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Video Surveillance

Video surveillance, more commonly referred to as “CCTV”, is a system of cameras, recorders, cables and switches. There are various types of video surveillance systems on the market and choosing the correct type for your application is important as the selection will greatly impact your budget, the quality of the images and the overall functionality. For example, a local pizza parlor generally doesn’t require the advanced functionality that a casino or transportation hub would.

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Electronic Access Control

Electronic Access Control systems, commonly referred to as “the card swipe system,” is a comprised of credential readers, controllers, sensors, locks, cable and typically a centralized server. An electronic access control system simplifies management of access to a building, an area, a door, a gate, or a cabinet. Keys do not need to be made and distributed to employees or contractors. Credentials (either permanent or temporary) are issued to the respective party.

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Emergency Alert & Duress/Panic Buttons

Multimodal, mass notification, an Emergency Alert system, sometimes referred to as a “lockdown” or a “blue light” system provides a means for simple and immediate broadcast distribution of a message to many groups of people simultaneously. Most commonly, emergency alerts are initiated by Duress or Panic Buttons. However, the emergency alert may also be initiated by telephone, hand-held radio, wireless pendant, sensors, and more.

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Public Address & Intercom

A public-address system (PA) is an electronic system comprising of microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and related equipment and used to increase the volume of voice, musical instrument, or sound source. PA systems are used in any venue that requires that a sound source be sufficiently audible at a distance or over a large area. Advanced applications may include sports stadiums, public transportation vehicles and facilities, as well as live or recorded music venues and events.

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Synchronized Clock Systems

A synchronized clock system provides the exact same time to all clocks in the system. The synchronized clock system typically consists of a “master clock” and multiple “secondary clocks.” The master clock communicates with all the secondary clocks providing the entire system the exact same time, so no matter where you are in the building the time shown by all clocks will be uniform and accurate.

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Sound Reinforcement / Pro-Sound

Sound Reinforcement or Pro-Sound is an electronic system comprising of multiple microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and related equipment and used to increase the volume of voice, musical instrument, or sound source. These systems are used in any venue that requires that a sound source be sufficiently audible at a distance or over a large area like sports stadiums, public transportation facilities, as well as music venues and event facilities.

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Electronic Visitor Management

Electronic Visitor Management is the process of tracking people who enter your facility. A visitor may be a customer, a delivery person, a job applicant, a contractor, a consultant, or the CEO’s third cousin twice removed. Essentially, anyone who is not a regular full-time employee is a visitor.

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Mass Notification

A Mass Notification System (MNS) is a multi-modal platform that broadcasts non-fire information to a large group of people. Groups of people can be, for example: college/university staff and students, employees in a multi-building or multi-site environment, residents of a community, and so forth. Effective MNS’ tend to broadcast the message in multiple formats (multi-modal). Though there are many variations, typically, messages are sent via email, text, telephone call and sometimes posts to social media. Messages sent via MNS’ are generally messages that contain critical messages with important information.

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