Security Access and Monitoring

CCTV is an essential addition to your building if you’re looking to improve access control and overall security.

Talia supply Gone are the days of grainy, low resolution, and low frame-rate CCTV, you can now install surveillance cameras that record in high definition and can be monitored remotely.

There are several options to consider when choosing CCTV, and we treat each CCTV installation as a unique challenge to make sure the system is made bespoke to your needs. Choosing to install any type of CCTV system with ICT Solutions will instantly make your building more secure and more likely to deter criminals.

High Definition CCTV

CCTV, or closed-circuit television, can conjure mental images of grainy, stuttering footage that is basically useless for identifying anything more about an intruder than their species. Modern HD CCTV, however, is a different story, recording footage in up to 1080p resolution and at normal frame rates.

HD CCTV using a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR) means you have the storage space to maintain excellent video quality while still never missing a second of footage. You can view the footage live from anywhere through an internet-connected device using IP CCTV or can opt to have a central monitoring station that is dedicated to surveillance.

You also won’t have to trawl through weeks of footage to find what you’re looking for. To enable greater efficiency, we offer Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) to quickly search videos corresponding to particular modes (includes motion detection, foreign/missing object, out of focus, and camera occlusion) to screen for critical recordings.

Access Control Methods

There are three main types of access control technologies that are commonly used; proximity-based RFID (radio frequency identification)  fobs or cards, biometric technology using fingerprints or retina scans, and more humble card readers. There are different key benefits for each.


RFID technology is simple but effective, taking the least time to operate and having few downsides. People are already used to carrying keys so replacing these with a proximity-based electronic fob is a manageable change.


Biometric technology is the most advanced of the three common technologies, often reserved for more secure facilities. It eliminates the possibility of intruders gaining access by picking up lost keys or fobs but can also take more time to operate.

Access Control Cards

Access control card readers are the oldest of the three technologies but are no less effective. An access card can slip into a wallet or purse, taking up essentially no room, and they’re quick and effective to use.

Secure Access

Access control systems using any of the three most common technologies are more secure than most regular entrances to buildings. One great security feature of access control using fobs or cards is that permissions can be added or removed for individuals at will, so if you let someone go or take someone on, it’s simple to give them access.

You can also improve the security of your premises by having CCTV integration with your access panel. By doing this, you can trigger a recording every time the access control panel is activated meaning that no one will enter your building without you knowing who it is.

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Our field engineering teams are available for installation, maintenance and repair of your ICT systems.

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