CCTV System

Wired security cameras- use cables to transmit footage and conduct video surveillance, but the signal can weaken when the transmission range exceeds 300 meters. 

Analog cameras -have been around for years and are still the most common type of CCTV camera installed today. They have basic functionality and store video onsite.

IP (Internet protocol)- cameras carry out the same functions as their analog counterparts, but with vastly greater capabilities.

ALARM SYSTEM

Wired Home Alarm System

Wired alarm systems are your basic burglar alarm. This system uses a low-voltage electrical circuit current flows easily when doors and windows are shut. But, when a door or window is opened, that flows between two points throughout a home’s doorways and windows or other entry points. The the circuit is disrupted and the alarm is triggered.

Wireless Alarm System 

Wireless home alarm systems are exactly what they suggest—security systems without wires.These alarm systems typically use a control panel and a series of sensors that are connected with built-in radio frequency transmitters. Once your alarm system is triggered, a signal is transmitted to the control panel and the alarm is activated.

ACCESS CONTROL

According to Management

Controller-based Access points are also known as thin clients and require a controller for centralized management (updates, configuration, etc.) and do not need to be manually configured. Generally, Controller based Access points are generally used in large environments.

Standalone access points also referred to as thick access points, do not require a controller and are generally used in smaller environments

Mode of authentication

In access control, there are three fundamental methods for verifying authorized access:

  • Something you know: such as a password, a PIN, or a code
  • Something you have: such as a key, an access card (or badge) or a mobile device 
  • Something you are: a physical trait, such as a fingerprint, face also known as biometrics.