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What is an Intrusion detection system (IDS)?

Intrusion detection systems (IDS) detect physical security threats entering into restricted area and include video surveillance, doorstop, motion detectors, and glass break sensors. They often include or are paired with a physical security intrusion prevention solution, such as a door entry system with lockdown capabilities.


What is the function of IDS? 

The function of an IDS is to protect physical spaces from unauthorized access. An IDS can be deployed to a physical perimeter, where it is integrated with other security measures, such as video security and access control, as part of a layered approach to the broader security system. This is commonly known as a perimeter intrusion detection system (PIDS).

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You have CCTV Cameras, So Why Should You Use an Intrusion Detection System?

CCTV cameras record and monitor your property around the clock, ensuring full security coverage.

Intrusion Detection System goes a step further by ensuring your house is fully secure with all of the components of IDS. With our IDS. you are able to see and talk to the person on the other side before calling the authorities


Traditional Intrusion Detection System has the components of keypad , strobe light , panic key, wireless PIR, Magnetic switch.etc. 


Let us help you act faster and more efficiently to potential threats. 

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Managing a large number of CCTV Cameras is tough, and keeping track of incidents requires a lot of manpower. With Intrusion detection system , we are able to contact authorities immedIately if you need it.

Such includes:

  • Wireless PIR

  • Strobe light 

  • CAMS

  • Panic key 


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Intrusion Detection System Used in Security and Surveillance

Intrusion Detection System detects unusual activities and it captures attention from the public eye. 

 types of ids that is used in houses , offices , hospitals
  • wired alarm 

  • wireless alarm

  • audible alarm

  • glass-break detectors 

  • motion dectors

  • door contacts 

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We understand there are many options available, and that can be confusing.

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Industry Application of Intrusion Detection System

Used in both private and public sectors, the systems enabled the Intrusion Prevention System before harm is caused, and identify the culprit after the damage has been caused.

With Intrusion Prevention system coupled with an Intrusion Detection system, IDS has the capability to cover the following.

Intrusion Detection System  - School Application

  • Potential weapon 

  • Perimeter protection

  • Loitering

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Intrusion Detection system - Retail Application

  • Loitering 

  • Arming away from the mall 

  • Panic key 

  • Quick exit 

Real-world example

The Dressing Room is a clothing retailer that uses IDS to automatically arm  the store when its closing time to prevent intruders from entering.

This IDS saved them time and is ensured that even with intruders , it will be able to capture peoples attention. 

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  • How Much Does it Cost to Install CCTV Cameras in Singapore?
    Costs for CCTV installation in Singapore might vary as several factors determine the final price. They are as follows. The Number of Cameras CCTV Camera Resolution CCTV Camera Type CCTV Camera Design CCTV Video Recorder Type Generally, the cost for a home installation ranges from $500 for the most basic arrangements to $2,500 for more intricate and complete systems. CCTV contractors in Singapore often include installation service charges and warranty fees in these prices. However, keep in mind that the more features a CCTV system has, the higher the final offering. Furthermore, the pricing for business and workplace CCTV camera systems can vary greatly from that of a home installation. It is important to determine your specific requirements to properly tailor the CCTV system to your available budget.
  • Can I Install CCTV Outside My House in Singapore?
    You cannot install CCTVs in Singapore if they face someone else’s property or a public place without a permit from the relevant authorities. You should also never install cameras that are directed towards government property. Therefore, depending on your type of residence, there are several authorities from whom you should seek approval to install CCTV cameras outside your house in Singapore. HDB Unit If you live in an HDB unit, you should obtain special authorisation from your town council or HDB before installing CCTV cameras outside your home. This is mainly owing to town council by-laws governing the common areas of HDB flats. Condominium The installation of CCTV cameras outside condos is regulated by Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST) rules and your estate by-laws. Landed Property As you own the land, you can install CCTV cameras on your landed property without seeking permission from the government. However, the cameras should not be placed in a way that violates the privacy of your neighbour.
  • How to Apply for CCTV Installation in HDB?
    As a resident of an HDB unit, you must complete the following steps to receive town council approval to install CCTVs in Singapore. 1. First, lodge a police report detailing the misdeeds of your neighbours or other individuals against whom you wish to deploy CCTV cameras. This step is crucial as the town council will only grant your request if it is supported by a police report. 2. After you file the complaint, send an email to the town council of your HDB state requesting permission to install a CCTV camera, along with a copy of the police report. The approval process could take up to two weeks, and the outcome will be communicated via email. 3. Once you receive the authorisation, you can proceed with purchasing and installing CCTV cameras. Keep in mind that the camera must not face your neighbour’s door or window, and this CCTV installation is only valid for six months. Once the request has expired, you must resubmit it or remove the cameras.
  • Is CCTV with Audio Legal in Singapore?
    It is illegal to install voice-recording CCTVs in Singapore without the permission of relevant authorities. This is mainly owing to the fact that recording conversations without the consent of the parties involved is prohibited. When it comes to business, if you install CCTV cameras with audio recordings on your premises, you must notify the public. You have to clearly express to the customers that they are under both video and audio surveillance. Even on private property, a permit is required to install a voice-recording CCTV system. While installing CCTV cameras for your personal safety is crucial, you must also ensure that you do not infringe on the privacy of others.
  • What are the Regulations for CCTV in Singapore?
    When it comes to CCTV installation in Singapore, there are several rules and regulations that you must follow as a citizen. You do not need permission to install CCTV cameras inside your home, office, store or shop as long as the cameras face inward. However, if you intend to install them outside of your home or business, you must first obtain the required authorisation or permit. Furthermore, when installing CCTV camera solutions in your business or workplace to monitor employees, you should notify the staff using visible stickers. Failure to inform your employees and customers about the cameras on your premises may result in a violation of the law. There are also several private spaces, such as washrooms and changing rooms, where installing cameras is prohibited.
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  • What Type of Surveillance Is CCTV Used in?
    CCTV is a tool used in overt surveillance, which is a technique that employs visible and identifiable technical devices for surveillance. When it comes to information collection methods, it is often classified under electronic or biometric surveillance methods. CCTV surveillance systems are extensively used in a variety of applications. They are as follows: Maintain perimeter security in medium-to-high-security zones and installations. Observing the conduct of inmates in prison and potentially dangerous patients in medical facilities. Traffic surveillance. Monitoring potentially hazardous locations for humans, such as highly radioactive or toxic industrial sites. Building and grounds security. Creating a visual record of operations in settings where security or access restrictions are required, such as banks and airports. Keeping an eye on high-crime neighbourhoods or communities.
  • How Does a CCTV Surveillance System Work?
    While each CCTV surveillance system is unique and depends on the components installed, the general approach is the same. The system, comprising cameras, displays, and video management software, can be scaled up and down in size based on the area being monitored. Initially, the camera takes photos of the monitoring area in a continuous sequence. Next, depending on the system type, they are transmitted via cable or wireless to the recorder and, ultimately, to the display monitor. This final stage enables individuals monitoring the CCTVs to observe the image sequence as video footage. Some cameras can even zoom in and out of the frame depending on the lens and focal length utilised in the system. In CCTV surveillance systems, there are two types of cameras: wired cameras and wireless cameras. While a basic camera is less expensive, one with advanced features such as thermal imaging, number plate recognition, and night vision can cost more.
  • What is a CCTV Surveillance System?
    A CCTV surveillance system consists of three main components: a camera, a monitor, and video management software. CCTV cameras, also known as closed-circuit television cameras, are utilised for security monitoring and surveillance at a variety of facilities. They transmit video footage over a single channel, thereby forming an effective closed circuit. This means that video footage captured by a CCTV surveillance system can only be broadcast on a limited number of displays. The system employs point-to-point (P2P), point-to-multipoint (P2MP), wired or wireless connectivity. Its surveillance coverage is determined by the number of cameras in operation and the size of the area being monitored. There are two types of CCTV surveillance systems: network video recorders (NVR) and digital video recorders (DVR). DVR systems have grown in popularity among consumers due to their cost-effectiveness. NVR systems, on the other hand, are a better option when it comes to compatibility and integration with IP cameras.
  • Is CCTV a Surveillance System?
    CCTV and Surveillance systems both consist of cameras that use advanced technology. CCTV cameras transmit a signal to a specified remote monitor, whereas Surveillance cameras often use IP networks to connect security cameras from remote places to the main location. A CCTV surveillance system uses cameras to cover a specific area, which can be viewed on a monitor screen. It uses video cameras to relay signals from one location to another on a limited number of screens and operates on advanced visual capturing technology. CCTV is a visual and sensor technology that uses sensors and high-megapixel cameras to capture images and videos from a specific area. They are widely used in the investigation and detection of crimes and unlawful activities. A Surveillance system relies on advanced video camera technology and is typically linked to IP networks, allowing the network to be connected from a remote location to the designated security area. Nowadays, these cameras are widely used in a variety of public and government sectors to ensure the security of their respective locations.
  • Which Security Alarm is the Best?
    A security alarm system can safeguard a business’s assets and facilities from unauthorised access, invasions, and theft. Therefore, selecting and installing a reliable security alarm system should be a critical component in the security strategy of a business. However, with so many alternatives in the market, choosing the best security alarm system in Singapore for a business can be difficult. Before making a final decision, business owners should consider the following factors. The security requirements of the business. The type of alarm systems that can be installed on the premises. The security alarm components and sensors that are needed for the property. The type of security monitoring preferred by the business. The ability to be flexible and adapt to the growing needs of the organisation Quality and reliability of the system The ability to integrate, enabling seamless coordination
  • Is it Worth Having a Security Alarm System in Singapore?
    A security alarm system in Singapore is an investment, and like with any investment, the expected return should be considered before making a final decision. Professionally installed alarm systems can put a business owner’s mind at ease as they will cover all possible bases. It is also one of the most cost-effective and efficient solutions for businesses of all sizes to keep their workplaces safe and secure. To ensure that the return on investment is worthwhile, evaluate the pros and cons of a security alarm system and determine how simple or complex a system is required. Security alarm systems for businesses can vary in size and complexity, ranging from simple stand-alone systems to fully integrated, intricate designs with access control, CCTV, and other features managed from a single platform. Therefore, the benefits and drawbacks of each security system should be scaled differently.
  • How Effective are Alarm Systems?
    The effectiveness of a security alarm system in Singapore depends on the type and design of the alarm utilised. However, a security system can be effective in two ways. Visual Deterrent Simply installing an alarm in your property can deter some, but not all, thieves. As a result, it is recommended that the alarm system be installed in a visible location. Most intruders are opportunistic, and if they notice that the property is clearly equipped with alarms, they tend to avoid entering and seek out simpler targets. According to studies, seeing an alarm system can dissuade more than 50% of the potential burglaries that can occur in a property. Audible Threat A high-quality security alarm is an excellent tool to prevent intruders from entering your property as it makes their presence known. Most alarms will merely generate loud noises, alerting everyone nearby, and it is no longer an effective tactic. As a result, invest in a high-quality alarm that will allow security personnel to monitor the business and respond promptly if necessary.
  • What are the Advantages of a Security Alarm System?
    There are numerous benefits of installing security alarm systems in businesses. The following are some of the most important ones. Protect Employees As the employees of a business are its most valuable asset, it is critical to ensure their safety and comfort while on the job. With a security alarm system, the staff will not have to worry about break-ins, especially during evening or night shifts. Including alarm buttons that can be manually activated will give them additional peace of mind. Reduce Theft As most people do not prefer to be on the wrong side of the law, installing a security alarm system can significantly reduce thefts. It will assist a firm in protecting its physical assets against criminals, employees, and customers intent on stealing from the business. Secure Restricted Areas There are certain areas in a commercial property that should not be accessible to everyone. They could include the main office space, safe, storerooms, manufacturing floor, or any other area containing sensitive data or equipment. In such cases, a security alarm system can be utilised to regulate entry by restricting access to only authorised personnel.
  • How Expensive is a Fibre Optic Cable in Singapore?
    As fibre optic cables are becoming the new standard in cabling, they are priced higher than the other options on the market. However, the product’s benefits outweigh its price, making it a worthwhile investment for many. A variety of factors determine the price of fibre optic cables in Singapore. Some of the main ones are as follows. Manufacturing Process The price of fibre optic cables is affected by the quality of the raw materials used in their production, as high-quality optical fibres are expensive to manufacture. They must be drawn at a high temperature from a preform to ensure purity and consistency. Cladding Density The density of the cladding, which is the covering that protects an optical fibre from outside forces and damage, can also influence cable pricing. Its thickness has a direct impact on the attenuation rate of an optical fibre. Brand Name The brand name and product quality can impact the price of fibre optic cables in Singapore. Renowned network cabling providers with established reputations often charge more for their products due to their perceived worth by customers.
  • What is the Difference Between Fibre Optic Internet and Cable Internet?
    Cable internet is a service that is provided via pre-existing copper coaxial cables in a specific area. In contrast, fibre-optic internet requires the installation of fibre-optic cable infrastructure throughout a neighbourhood or a municipality. Therefore, cable internet is less expensive than fibre optic internet since it uses readily available infrastructure. Cable internet connections are typically asymmetrical, which indicates that their download speed is faster than the upload speed. Fibre optic internet, on the other hand, is faster than cable internet in both upload and download speed. While cable and fibre optic internet connections are reliable, cable internet users may experience bandwidth loss during peak hours due to higher traffic. Fibre optic internet users, however, will not experience this during peak hours as fibre optic cables can handle the volume smoothly.
  • Is Fibre Optic Cabling Expensive?
    When compared to other alternatives, the process of fibre optic cabling can be expensive. The following are the main elements that influence their pricing. Type of Cable The cost of cabling varies depending on the type and length of fibre optic cable used. Fibre optic cables are classified into two types: single-mode and multi-mode. The single-mode fibre cables use extremely thin glass strands and a laser to generate light, whereas multi-mode fibre optic cables use LEDs. Single-mode cables are more expensive than multi-mode cables since they have a smaller core diameter and can transmit data over longer distances. Costs of Installation A multitude of factors, including terrain and accessibility, influence the cost of installing fibre optic cables in Singapore. Installing cables in areas with rough terrain or limited access significantly raises installation costs. If additional infrastructure, such as underground conduits and poles, is required for installation, it can also impact cabling prices.
  • What are Fibre Optic Cables Used for?
    Fibre optic cables are a form of network cables comprised of glass fibre strands enclosed in an insulated casing, with each of them being only slightly thicker than a human hair. They are designed for high-performance data networking and telecommunications over vast distances. The majority of the world’s internet, cable television, and telephone systems rely on fibre optic cables. These cables provide higher bandwidth and can transmit data over greater distances than wired cables. Each strand has a core in the center that acts as the path for light to travel. This core is surrounded by cladding, a layer of glass that reflects light inward to avoid signal loss and allows the light to pass through bends in the cable.
  • What is a Network Data Cable?
    A network data cable is a type of cable wire that is used in telecommunications to transfer data from individual computers to a larger network mainframe. Sometimes, these cables are external and can be used to connect computers to internet modems and grounded ports. They can also be built into walls with electrical work to provide ready access to internet and cable television services as part of a larger infrastructure. There are numerous variations when it comes to technical specifics, but the most common are twisted pair, coaxial, fibre optic, and Ethernet. Each network data cable is usually best suited for a specific purpose, and not all of them are interchangeable. Therefore, when purchasing or installing these cables for a particular project, it is advisable to research them before making an investment.
  • Are Smart Locks Expensive?
    A smart lock is created with a combination of traditional hardware, smart hardware and software. As a result, there are several reasons why these devices are expensive. Companies have spent years in research and development to create the required technology. They are more secure than other types of locks. Some locks even have alarm systems to deter intruders. The smart door locks provide fascinating features and functions to their users. Some solutions include fingerprint identification technology and presence sensors. Installing a smart lock requires specific technical skills as well as digital know-how. Manufacturers of smart door locks are always investing in new technologies in order to deliver better solutions to their customers.
  • What are the Disadvantages of Smart Door Locks?
    A smart door lock is an electrical system that replaces traditional locks and keys. Instead of using keys in the exterior deadbolt, they allow users to open doors with smartphones via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi technology. Smart locks are controlled by an app that users can install on their smartphones. Smart locks are growing in popularity among commercial properties worldwide due to their numerous benefits and secure nature. These systems, however, also have a number of drawbacks. When smart door locks are installed on all doors at a business, it may take some time for the staff to master the smart lock codes or how to unlock the doors using smartphones. Furthermore, users who misplace their smartphones can easily lose access to the office. They may even need to contact the smart lock company for assistance. Smart locks can also fail to function during power outages or, if the user’s smartphone battery dies, or if the device is damaged.
  • What is a Door Access System?
    A door access system is a digital security system that ensures only authorised individuals have access to a building. It can be very effective in preventing trespassing, vandalism, and other criminal acts at a business. Furthermore, it is more efficient than a traditional lock-and-key system at securing structures. Door access control systems also make it easier for employees to enter the premises as they no longer require keys. Instead, they will use convenient forms of entry such as card keys, key fobs, mobile app barcodes, and others. Businesses can also decide which entrances to their property should be protected by door access systems, as not all entrances need to be safeguarded.
  • Are Smart Locks Compatible with all Doors?
    The short answer is ‘no’. Though this may change in the future, smart door locks are not yet compatible with all doors. As a result, when choosing smart locks for a business, owners must conduct thorough research to ensure that they are compatible with both the doors and IT systems on the premises. The following are some factors to consider before making the final decision. Decide the control protocol, which is typically Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. It refers to the language or technology smart door locks use to connect to the internet. Check for compatibility if the company has its own IT system that needs to be integrated with the smart locks. Owners will sometimes have to determine the lock setup as well as whether the smart locks require hubs.
  • What is the Function of a Door Access Control System?
    A door access control system determines who is allowed to enter and exit a building, as well as when and where they can do so. It is a reliable means of restricting access and ensuring the safety of the premises. These systems are more convenient than standard lock-and-key systems for many reasons. The locking mechanism of a door access system is typically more secure than standard locks. It enables businesses to digitise their security systems, making them easier to manage. When compared to their alternatives, these systems are more user-friendly.
  • What is PBX Vs VoIP System?
    Despite the fact that both PBX and VoIP are phone systems that allow inbound and outgoing calls in an organisation, there are some significant differences between the two. The key difference is that, unlike traditional PBX systems that use landline telephones, VoIP sends and receives calls over the Internet. Another notable distinction is their adaptability. As VoIP is internet-based, it allows for greater flexibility than PBX, a physical phone system with landlines and hardware. However, when it comes to reliability, PBX outperforms VoIP as it is less likely to fail, resulting in lost revenue. Since VoIP is connected via the Internet, it is not always the most dependable solution, mainly due to factors such as poor connectivity or power outages.
  • What is a PBX Telephone System?
    PBX, or Private Branch Exchange, is a telephone system that allows users to communicate over the phone using internal lines. It is also in control of receiving and making external calls. A PBX phone system often provides standard business phone functions such as call forwarding, call transfer, call queue, auto-attendant, voicemail, and other phone operations. They also provide services that traditional phone lines cannot, such as enhanced security and conference calling. With PBX, you can split the physical phone line coming into your company into many lines, allowing you to accommodate more telephones. The system is powered by analogue or digital phone lines, as well as VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol).
  • How Do You Use a PBX Phone System?
    PBX phone systems are classified into three types: analogue, digital, and cloud-hosted. As a result, different PBX systems operate in different ways. Traditional systems require copper telephone landlines to connect, while modern systems use digital lines or VoIP. PBX phone systems used to rely on analogue switches that were manned by telephone operators. However, they are now using VoIP to transfer digital signals to and from users. As a result, VoIP is essential to gain access to more advanced PBX phone system features such as voicemail-to-email.
  • What Does a PABX System Do in Singapore?
    PABX, or Private Automatic Branch Exchange, is a business solution for companies that require many lines for internal and external communication. It enables them to use a single access number with numerous extensions. PABX is a less expensive solution compared to using multiple landlines connected to the public network. In its most basic form, PABX systems in Singapore utilise extension numbers assigned to each individual phone in a given workspace. Any employee who wants to call a coworker in a different workspace merely has to dial the extension number, and the call will be routed directly to the receiver. A corporation can set up its own internal phone network with PABX by using local extension numbers. These extensions are assigned to specific devices within the office premises, allowing for convenient and secure communication. Modern PABX systems in Singapore use IP-based phones, and companies that provide these services most often base their functionality on Internet connections.
  • What is the Difference Between PABX And PBX?
    Early corporate PBX phone systems needed a specific area where switchboard operators manually plugged in wires to connect calls. Over time, they evolved into more complex systems with handset-based switches but still relied on human operators. The primary distinction between PABX and PBX is that PABX automated call transfers and connections. As a result, a PABX system can handle the entire procedure based on pre-programmed instructions or even through Interactive Voice Response (IVR). It allows the caller to navigate to the desired phone extension, leading to faster communication while saving costs on switchboard staff.
  • How Much Does it Cost to Install an Intercom System in Singapore?
    The price of an intercom system in Singapore is determined by a variety of factors, including its specifications or features. For instance, choosing an audio and visual system can cost more than selecting an audio model. Intercom systems with more contemporary designs and technology also tend to be expensive. Prices for intercom systems in Singapore can vary depending on the following factors. The system model (hard-wired or wireless) The ability to integrate with other devices and systems The levels of locks for security The system exterior and the materials used The nature of the installation (new installation or replacement) Costs incurred due to interior remodelling Always make sure to collect several quotations from competent installers before making a decision.
  • How Does an Intercom Work in a House?
    Intercom systems are available in various styles and sizes, and you can select one based on the type of home you live in and the features you seek. While each has its own distinct features, setups, power sources, and inclusions, their fundamentals remain the same. It’s quite simple, and you can find the primary components that will aid in operating a home intercom system below. The Station Base This is the core hub of the system and serves as its command and control centre. It is where users log in, change settings, or update any essential system security elements. Intercom Stations The intercom stations function similarly to telephones. There are two, one for you and one for your visitors. You can set up stations with microphones and cameras to see and interact with potential guests as you see fit. Locking System Integration Today’s intercom technology enables easy integration with locking systems. Your home intercom system can be linked to your locking mechanisms, allowing you to unlock gates and doors for visitors with the touch of a button.
  • How Does an Intercom System Work?
    The two main components of intercom systems are base stations and substations. Base stations are installed at the entrance of a property to allow visitors to speak with the residents. Substations are strategically deployed throughout a building to allow residents to communicate with visitors and provide access to the premises. Base stations are linked to substations via hard-wired or wireless connections. An intercom system operates by allowing visitors to contact residents in a building. It will then send audio and video signals to substation devices, making it possible for residents and visitors to continue communicating. The base station records audio and video and transmits them to substations. The substations enable residents to view and interact with them before allowing visitors access to the building.
  • What is an Intercom System?
    An intercom system is a stand-alone voice communications system designed for usage within a single building or a small group of buildings. It is a two-way electronic communication device with circuitry for sending and receiving audio and video transmissions. Individuals can speak into a microphone and deliver a message to persons in another room or area via a speaker. Across a wide range of communication and building management settings, intercoms are emerging as the future central hub technology that combines audio and video communication. They come in a variety of styles, with some being simple to operate and others being quite intricate. Furthermore, there are intercom devices specially designed for specific functions.
  • Which Intercom is the Best?
    When it comes to choosing the ideal intercom system for you, there are numerous options available in the market. Therefore, you can simply select an intercom system in Singapore that meets your specific requirements. The following are some factors to keep in mind during the selection process. Understand the purpose and specific requirements for installing an intercom. Evaluate the size and layout of the building where the system will be installed. Examine the budget, as the price of intercom systems varies depending on the capabilities and features. Check whether the intercom features suit your installation needs. Consider the time, money, and effort required to maintain the system.
  • What is a Smart Building Security Solution?
    A smart building is a facility or space that uses technology to automate a variety of processes. Smart building security solutions are any system that leverages modern technology to enhance the security of a building. Usually, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the technology that powers the building intelligence, and it equips items and systems throughout the facility with smart sensor devices. IoT provides smart insights by feeding real-time data to a central dashboard hub, allowing you to understand your building better. Smart building security solutions enable you to maintain the safety and integrity of your facilities, as well as the well-being of everyone who occupies them. There are certain methods to improve the security of smart buildings, such as monitoring of occupancy, door and window monitoring and access controls.
  • How Do You Ensure the Security of a Building?
    Building security is safeguarding property, assets and people against intruders and hazardous situations that could lead to injury or damage. Its purpose is to effectively prevent, detect, and respond to physical security breaches. Underestimating the necessity of building security compromises everything and everyone within the premises. The following are some smart building security solutions to ensure the safety of a building. Access Control: This is used to prevent unauthorised entry to the building, its areas or other building assets, such as machines and equipment. Surveillance: It entails installing a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system to monitor and track people in designated areas. Intrusion Detection: This is when motion sensor devices, weapon detection systems, and intruder alarm notifications are used to detect intruders.
  • What Smart Systems Can I Incorporate into my Buildings?
    Out of the many smart building security solutions available at present, here are some: Access control systems Video surveillance and monitoring systems Intrusion detection systems Alarm systems Fire detection and suppression systems Emergency communication systems Evacuation systems Disaster re