DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY?

Think about eliminating your antiquated phone lines and choosing the latest communications technology available...and gain faster response time in the bargain.

Alarm systems can work with a number of different communication methods; including traditional phone lines, cellular, radio and Internet.  Naturally you want a communication link that is highly reliable even during bad weather and power outages and can't be tampered with easily by intruders.

LAND-LINE CONNECTION

A dedicated phone line is the most expensive option; many companies are switching to new methods of communication to reduce overhead.


  • Can fail due to storm damage, lines can be severed by falling trees or lightning strikes.
  • Can be manually cut by criminals wishing to break into your facilities
  • Slower and more antiquated than newer technologies
  • Subject to lightening strikes damaging your panels and system

INTERNET

With IP transmission, communication is virtually instantaneous, which in turn, results in an accelerated response time by emergency personnel. Traditional alarm communication transmitted over analog phone lines, averages between 30 to 60 seconds.


  • Reliability: An always on connection with no delay for dialing
  • Speed: Fastest communication of alarm signals to the central station

LONG-RANGE RADIO-FREQUENCY:

This system uses a wireless radio signal to transmit the alarm signal between your premises and the central station. This type of system is reliable and cost effective.


  • Reliability: Alarm communication occurs over multiple paths via the mesh network.
  • Speed: Alarms are acknowledged within seconds.

CELLULAR

This system works with most digital communicators and is available anywhere that cellular telephone service is available.


  • Provides new features such as controlling your system via cell phone
  • Reduced complexity and risk in the product development cycle
  • Faster installation time

MARKETS SERVED

Understanding the nature and needs of different industries and varying business environments is critical to designing and implementing an integrated security system that will meet their unique challenges.  Internal or external threats, the number of locations, the size of the organization, government regulations, and public and employee safety all play a role.

  • Airports
  • Banking
  • Campus/University
  • Commercial Office
  • Finance
  • Gaming
  • Government
  • Health Care
  • House of Worship
  • Industrial
  • Life Sciences
  • Military
  • Residential
  • Retail
  • Seaports
  • Utilities
  • Call us at 407.834.0051 to schedule a free consultation and evaluation. We'll discuss your goals, and map out a plan to reach them.