More than just access control
Easy to use electronic security doesn’t end with our software. Our systems and products work together to provide a single cohesive and unified solution that helps you keep unwanted visitors outside, while enabling you to monitor and control access inside.
If you're anything like us, you'll value your people as your most precious assets. Intrusion detection is all about protecting your people and securing your other assets. Detecting an intruder and raising the alarm is the easy bit. Making intrusion detection simple, smart and convenient is what we do.
Public perception and tighter budgets have seen energy efficiency become increasingly important in today’s environment. Automated building solutions that reduce energy consumption are one of the simplest ways of reducing costs. Protege provides a simple, single-point solution that balances energy efficiency with the needs of your organization.
With the noise they emit, sirens and alarm bells may deter an intruder or attract the attention of a passerby, but who responds to these alarms? Offsite monitoring provides added peace of mind by ensuring security personnel are alerted when an alarm is activated so that a response can be initiated, security guards dispatched, or emergency services summoned.
Smartphone technology has transformed the way we do business. We use our phones to check email and social media, for online shopping and banking, as well as making calls and sending messages. ICT's mobile solution complements your existing access control system by enabling secure access and control, all with a touch from your smartphone.
On the surface, there is little visible difference between a 125kHz card and a 13.56MHz card. You present a card to a reader and access is either granted or denied. Not all proximity cards are born equal however, and there are some key benefits to implementing a smart one card solution.
Risk & Compliance
Failure to protect staff, assets, and information can have heavy financial and legal consequences for business owners. Businesses are legally required to abide by the relevant health & safety and employment laws, as well as a statutory duty of care – meaning they also have moral and ethical obligations to take all reasonable steps to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of their employees.