physical security & AUDIO/VISUAL
NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE | PHYSICAL SECURITY & AV | DIGITAL BUILDING
Physical security is the protection of people, facilities, networks, and data from physical actions and events that could cause serious loss or damage to a company, agency or institution. This includes protection from fire, flood, natural disasters, burglary, theft, vandalism and terrorism.
Physical security measures should be placed in the way of potential attackers and physical sites should be strengthened against accidents, attacks or environmental disasters. Physical security components may include fencing, locks, access control cards, biometric access control systems and fire suppression systems. Buildings and land can be monitored using surveillance cameras and notification systems, such as intrusion detection sensors, heat sensors and smoke detectors.
The internet of things (IoT) is widening the domain of physical security as a many businesses now include smart devices located outside of traditional perimeters and connected via the internet. Motion sensors, tracking signals and tamper-proof locks can provide additional security for higher value or mission-critical devices.
Interested in A Physical Security Solution?
PHYSICAL SECURITY PRODUCT LINES
Panasonic brought the fist security camera to the industry in 1957 and invented over a dozen industry standards. Panasonic provides industry-leading solutions to capture, record, manage and analyze surveillance video. Panasonic provides a comprehensive lineup of video surveillance products and solutions that offer the industry's highest picture quality, mission-critical reliability and the industry's lowest cost of ownership.
ISONAS is the first access control company to design and manufacture a cutting-edge, IP-to-the-door solution that eliminates needless complexity—including inconvenient control panels, separate power supply, and dedicated hard-wiring. Our network-based PowerNet™ reader-controllers offer a patented technology that easily integrates with Windows-based software to deliver more simplicity, greater value, and total flexibility to go places you never thought possible.
Founded in 1971, Commend has become a global leader in Intercom systems providing solutions for Intercom terminal, control stations, and servers. In the days of Web 2.0, Intercom solutions have long outgrown the image of the single-line, single-button door buzzer panel. In a wide range of communication and building management settings, Commend's Intercom 2.0 is emerging as the future central hub technology that brings together everything from audio and video communication to building security, access control, parking and facility maintenance.
Video Insight is a comprehensive enterprise video management system designed for physical, mobile, and virtualized environments.
Winsted is a worldwide leader in control room console solutions. Winston's modular system approach, developed for the early broadcast industry, has become the industry standard for all control room and command center markets, and their experience developing specialized custom products enables us to offer console and technical furniture solutions for any application.
Razberi Technologies offers a reliable, secure, and network-friendly video surveillance platform that records the highest quality video while reducing capital, bandwidth, and space costs. Razberi appliances combine a firewall, PoE switch, server, storage, and intelligence.
Raytec is the world leader in LED lighting for security and safety. They provide a range of LED illuminators to create a safer global environment. Raytec improves the safety of any area at night and to improves the performance on any CCTV system under darkness.
Founded in 1953 in Osaka, Japan to manufacture technology for classroom instruction. The EIKI Company has been responsible for many innovative breakthroughs, perhaps the most dramatic being the modularization of the 16mm projector. Eiki manufactures and markets a broad range of projection technology for education, religion, government and business communication, and offer it through a network of professionals.
Since 1980, PROTECH has been designing, manufacturing and marketing perimeter intrusion detection systems to protect personnel, property and assets at sensitive sites. PROTECH manufactures systems that give early warning of potential threats at the perimeter, for example, detecting an intruder before they are able to access a building or facility.