity card technology and computer control, the movement of personnel can be automatically controlled
    24 hours a day throughout a single building or networked to control multiple buildings.
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    CCTV is the use of video cameras to transmit signals specific viewing and control location by means of dedicated cabling or the use of a computer network.

    CCTV is primarily used for visual surveillance. It is a very effective tool for combating risk. Cameras work in 'real time' and linked to control mechanisms and recording devices, they reduce risk and manning requirements, whilst appreciably improving general security. More >


    RVM allows premises to be monitored using the CCTV system to allow a central station to monitor activity on site with transmitted video images.

    The advent of high speed internet has allowed the development of video transmitters to provide high quality video images at virtually real time.
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    Integration is the most efficient and practical way of running a busy or large site. We develop multi-disciplinary, flexible solutions that are truly tailored to clients' individual needs.

    The access control, alarm monitoring, CCTV, perimeter protection, gates, barriers, perimeter detection and intercoms are built into a singularly controlled and cohesive system.
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    Door entry systems allow occupants of dwellings to verify the identity of callers prior to allowing them access to communal areas.

    In many apartment blocks video phones are used to add the additional security of being able to see who is calling from a monitor phone from within the apartment.
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    Astec Systems intruder alarms protect a facility from unauthorised entry whilst the building is unoccupied.
    Contacts motion detectors, sensors and seismic devices are employed at strategic locations around the building to detect and indicate where the intrusion is happening. These points can be windows doors, walls, high value areas and sensitive areas.
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    An integrated reception system (IRS) provides broadcast signals from multiple sources (typically terrestrial
    television, FM radio, DAB digital radio and satellite TV) to multiple outlets, via a single aerial cluster and signal

    The most frequent use for such a system is in communal housing blocks, where one aerial cluster can replace many aerials serving individual dwellings (e.g. flats or apartments).
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