When it comes to security, we know no compromises – reliability and speed are our highest priorities. With our nationwide service network, we are ready to serve you around the clock, every day of the year. Our broad portfolio includes all relevant components of modern safety technology. Convince yourself!
We plan and build communication and safety systems for you that support the work processes in your company, provide more user comfort and protect against dangers. Our portfolio includes:
With a well-thought-out overall concept, transmission technologies and end devices such as cameras, sensors and card readers can be combined to form a meaningful whole. But we also regularly implement individual systems. We provide competent support from the planning of your communication and security technology to installation, operation, maintenance and servicing – this applies to new systems as well as to the optimization and refurbishment of existing systems.
Whether video surveillance, access control or intrusion detection systems: It is important that the information collected can be reliably stored and traced at any time. This task is performed by the safety management system. It provides clear statements as to which event led to which action in the system and when. Data is backed up for tracking, and operators receive event-based action instructions – at the exact moment of the event.
Voice communication between people is almost always the fastest way to communicate. A human voice provides security and is indispensable despite all technical progress. Systems for voice communication via intercoms can be integrated into our security concepts without great effort and – used in the right place – provide important support for the implementation of a security concept.
Structured wiring forms the backbone for transmitting information between sensors, cameras, card readers and communication points. In addition, it also handles the usual office communication with telephone, network and Internet. A clear separation of the services is therefore essential when designing the network. This can be done via virtual networks, but can also require physical separation of the individual networks.