Building Security Management

This technology is so new that our community may not have a strong understanding on what building automation is or if it’s something your business should adopt. But that’s okay, read ahead for a clear idea, some helpful use cases and examples of potential return on investment.

Building automation system is usually implemented to control various aspects of commercial buildings, such as the lights, temperature, window shades, audio, video, etc.

Instead of controlling each of these components individually, automation combines them into one easily managed system. Everything works in simultaneously, which helps your business to save on daily operations.

• Power Management

Your business premises have lots of windows that are letting in the hot sun. Often the lights are on in unused spaces. You may find that electronics such as projectors or digital displays are often left on overnight. We can implement technology that automatically monitors energy usage throughout your business. On sunny days, motorized window shades can lower to block solar heat gain. Motion sensors in bathrooms or boardrooms can cause lights to turn off or dim if nobody is in the area. The energy management system can even power down all devices at the end of the business day.

• High-Tech Appearance

Appearances matter. If you’re administrating a meeting with an important client or board member, if you are currently using a conference room with obsolete tech, cluttered cords or devices it may not work reliably. Instead, why not take them into a well-designed, sleek meeting area where, with one push of a single button it transforms before you into the perfect environment for a presentation?

• Streamlined Productivity

Employees of all offices are most likely accessing technology on a regular basis. At the start of the day, employees have to go throughout the building turning on each electronic appliance to turning on the lights, adjusting the shades, etc. In a corporate boardroom, you might have to designate an employee to get the meeting system ready fifteen minutes early. But with an automation system, you can replace all of these manual tasks with one button push. Everything is programmed to work seamlessly, giving back more time each day for other employee duties.

• Improved Atmosphere

If a business caters directly customers or clients, such as a corporate offices, medical office, restaurant, or retail store, it is important to create the right atmosphere. Automation system can include digital accumulation that is easy to adjust with the latest specials every day, a business sound system with multiple zones for smooth audio in every area, programmed lights and shades that keeps your business at the appropriate lighting, and much more.

Security and automation often go hand in hand. You can create a robust security system that protects your business goods and trespassing attempts etc. From surveillance cameras to AI based access control system; we can design a system that meets your business needs.

• Stronger Surveillance

Our system comprises bullet cameras, dome cameras, AI based cameras with face recognition system, PTZ cameras, deep in view cameras, fish eye cameras, system architecture, perimeter protection etc. for stronger surveillance.

• Access Control

Access Control can be simply defined as the process to control who enters and leaves the premises and when. It is a way of limiting access to physical or virtual resources. Users must present credentials before they can be granted access. Such as RFID cards, fingerprints, retina scan and facial recognition system. We provide solutions with face recognition terminal, face recognition swing barrier, system architecture etc.

A Parking Management System is an ideal solution to show unoccupied parking spaces and guide parkers to quickly park in no time. Besides parking management ensures vehicle security, stops unauthorized parkers from entering premises and gives access to authorized parkers.


Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) is a surveillance technology which uses optical character recognition on camera images to read a vehicle's number plates.


Under vehicle scanning system (UVSS) is a system generally consists of imaging systems mounted on a roadway and used at facility access points, particularly at secure facilities. This system is used to detect threats—such as bombs—that are hidden underneath vehicles. Cameras capture images of the undercarriage of the vehicle for manual or automated visual inspection by security personnel or systems.

• Parking Guidance

Parking guidance is a feature that shows the numbers of available parking spaces at every direction, which could guide the driver to the available parking space efficiently. Parking light which is integrated with spot camera gives a visual guidance of the parking space by color and provides the car plate information to management center. It can also provide real time video stream to the administration center for security monitoring and evidence preservation.

• Vehicle locating

Finding vehicle on a large parking lot can be a hassle. But with touch screen car locating kiosk it easy to find your vehicle. It also shows the best path from kiosk to your car.