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CCTV Systems

CCTV lends itself perfectly to system integration so it can compliment your existing or proposed electronic, and human, security resources. 

IP CCTV solutions and “Megapixel” camera technology open up a whole new dimension for the possibilities of CCTV surveillance. When we design a system that is utilising the tried and tested analogue technology, we ensure that the infrastructure installed for the system will “future proof” the client so that they will be able to upgrade to, and utilise, the new technologies when they wish to do so.

The heart ‚Äčof your CCTV system will be some form of video management system. This may be a simple as a central Digital Video Recorder (DVR) managing all your recordings using motion detection. Or it could be multiple Network Video Recorders (NVR) working or a Server based software platform forming your Video Management System (VMS).

However large or small your system is, we can provide 24 hour remote system monitoring including remote audible warnings when intruders are detected by our central station operators. We can also provide "closed" remote transmission systemsand even access to your CCTV system via your smartphone or tablet device.

Our CCTV systems can also be incorporated into other security networks, including access control, voice entry systems and intruder alarms. For more information, please see our Integrated Systems page.

Contact us now and we will arrange for one of our experienced Systems Surveyors to visit you and provide a no obligation specification and quotation.

Based in South East London, we provide commercial businesses and residential estate managers from across Central London and the Home Counties with the finest bespoke security and fire system design, supply and installation. Many of our clients have Head offices in London, Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Surrey with their systems integrated and networked across both the UK and the rest of Europe to their satellite offices and operational centres.

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