NEW EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY

by / Monday, 02 May 2016 / Published in Blog
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The presence of security guards can make all the difference to protecting your property but there are also a number of technologies you can employ to further secure your property and digital information and assist your security guards to do their job as effectively as possible.

HIGH SPEED SECURITY DOORS

There are high speed security doors such as the Efaflex High Speed door. These are a premium spiral roll-up and folding door. The doors are ideal for high traffic buildings requiring secure operating doors. They rise and close quickly meaning the building stays secure without drivers having to wait as they would with a standard slow action roller door. Perfect for emergency facilities, warehouses, building carparks or financial services.

SOLAR POWERED SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS

The Solveil HD Surveillance camera is the latest in security camera technology captures live images up to half a mile away for five days with just one charge of its solar battery. This makes it an effective high resolution and power-efficient surveillance device.

AUDIO ANALYTICS

There are a variety of audio analytics detectors available to help monitor your premises. You can buy specific devices such as those available from Louroe Electrical that detect aggressive voices, gun shots, the sound of breaking glass, even car alarms. When one of these sounds is detected it will send a notification to your network or a connected device so you can monitor security issues as they occur and send your trained security guards to deal with the issue.

WIRELESS LOCKDOWN DEVICES

Configurable lockdown devices like Stanley Security Solutions latest release Best® SHELTERTM are programmed to be responsive to your needs. A compact solution that easily fits onto door handles or can be used remotely provides for a quick and easy lockdown to contain or control a high pressure situation.

MOBILE APPLICATION WRAPPERS

An application wrapper can be used for staff member’s personal mobile devices in the workplace. This means an enterprise administrator can control how apps operate on a device, for instance whether or not file sharing will be allowed in an app, if user identification/authentication is required, password access and how data is allowed to be stored. This provides greater security of digital information for a business.

MULTI THREAT SHIELDS

The newly developed Multi Threat Shield from Force Training Institute looks like a standard laptop bag but it’s actually a three-foot bullet proof shield folded up into a lightweight and inconspicuous carry bag. This new piece of protective equipment can be easily used by security personal in the event of an attack to protect themselves or others from an assailant.

QYLATRONTM ENTRY EXPERIENCE SOLUTION

A newly created security checkpoint incorporating ticketing validation, access controls, personalised customer greetings and non-intrusive security scans. This brand new piece of technology is the perfect self-service security kiosk for events and venues, freeing up security guards to monitor physical security threats concurrently.

As security risks change and increase, new technologies continue to be introduced. But technology alone will not secure your business, property or staff. It’s important to have highly trained security officers on site at all times to protect your property, staff and customers. SIG Group provides quality training for quality officers, contact SIG Group today on 1300 788 827 or visit http://sig.edu.au/ to ensure your security officers are up to date with the latest training and the latest security technologies

RAY MANCINI

CEO – SIG GROUP International

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