Elements of a Well Secured Area

There are three common types of installations that will help dramatically improve the security of a business

  1. CCTV Security Cameras

Camera systems are a fantastic deterrent to thieves and provide peace of mind for management when it comes to unattended stock or high-value equipment. CCTV cameras can be mounted in a wide range of locations in both prominent positions as a deterrent, or inconspicuously to capture footage covertly. We install the highest quality camera systems that have a wide range of modern features, have fantastic resolution and provide an indisputable record of events when things do go wrong.

  1. Access Control Systems

Knowing and controlling the locations of people around your premises is critical, especially given current strict health and safety requirements. Access control systems are a sitewide security solution and can utilise access cards, biometric finger readers, or keypads to make sure personnel only get where they need to be. These systems are very modular and can be installed in the smallest of storerooms or the largest of manufacturing facilities, down to your requirements.

  1. Automated Barriers, Gates and Turnstiles

Being able to control the movement of vehicles and personnel outdoors is critical. Nothing will compare to a gate when it comes to stopping entry to your premises. There are several solutions to this, including automated sliding or swing gates. Turnstiles are a fantastic solution for controlling people moving through an access point, and barrier arms work very well as a lower cost and fast solution to vehicle movement control.

Each of the above components can be seamlessly integrated to provide a comprehensive security solution for your business.



Security System Components

Most systems will have a combination of components around an area, all linked together to make building access seamless.

Access Cards

These are the most cost-effective and convenient way to secure your Auckland business. With a range of programmable functions, these can be combined with a standard ID card, and simply printed over the top. Access cards can be enabled and disabled remotely and don’t need an internal battery, so they are durable and can operate for years without any need for maintenance.

Card Readers

Generally positioned around doors and accessways, these emit a signal that reads access cards presented to them. Modern security standards ensure these cards cannot be easily duplicated and are a reliable way to control who can get in and out of your doors.

Control Panel

The control panel of an access control system is usually positioned centrally and sends commands to and from door readers, and records the movements of people from those readers.