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Technology & Control Rooms

 Locks, technology & control rooms can help control who can go where and when. These systems integrate with physical barriers to provide delay and detection against a multitude of attackers.

Last Updated 30 March 2021
Guidance Automatic Access Control Systems (AACS) provide detection and audit to limit who can go where.
Information Locks and locking hardware need to provide security against forcible and/or surreptitious attack
Guidance CCTV is one of the main stays of a modern security system. Its primary focus is to act as a verification system for other security measures
Guidance Perimeter Intruder Detection Systems (PIDS) act as a technology force multiplier, they keep a constant watch on a site’s perimeter and offer...
Guidance Intrusion Detections Systems (IDS), are sited within a building and offer out of hours protection when the building or buildings are locked at...
Guidance Security lighting plays an important part of any site’s security regime. Good quality and well planned lighting will assist your guard force
Guidance A tracking system can assist and aid the response force following initial detection of intrusion.
Guidance Advice on the use of active access delay systems which can disorient and delay attackers from entering the site(s)
Guidance A gunshot detection system is typically comprised of one or more sensors (optical and/or acoustic) that accurately and reliably detects live...
Guidance A well-run control room can provide the fundamental principles of Deter, Detect and Delay
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