In our technically advanced society everyone is an easy target of covert electronic surveillance. Some people are at considerably greater risk than others due to a wide variety of reasons and circumstances, including a person’s profession, financial status, or involvement in domestic related situations. Our personnel have conducted thousands of Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) sweeps since 2014 and can identify your risk factors, then eliminate them.
Numerous studies show homes without security systems, when compared to those with professionally monitored systems, are up to three times more likely to be burglarized because burglars are opportunistic by nature and are on the hunt for easy targets.
Different types of buildings are at risk for different types of fires. For example, restaurant fires are often started by kitchen or cooking accidents, although arson is also a relatively common cause of restaurant fires. Fires in boarding and care facilities are most commonly caused by cooking accidents. Fires in apartments and dorms are often caused by smoking materials, electrical and heating appliances, and candles. Many fires can be prevented if hazards are noted and removed during a fire safety inspection. Contact the Safe India Hitech systems safety inspection professionals by calling 9833444836 to schedule an inspection for your building.
Sometimes, firefighters are called to buildings because of a malfunction in the automatic fire alarm system or because the system is triggered by something other than a fire. Since a false alarm, also known as a preventable response, causes such a drain on resources, city fire departments may fine the owners of buildings for these preventable false alarms. These fees are meant to encourage building owners to keep their systems in top working order through regular inspections by a certified inspection service. They also help fire departments increase their resources for responses to actual emergencies.
Many people do not know how to keep their fire sprinklers in top condition so that they may work properly in the event of a fire. It is important to keep decorations, paint, and other objects away from fire sprinklers. Be careful when moving large objects to avoid bumping into fire sprinkler heads or pipes. Additionally, never hang anything from fire sprinklers. Hanging objects, even lightweight ones, can damage sprinklers and cause them to fail during a fire.
This in general is a comparatively difficult decision. Many aspects of the installation must be taken into consideration in order to obtain the correct performance that meets your requirements. A high resolution camera should be considered where greater detail of scene is required. E.g. Colour 460 TVL, Monochrome 570 TVL. Choosing a more sensitive camera will improve reproduction in poorly lit areas. The sensitivity of a camera is indicated by the minimum amount of light in order for the camera to produce a usable picture. e.g. Colour 1.0 Lux at F1.2.
Statistically, alarm systems top the list, but that’s no fun. Home theaters and whole-house music systems generally come in second, followed by lighting controls, energy management and home automation. Home automation is basically the integration of two or more of these “subsystems” as they’re known.
For decades the concept of a smart home existed only in The Jetsons and The Twilight Zone. But the reality of the smart home was conceived as early as the 1930s World’s Fair, when engineers presented their efforts at creating the earliest smart home prototypes – “wired homes.” By the 1990’s, wealthy hobbyists and curious techies were working to make their homes “smart,” but it wasn’t until 1998 and the unveiling of the INTEGER Millennium House, a highly-intelligent model home, that smart home technology really began to catch on. Today, predictions suggest that up to 8 million American homes could be smart by 2017.
With technology developing at today’s rate, it’s almost impossible to tell what smart homes might look like five years from now…or fifty. What’s certain is that eventually, most homes will end up smart. In terms of specific technologies, it’s predicted that video conferencing capabilities will reach new realms in years to come, especially as more people work from home, remotely. In this sense, smart homes will no longer be about controlling your home from the outside world, but about managing the outside world from home.
Access Control System is required to control the access of person in a premises. These access control can be on the bases of time zone, person, department.
Yes, you can use remote control to control the Electromagnetic Lock.
Yes, you can get access logs from these multi door controller. These logs can be exported to eTimeTracklite attendance management software to calculate the attendance of employees. There is a utility that can be used which automatically sync data between the access control software and attendance software.
Managed access control allows the user to keep their focus on their work, not their doors and alarms. Basic access control systems can be purchased and installed by a vendor, or self-installed, but are not supported by a service staff. With managed access control, a company assists you in running everything access control related at your property. A managed access control provider walks you through each step of the process and continues to work with you throughout the life of your system. In addition to the installation and maintenance of your system, managed access control provides programming assistance (activating and de-activating credentials, changing permission levels, hours, etc.) and monitors your doors and office space. Managed services are backed by 24/7/365 live operator support and can be reached at any time. When a situation arises, trained operators follow a specific set of instructions, allowing you to keep your focus on your work, not on your doors and alarms.