Security Systems

From access control using biometrics and radio frequency identification (RFID), to IP-based video surveillance and management, to door hardware coordination, our security services extend from corporate campuses to high-performance museums. Our team has the experience and expertise to deliver security projects that range from simple to highly complex engagements, all of which typically utilize the converged network.

Access Control and Alarm Monitoring (ACAMS)

We design access control and alarm monitoring security protocols that are easy to manage and provide security personnel with the capability of monitoring the facility efficiently. We align the security systems design with your operations so that they can respond in a timely manner in the event of an emergency. 

Video Surveillance (VSS)

Video surveillance aggregates images from multiple IP video cameras through the use of specialized software. IP video cameras are primarily used to record images from video cameras and utilize this information to forensically search for actionable information. Most software can be designed to allow integration with other security systems to automatically display designated camera views based upon a security system alarm event.

Intrusion Detection (IDS)

Intrusion detection is intended to monitor activity in specific areas using a network of hardwired and/or wireless devices to monitor motion, access, tail-gating, glass break, temperature, sounds, and signal loss. Any malicious activity or violation from any of the monitoring devices is typically reported or collected centrally using a security information and event management system. These systems can be monitored locally or remotely using hardwired, cellular, or plain old telephone system (POTS) means of communication.

Visitor Management (VMS)

Visitor management provides tracking, reporting, and management of all guests accessing the site. The goal is to have a record of all visitors and the capability to integrate that with an access control system for a centralized source of information. These systems can support ID validation, pre-registration of guests, lobby kiosks, temporary badge issuance, pictures of guests upon arrival, and NDA release forms for review and signature prior to or upon arrival of guests. 

Security Operations Centers (SOC)

Security operations centers house the on-site security team responsible for monitoring and analyzing the client’s security status and respond to reports of atypical or urgent situations. These centers also have the capability to perform investigations, generate evidence reports, and monitor current events, cyber activity, and personnel or asset tracking. 

Additional Security Services

  • Asset and People Tracking Systems 
  • Detention Control Systems (DCS) 
  • Duress Systems
  • Mass Notification Systems (MNS)
  • Public Address Systems
  • Security Communication Systems (SCS)

How Can TEECOM Help?

Have a project in need of security strategy, design, or project management? Contact us using the below Contact TEECOM form.