An alarm system is a passive safety element. This means that they do not avoid an abnormal situation, but they are able to warn, thus fulfilling a dissuasive function in the situation of possible emergency. For example: The intrusion of people.
MONITORING BY GPS
In most cases, location is determined by using GPS equipment and the transmission to the control site is through communication technologies such as satellite, cellular or radio, using a transmission modem located in the vehicle as part (or endorsed) ) to the GPS device.
The most generalized definition of an access control system refers to the mechanism that, based on the already authenticated identification, allows access to data or resources. Basically we find access control systems in multiple forms and for different applications.
An electrified fence works through electric shocks, with pulses of several thousand volts, and with a duration generally lower than a ms and a repetition frequency of 1 Hz.
CLOSED CIRCUIT TV
Closed circuit television or CCTV is a video surveillance technology designed to monitor a variety of environments and activities. It is called a closed circuit because, contrary to what happens with broadcasting, all its components are linked.
An access control barrier allows the management of vehicles to a restricted area, such as parking garages, garages, companies or roads. Each barrier can be combined with the use of access controls that identify its users.
WALK -THROUGH METAL DETECTORS
They are used for weapon interceptions and preventing access to buildings. Including the inspection of people in transit, with a very high immunity to external interference.
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
Fire protection systems are mechanisms that serve to minimize damage. When this occurs, a series of techniques are implemented. The detection systems intervene, which generates an alarm, including other types of devices while at the same time people begin to evacuate.