We specialize in the installation of high quality camera systems produced by FLIR, giving your company eyes in the dark that are unparalleled by any other camera systems.
We offer onsite armed and unarmed security officers for your business or HOA. Contact us today for a free quote on manned security services.
We use only the Best FLIR camera systems for day and color night vision for the highest quality image available. The cameras have wide viewing angles and smooth zoom transitions. All supported by a Network Video Recorder (NVR).
Just as your facility requires protection so does your companys critical business data. We use the FBIs standard of security protocols for network firewalls, monitoring devices and software as well as continuous monitoring software for intrusion detection.
One of our professional team members will visit your facility to evaluate any current or exsisting systems, determine the highest level of coverage to ensure the new system will address any and all blind spots.
We will take the information back to our office for a review, and make recommendations of the design and layout of your new system.
Once our team has deployed your new system we will train your staff on the systems operation and maintenance to ensure optimal performance.
We stand by our products and services, we will register your warranty information for you and check back periodically on the system to make sure it is functioning to meet your needs.
Experience surveillance video that leaves nothing to the imagination. Lorex's full line of robust, full 1080p HD IP cameras are designed for use with our professional-grade NVR systems. They will deliver high-quality video with smooth 30 frames-per-second (fps) on-screen movement that doesn't miss a beat.
Fastest tabletop throughput – necessary for sites with over 50 employees or busy, high user traffic locations such as retail shops and hotels. Two Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports are ideal for adding Wi-Fi access points.
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