CCTV

By: Secom (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd  20-03-2014
Keywords: Cctv, Systems & Services, Security Cameras

Closed circuit television (CCTV) is a television system in which signals are not publicly distributed; cameras are connected to television monitors in a limited area such as a store, an office building, or on a college campus. CCTV is commonly used in surveillance systems." Benefits of CCTV CCTV is considered to be a "SILENT WITNESS" to detect and prevent crime activities. By installing CCTV the user can reduce the number of security guards to guard their premises. It is also a psychological deterrent against would be perpetrators since no one is keen to be caught committing an offence whilst under the watchful eye of the camera! The applications are numerous such as schools, hospitals, shopping malls, supermarket, government buildings, offices, factories and warehouses. Today the City councils and the police are installing CCTV at strategic points in the urban areas to combat crime such as snatch thieves, traffic offence, etc. Our Experience SECOM has a large tem of qualified engineers and technicians to provide 24 x 7 services for a wide range of CCTV products from high end to mid range such as digital and networking systems. We have many years experience in designing, installing and system integrating plus maintaining CCTV products such as Bosch, Samsung, Avermedia, Ganz, Merit Lilin, TOA, JVC, Megasys and others. Our major customers are the banks, condominiums, apartments, factories, high rise buildings, steel mills, warehouses, schools, shopping complexes, government buildings, shop lots and offices.

Keywords: Cctv, Security Cameras, Systems & Services

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