When security is paramount, you need a complete perimeter system that really works. Communication breakdowns, time lapses and missing data simply can’t happen. Let’s face it: we live in a technology-driven era and Intelligence and skill of unwanted intruders is advancing quickly. However, innovation, superior products, experience and state-of-the-art technology are keeping companies such as Australian Security Fencing one step ahead!
What is Integrated Perimeter Security?
Integrated(adj): combining or coordinating separate elements so as to provide a harmonious, interrelated whole (dictionary.com)
Protecting every inch of your boundary requires a serious security system. In fact, depending on the size of the property and level of protection required, it often requires multiple systems or strategies to achieve total security. Integrating multiple perimeter systems allows property owners to monitor each and every area of their establishment from one central point or control room. Additionally, technology has given us the ability to control systems from a remote location. Seamless control of access points, fence-lines, security cameras and personnel recognition systems allow property owners to control who enters and exits the property 24/7.
What are the Key Benefits of an Integrated Perimeter System?
The aim of every business owner is to provide a safe and secure workplace for its staff. And safety starts by protecting the boundaries against unwanted intruders! Integrated perimeter systems allow property owners to accurately monitor every area of the property. Remote operation of doors, gates and other access points allows for tighter control over who enters and exits the property at all times. Combining this with security camera systems allows operators to visually asses who is coming and going before granting entry/exit. It will also alert security staff of any suspicious personnel that may be trying to gain access.
In the unfortunate event of trouble, the ability to access and analyze data is critical to providing sound evidence. A fully integrated system allows data to be collected from multiple security systems to provide evidence that’s difficult, if not impossible to dispute.
The ability to control an entire perimeter security system from a central hub means that property owners can use staff resources to maximum advantage. Therefore, less staff need to be employed to ‘run’ the system. In the event of an emergency, accurate records of everyone on the property will also help to ensure that all personnel are evacuated quickly and safely.
The security needs of every property vary: there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Integrated perimeter security allows you to install and monitor only the systems that suit your needs without having to pay for any unwanted extras.
At Australian Security Fencing, we design and install bespoke security systems for businesses of any size. Call us today on 1800 666 927 and talk to one of our staff.