29 April 2019
As it currently stands, many commercial CCTV systems are installed and maintained on your premises. This means that the cameras, alarms, control panels, software and servers are all physically present in various areas of the business. This approach is widely thought to give businesses more control over their CCTV systems and company security. On the surface, it may seem that having all infrastructure on site can help you make the business more secure.
28 March 2018
When most people think about residential security systems, the first things that come to mind are surveillance systems, floodlights, motion detectors, and alarms for use in the outdoor area. However, your home's exterior is not the only place that requires regular monitoring with security systems. You need to install security systems in some rooms in your house as well. Doing so can help beef up security, reduce hazards, and restrict access to specific areas.
23 October 2017
Anytime you are leaving or entering the country, you might have seen drug detection dogs at the airport. These animals are the front line of defence that Australia has against drugs. Given that airports are the main transit route for most drugs, they are the best spot to apprehend anyone breaking the law. However, the drug menace does not exist only at the airport. Participants of this illegal activity often blend into the public, which makes it very hard for them to be detected.
27 February 2017
If you are planning on improving your residential security, you should consider installing a new burglar alarm. This product is designed to prevent and minimise the risk of unauthorised intrusion by burglars, robbers and other unscrupulous people. In simple terms, the alarm is a beneficial module which will augment the security provided by your doors, windows, and locks. There are numerous brands and types of burglar alarm systems in the market, and the level of security provided is not equal.
8 June 2016
Many of today's home security features are driven by technology; this can include locks that you control remotely through an app on your smartphone, as well as security cameras that are triggered when someone comes onto your property. However, what if you're not very computer savvy or don't want to invest in all that technology? There are other ways of adding security to your home, even without owning a computer in the first place.
25 May 2016
If you are looking to incorporate CCTV surveillance into your security system, one of the concerns you will have is eliminating blindspots. A blindspot is an area that is not within the peripheral vision of your security camera. Blindspots tend to be common for a number of reasons. These will range from the vantage point of the camera, the resolution of the camera as well as the illumination available for the camera.
24 May 2016
There are various ways to improve security around the residential premises. The installation of a security screen door is one of the best ways to do this. A good quality security screen door is bound to be costly. Thus, homeowners looking to invest in one such door need to ensure that they get maximum value for their well-spent money. Below are a few things that every homeowner should remember when looking to purchase the best home security screen doors.