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Closed Circuit

Television (CCTV)

CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) is a visual surveillance technology designed for monitoring a variety of environments and activities. CCTV systems typically involve a fixed (or “dedicated”) communications link between cameras and monitors.

CCTV is most widely used in security systems in retail shops, banks, government buildings, etc. The true scope for applications is almost unlimited. Some examples are listed below:

  • Gas station surveillance to prevent drive offs

  • Retail businesses to monitor inventory and activity

  • Public transportation/commercial buses to control vandalism

  • School buses to monitor children’s entrance and exit

  • Factory to control production

  • Government to monitor traffic patterns

  • Baking ovens to monitor process and pinpoint problems

We offer CCTV in the following areas: residential, commercial, industrial and educational facilities.

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Interactive Services

Want to know what’s going on at your business at all times? Now you can. Monitor your business from anywhere using your web-connected smartphone, tablet or computer – saving you time and maximizing your control. It’s the smart way of helping to secure your investment and livelihood.

  • Remotely arm and disarm your business security system.

  • Schedule automated arm and disarm schedules.

  • Receive text or email alerts with open/close reports.

  • Instantly delete user codes for terminated employees.


24/7 Monitoring

Our customers know that they can count on us to deliver superior features, superior performance and superior service – all proven throughout our over thirty years in the security business.

We back our outstanding monitoring with the highest level of implementation support, reasonable prices and a variety of services. With the quantity and the quality of available services offered by our Monitoring Central Station, you’ll receive top-notch monitoring by Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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