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Supplying Physical Security Integration
AES Group leverages more than 30 years of knowledge and proven experience in Physical Security Integration, enabling us to provide integrated, turnkey security solutions across a wide range of public and private sectors and industries. Companies, institutions, and governments around the world continually engage us to employ our well-established industry expertise with the utmost trust for their critical security infrastructure projects for their organizations within Southeast Asia.
A multi-layered security approach is called integrated security systems. This approach provides more extensive coverage and makes it much more difficult for criminals to breach. While every property is unique, integrated security systems are usually composed of several common components including Physical Security Integration.
Why Should We Integrate Our Security Solutions?
Many organisations are creating large security issues by using too many security products and services. Many organisations are installing security systems that are not integrated, resulting in vulnerabilities, malpractice, and health and safety issues.
Does the system continue functioning even when there is a power cut?
The system should be able to function with a battery backup, although the length of this backup time may depend on the type of panels used in it.
What are the benefits of Physical Security Integration?
The full benefits of a Physical Security Integration cannot be understated. Alarm/Access Control Systems, Security Video Systems, and Security Intercom Systems all are powerful tools to help manage risk for an organization, they become even more powerful when integrated together into a single, comprehensive security system. Helping with Health and saefty of staff, protection from theft and malpractise. To name but a few.
what are the roles of security personnel given the security automation and system integration
Many firms are shifting to a more comprehensive approach to security, by putting both physical and logical security under one individual, such as a chief security officer. Because this person is responsible for ensuring that security decisions benefit the company as a whole rather than one department, rather than being based solely on one department’s input, responsibility for physical and logical security is being transferred to him.
Can you take the system with you when you relocate to another place?
Yes, the system can be transferred to a new site should you move office or location. You would need to get it reinstalled at the new site, time and costs for this would be depending on the system in place.