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Camera Technology Briefs

  • If You Want to Use Surveillance Video for License Plate Reading, Facial Recognition, Or Evidence of a Crime, You'll Want A Camera with High Definition.
  • But with Such A Wide Range of Cameras Available, How Do You Know Which One Is Right for You?
  • Analog Cameras Have Been Used in Surveillance Systems for Over 30 Years.
  • The Surveillance Industry Is Moving Away from CCTV And Toward IP, But Many Businesses Are Still Using Analog Systems.
  • If You Want to Continue Using Your Analog Equipment but Want the HD Resolution of Newer Cameras, You'll Want to Switch to HD Analog Cameras.
  • HD Analog Cameras Measure Resolution in Pixels Instead Of TVL, Which Older Cameras Use. Benefits of HD Analog Include Lower Costs Than IP Cameras and Easy Installation Like Any Other CCTV Camera.
  • IP Cameras Are the Newest Development in Surveillance, Coming into Popularity in The Last Few Years. These Cameras Use Your Network to Connect to Your System and Share Data. This Allows the System to Grow and Change with Better Flexibility - Less Reliance on Cables and Power Outlets Gives You More Control Over Where Cameras Are Placed.
  • IP Cameras Are More Expensive Than Their Analog Counterparts, But Include Advanced Features, Which Are Not Available with Older Technology.

  • There Are Three Types Of Camera

    1. Analog Camera -- 30 Years Old Technology -- And Its Wave Off Before 5 Year.
    2. HD (High Definition) Camera -- 5 Years Old Technology -- Running Also -- As Per Me It Will Be Wave Off After 2 To 3 Years.
    3. IP (Internet Protocol) (IP V4) Camera -- Latest Running & Future Technology For At Least Next 10 Years. -- Growing Very Fast.

    Features & Facility

  • Indoor/Outdoor Camera
  • Full HD 1080 P
  • True Color
  • Wide Range
  • Smart IR
  • Night Vision
  • WDR
  • Tripwire Solution
  • Motion Alarm Solution
  • Object Missing
  • People Counting
  • Heat Map
  • Email Notification
  • Realtime Recording
  • TV/Mobile/PC View over the Internet
  • Design & Consultancy
  • AMC Contract
  • Specification of Latest Camera

    1. Smart IR
    2. WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
    3. Tripwire & Motion Detection Alarm
    4. Object Missing Alarm
    5. People Counting
    6. Heat Map


    Biometric Sloutions

    Access Control System

    Security at Fingerprints

    A Biometric Device Is A Security Identification and Authentication Device. Such Devices Use Automated Methods of Verifying or Recognizing the Identity of a Living Person Based on A Physiological or Behavioural Characteristic. These Characteristics Include Fingerprints Verification, Face Images (Retina Scan) Recognition, Password Verification, RF ID Card Verification.

    Types of Access Control:

      1. Single Door EM (Electro – Magnetic) Lock Base Access Control

      2. Double Door EM (Electro – Magnetic) Lock Base Access Control

      3. Single Door Drop Bolt Access Control

      4. Double Door Drop Bolt Access Control


      •Finger / Card / Face (Retina) / Password / Palm Scanner Devices

      •GPS Location (Selfie) Base Devices

      •Mobile Application

      •AMC Contract


      • In/Out Time Report

      • Late / Early Bye Time Report

      • Overtime Report

      • Total Work Duration Report

      • Shift Schedule

      • Department wise Report

      • Salary Report

      • Pay-Roll


      • MS Access

      • SQL Server

      • Oracle

      • Cloud Base

      • Web Base


    Digital Door Lock

    Digital Innovation to Unlock Your Door

    Digital door locks bring you keyless convenience to unlock your door. Choose from the latest in digital door locking technology – fingerprint, smart card or keypad – to open your door. Each offers an immediate door opening solution and adds simplicity to your lifestyle.

    •No need to remember to bring along your keys when you go out

      • No need to lock your doors

      • No more rummaging through your pockets, purses or bags

      • No more forgotten and lost keys

      • No need for spare keys

      • No more cutting keys for visitors

    • These digital door locks can also be paired with alarms to offer additional security from burglary, vandalism and fire. Combining cutting-edge technology with practical reliability, Yale digital door locks are the future of door locks.


      1.RF ID




    Digital Door Safe

    Digital Innovation to Unlock Your Safe

    Digital door locks bring you keyless convenience to unlock your door. Choose from the latest in digital door locking technology – fingerprint, smart card or keypad – to open your door. Each offers an immediate door opening solution and adds simplicity to your lifestyle.

    No need to remember to bring along your keys when you go out

      • No need to lock your doors

      • No more rummaging through your pockets, purses or bags

      • No more forgotten and lost keys

      • No need for spare keys

      • No more cutting keys for visitors

    These digital door locks can also be paired with alarms to offer additional security from burglary, vandalism and fire. Combining cutting-edge technology with practical reliability, Yale digital door locks are the future of door locks.


      1.RF ID




    Time & Attendance

    Total Enterprise Solution

    A Biometric Device Is A Security Identification and Authentication Device. Such Devices Use Automated Methods of Verifying or Recognizing the Identity of a Living Person Based on A Physiological or Behavioural Characteristic. These Characteristics Include Fingerprints Verification, Face Images (Retina Scan) Recognition, Password Verification, RF ID Card Verification.

    Types of Attendance Machine:

      1. Stand Alone Attendance Machine

      2. Finger Based Attendance Machine

      3. Face Based Attendance Machine

      4. Password Based Attendance Machine

      5. RF ID Card Base Attendance Machine


    •Finger / Card / Face (Retina) / Password / Palm Scanner Devices

    •GPS Location (Selfie) Base Devices

    •Mobile Application

    •AMC Contract


      •In/Out Time Report

      •Late / Early Bye Time Report

      •Overtime Report

      •Total Work Duration Report

      •Shift Schedule

      •Department wise Report

      •Salary Report



      •MS Access

      •SQL Server


      •Cloud Base

      •Web Base



    Simplify Your Conversation

    A private branch exchange (PBX) is a telephone exchange that serves a particular business or office, as opposed to one that a common carrier or telephone company operates for many businesses or for the general public. PBXs are also referred to as PABX – private automatic branch exchange and EPABX.

    In addition to these basic functions, PBXs offer many other calling features and capabilities, with different manufacturers providing different features in an effort to differentiate their products.


    • Auto Attendant (Auto Transfer as per Priority)

    • Auto Dialing

    • Automated directory services (where callers can be routed to a iven employee by keying or speaking the letters of the employee's name)

    • ACD (Automatic call distributor) – Voice Menu to Direct Caller

    • Automatic ring back

    • Call blocking

    • Call forwarding on busy or absence

    • Call logs

    • Call park

    • Call pick-up

    • Call transfer

    • Call waiting

    • Conference call

    • Custom greetings

    • Speed Dialing

    • Do not disturb (DND)

    • Voice Mail

    • Interactive voice response (IVR)

    • Music on hold

    • Night service

    • Public address voice paging

    • Holiday & Special Day Voice message broadcasting

    • Welcome message

    • Design & Consultancy

    • AMC Contract


    Fire Alarm System


    A Fire Alarm System Has A Number Of Devices Working Together To Detect And Warn People Through Visual And Audio Appliances When Smoke, Fire, Carbon Monoxide Or Other Emergencies Are Present. These Alarms May Be Activated Automatically From Smoke Detectors, And Heat Detectors Or May Also Be Activated Via Manual Fire Alarm Activation Devices Such As Manual Call Points Or Pull Stations. Alarms Can Be Either Motorized Bells or Wall Mountable Sounders or Horns. They Can Also Be [(Speaker Strobes]) Which Sound An Alarm, Followed By A Voice Evacuation Message Which Warns People Inside The Building Not To Use The Elevators. Fire Alarm Sounders Can Be Set to Certain Frequencies and Different Tones Including Low, Medium and High, Depending on The Country and Manufacturer of The Device.

    Contain Material of Fire Alarm System:

    1.Fire Alarm Panel

    2.Fire Detector Sensor

    3.Manual Call Point – MCP

    4.Siren / Hooter


    Fire Extinguisher


    Fire Safety Is the Set of Practices Intended to Reduce the Destruction Caused By Fire. Fire Safety Measures Include Those That Are Intended To Prevent Ignition Of An Uncontrolled Fire, And Those That Are Used To Limit The Development And Effects Of A Fire After It Starts.

    A Fire Extinguisher Is An Active Fire Protection Device Used To Extinguish Or Control Small Fires, Often In Emergency Situations. It Is Not Intended For Use On An Out-Of-Control Fire, Such As One Which Has Reached The Ceiling, Endangers The User (I.E., No Escape Route, Smoke, Explosion Hazard, Etc.), Or Otherwise Requires The Expertise Of A Fire Brigade. Typically, A Fire Extinguisher Consists Of A Hand-Held Cylindrical Pressure Vessel Containing An Agent Which Can Be Discharged To Extinguish A Fire. Fire Extinguishers Manufactured with Non-Cylindrical Pressure Vessels Also Exist but Are Less Common.

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    Video Door Phone

    Your Family Security Guard

    Video Door-Phone Is A Stand-Alone Intercom System Used to Manage Calls Made at The Entrance to A Building with Access Controlled by Audiovisual Communication Between the Inside and Outside. The Main Feature of Video Door Entry Is That It Enables the Person Indoors to Identify the Visitor And, if (And Only If) They Wish, Engage in Conversation And/or Open the Door to Allow Access to The Person Calling.

    Classification of Video Door Phone (VDP)

    Video Door Phone Can Be Classified Two Possible Classifications:

    1. Security Layers:


      Level 1 Security -This Is Security Layer Added by VDP System at The Community Entrance. This Layer Is Given to The Guard Who Will Directly Verify the Entry of a Visitor to The Community. Such Systems Are Only at A Community Level.


      Level 2 Security - This Is Also Known as The Lobby Security – This Is to Get Access to Your Lobby of The Apartment in Such A Case the Visitor Will Have to Dial the Number of The Flat and Then the Flat Owner Allows the Access to A Visitor from The Lobby Entrance Itself.


      Level 3 Security - In This Case the Visitor Communicates with The Outdoor Camera in Front of House Door or Villa Gate.

    2. Technologies & Classification:

      Standalone – A Standalone VDP Is A Device Used in Villas or By Individual Home Owners.

      Types of Technology of Standalone VDP

        a. Analog VDP – It Is an Analog Display and Camera.

        b. Digital VDP – This Is A Digital LCD Display with Digital Camera Usually with Image Capture and Video Capturing Ability When the Bell Is Pressed. In This Case Normally Some Additional Camera Integration Is Also Allowed.

      • Multi-Apartment- This Is A Solution Where There Is A Mass Housing Scenario. Analog Multi-Apartment Systems Providing 3 Tier Security.

    Extra Functions

    Many Terminals Currently on The Market Are Ready to Accept Extensions, Making the Monitor into A Small Automatic Function Control Center. From Here, The User Can View One or Several Additional Cameras Installed at Other Access Points, Trigger Light Switches or Open A Second Door, etc.


    Intrusion Alarm System

    Right Destination fearless & Joy-Full future

    A Security Alarm Is A System Designed to Detect Intrusion – Unauthorized Entry – Into A Building or Other Area. Security Alarms Are Used In Residential, Commercial, Industrial, And Military Properties For Protection Against Burglary (Theft) Or Property Damage, As Well As Personal Protection Against Intruders. Security Alarms in Residential Areas Show A Correlation with Decreased Theft. Car Alarms Likewise Help Protect Vehicles and Their Contents. Prisons Also Use Security Systems for Control Of Inmates.

    Some Alarm Systems Serve A Single Purpose Of Burglary Protection; Combination Systems Provide Both Fire And Intrusion Protection. Intrusion Alarm Systems May Also Be Combined With Closed-Circuit Television Surveillance (CCTV) Systems To Automatically Record The Activities Of Intruders, And May Interface To Access Control Systems For Electrically Locked Doors.

      • Premises Control Unit (PCU), Alarm Control Panel (ACP), Or Simply Panel: The "Brain" Of the System, It Reads Sensor Inputs, Tracks Arm/Disarm Status, And Signals Intrusions. In Modern Systems, This Is Typically One Or More Computer Circuit Boards Inside A Metal Enclosure, Along With A Power Supply.

      • Sensors: Devices Which Detect Intrusions. Sensors May Be Placed at The Perimeter of The Protected Area, Within It, Or Both. Sensors Can Detect Intruders by A Variety of Methods, Such as Monitoring Doors and Windows for Opening, Or by Monitoring Unoccupied Interiors for Motions, Sound, Vibration, Or Other Disturbances.

      • Alerting Devices: These Indicate an Alarm Condition. Most Commonly, These Are Bells, Sirens, And/or Flashing Lights. Alerting Devices Serve the Dual Purposes of Warning Occupants of Intrusion, And Potentially Scaring Off Burglars. These Devices May Also Be Used to Warn Occupants of a Fire or Smoke Condition.

      • Keypads: Small Devices, Typically Wall-Mounted, Which Function As The Human-Machine Interface To The System. In Addition to Buttons, Keypads Typically Feature Indicator Lights, A Small Multi-Character Display, Or Both.

      • Interconnections Between Components. This May Consist of Direct Wiring to The Control Unit, Or Wireless Links with Local Power Supplies.

    Passive Infrared Detectors

    The Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Detector Is One Of The Most Common Sensors Found In Household And Small Business Environments. It Offers Affordable and Reliable Functionality. The Term Passive Refers to The Fact That the Detector Does Not Generate or Radiate Its Own Energy; It Works Entirely by Detecting the Heat Energy Given Off by Other Objects.

    Strictly Speaking, PIR Sensors Do Not Detect Motion; Rather, They Detect Abrupt Changes in Temperature at A Given Point. As An Intruder Walks In Front Of The Sensor, The Temperature At That Point Will Rise From Room Temperature To Body Temperature, And Then Back Again. This Quick-Change Triggers the Detection.

    PIR Sensors May Be Designed To Be Wall- Or Ceiling-Mounted, And Come In Various Fields Of View, From Narrow-Point Detectors To 360-Degree Fields. PIR’s Require A Power Supply in Addition to The Detection Signaling Circuit.

    Infrasound Detectors

    The Infrasound Detector Works By Detecting Infrasound, Or Sound Waves At Frequencies Below 20 Hertz. Sounds at Those Frequencies Are Inaudible to The Human Ear. Due to Its Inherent Properties, Infrasound Can Travel Distances of Many Hundreds of Kilometers. Infrasound Signals Can Result from Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes, Gravity Waves, Opening and Closing of Doors, Forcing Windows to Name A Few.

    Each Time A Potential Intruder Tries Enter into A House, She or He Tests Whether It Is Closed and Locked, Uses Tools on Openings, Or/And Applies Pressure, And Therefore He or She Creates Low-Frequency Sound Vibrations. Such Actions Are Immediately Detected by The Infrasound Detector Before the Intruder Breaks In.

    The Primary Purpose of Such System Is to Stop Burglars Before They Enter the House, To Avoid Not Only Theft, But Vandalism. The Sensitivity Can Be Modulated Depending on The Size of A House And Presence Of Animals.

    Ultrasonic Detectors

    Using Frequencies Between 15 Khz and 75 Khz, These Active Detectors Transmit Ultrasonic Sound Waves That Are Inaudible to Humans. The Doppler Shift Principle Is the Underlying Method of Operation, In Which A Change in Frequency Is Detected Due to Object Motion. This Is Caused When the Object Must Cause A Change in The Ultrasonic Frequency to The Receiver Relative to The Transmitting Frequency.

    The Ultrasonic Detector Operates by The Transmitter Emitting an Ultrasonic Signal into The Area to Be Protected. The Sound Waves Are Reflected by Solid Objects (Such as The Surrounding Floor, Walls and Ceiling) And Then Detected by The Receiver. Because Ultrasonic Waves Are Transmitted Through Air, Then Hard-Surfaced Objects Tend to Reflect Most of The Ultrasonic Energy, While Soft Surfaces Tend to Absorb Most Energy.

    When the Surfaces Are Stationary, The Frequency of The Waves Detected by The Receiver Will Be Equal to The Transmitted Frequency. However, A Change in Frequency Will Occur as A Result of The Doppler Principle, When A Person or Object Is Moving Towards or Away from The Detector. Such an Event Initiates an Alarm Signal. This Technology Is Considered Obsolete by Many Alarm Professionals, And Is Not Actively Installed.

    Microwave Detectors

    This Device Emits Microwaves from A Transmitter and Detects Any Reflected Microwaves or Reduction in Beam Intensity Using A Receiver. The Transmitter and Receiver Are Usually Combined Inside A Single Housing (Monostatic) For Indoor Applications, And Separate Housings (Biostatic) For Outdoor Applications. To Reduce False Alarms This, Type of Detector Is Usually Combined with A Passive Infrared Detector, Or Dual Tec Brand or Similar Alarm.

    Microwave Detectors Respond To A Doppler Shift In The Frequency Of The Reflected Energy, By A Phase Shift, Or By A Sudden Reduction Of The Level Of Received Energy. Any of These Effects May Indicate Motion of An Intruder.

    Photoelectric Beams

    Photoelectric Beam System Detects the Presence of An Intruder by Transmitting Visible or Infrared Light Beams Across an Area, Where These Beams May Be Obstructed. To Improve the Detection Surface Area, The Beams Are Often Employed in Stacks of Two Or More. However, If an Intruder Is Aware of The Technology's Presence, It Can Be Avoided. The Technology Can Be an Effective Long-Range Detection System, If Installed in Stacks of Three Or More Where the Transmitters and Receivers Are Staggered to Create A Fence-Like Barrier. Systems Are Available for Both Internal and External Applications. To Prevent A Clandestine Attack Using A Secondary Light Source Being Used to Hold the Detector in A Sealed Condition Whilst an Intruder Passes Through, Most Systems Use and Detect A Modulated Light Source.

    Glass-Break Detection

    The Glass-Break Detector May Be Used For Internal Perimeter Building Protection. Glass-Break Acoustic Detectors Are Mounted in Close Proximity to The Glass Panes and Listen for Sound Frequencies Associated with Glass Breaking.

    Seismic Glass-Break Detectors, Generally Referred to As Shock Sensors, Are Different in That They Are Installed on The Glass Pane. When Glass Breaks It Produces Specific Shock Frequencies Which Travel Through the Glass and Often Through the Window Frame and The Surrounding Walls and Ceiling. Typically, The Most Intense Frequencies Generated Are Between 3 And 5 Khz, Depending on The Type of Glass and The Presence of a Plastic Interlayer. Seismic Glass-Break Detectors Feel These Shock Frequencies and In Turn Generate an Alarm Condition.

    Smoke, Heat, And Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    Most Systems May Also Be Equipped With Smoke, Heat, And/or Carbon Monoxide Detectors. These Are Also Known As 24-Hour Zones (Which Are on At All Times). Smoke and Heat Detectors Protect from The Risk of Fire Using Different Detection Methods. Carbon Monoxide Detectors Help Protect from The Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. Although An Intruder Alarm Panel May Also Have These Detectors Connected, It May Not Meet All The Local Fire Code Requirements Of A Fire Alarm System.


    Home Theater

    True Entertainment

    A Home Theater Is A Combination of Audio and Video Components Designed to Recreate the Experience of Seeing Movies in A Theater.

    A Home Theater In A Box (HTIB) Is An Integrated Home Theater Package Which "Bundles" Together A Combination DVD Or Blu-Ray Player, A Multi-Channel Amplifier (Which Includes A Surround Sound Decoder, A Radio Tuner, And Other Features), Speaker Wires, Connection Cables, A Remote Control, A Set Of Five Or More Surround Sound Speakers And A Low-Frequency Subwoofer Cabinet.

    Home Theater Included Contain:

      1. Projector Screen (As Require Size)

      2. Projector

      3. HDMI Cable’s & Speaker Cable (OFC)

      4. AVR

      5. LCR Speaker

      6. Surround Speaker

      7. Atmos Speaker

      8. Blue-Ray Player / Fire Stick

      9. End to End Consultancy

    Acoustic Material


    PA System

    Longer & Louder

    A Public Address System (PA System) Is An Electronic System Comprising Microphones, Amplifiers, Loudspeakers, And Related Equipment. It Increases The Apparent Volume (Loudness) Of A Human Voice, Musical Instrument, Or Other Acoustic Sound Source Or Recorded Sound Or Music. PA Systems Are Used in Any Public Venue That Requires That an Announcer, Performer, Etc. Be Sufficiently Audible at A Distance or Over A Large Area. Typical Applications Include Sports Stadiums, Public Transportation Vehicles And Facilities, And Live Or Recorded Music Venues And Events. A PA System May Include Multiple Microphones Or Other Sound Sources, A Mixing Console To Combine And Modify Multiple Sources, And Multiple Amplifiers And Loudspeakers For Louder Volume Or Wider Distribution.

    Simple PA Systems Are Often Used in Small Venues Such as School Auditoriums, Churches, And Small Bars. PA Systems With Many Speakers Are Widely Used To Make Announcements In Public, Institutional And Commercial Buildings And Locations—Such As Schools, Stadiums, And Passenger Vessels And Aircraft. Intercom Systems, Installed in Many Buildings, Have Both Speakers Throughout A Building, And Microphones in Many Rooms So Occupants Can Respond to Announcements. PA And Intercom Systems Are Commonly Used As Part Of An Emergency Communication System.


    Gate Automation

    Entrance Security

    An Electric Gate Is An Entrance Gate Which Can Be Opened And Closed Via An Electric Powered Mechanism.

    Driveway Gate Openers Can Be the Rollback (Sliding) Type That Re-Tracks A Gate Along the Fence or Wall on Wheels or Bearing, Or the Swing Type That Draws the Gate Open or Closed on Hinges. The Most Popular Electric Gates for Residential Properties Are Swing Gates.

    Operation of Gate Automation

    An automatic boom barrier can be operated through:

      1.Push button

      2.Remote control

      3.RFID tags / RFID reader

      4.Loop detectors

      5.Photo-electronic sensors

      6.Any third party access control device


    Boom Barrier

    Entrance Security

    A boom barrier, also known as a Boom Gate, is a bar, or pole pivoted to allow the Boom to block vehicular or pedestrian access through a Controlled Point.

    There Are Various Technologies for An Automatic Boom Barrier. One of Them Is Electro-Mechanical, Which Is Widely Used Due to Its Reliability. The Other Technologies Are Often Manufacturer Specific. These Electro-Mechanical Devices Come With 24VDC Drive Units Which Can Run Continuously Without Generating Heat, So Electro-Mechanical Boom Barriers Can Be Operated Continuously and In an Intensive Duty Cycle.

    Operation of Automatic Boom Barrier

    An Automatic Boom Barrier Can Be Operated Through:

      1. Push Button

      2. Remote Control

      3. RFID Tags / RFID Reader

      4. Loop Detectors

      5. Photo-Electronic Sensors

      6. Any Third-Party Access Control Device


    Light & Home Automation

    Smart Way to Control Home & Office

    Home Automation Or Domestics Is Building Automation For A Home, Called A Smart Home Or Smart House. A Home Automation System Will Control Lighting, Climate, Entertainment Systems, And Appliances. It May Also Include Home Security Such as Access Control and Alarm Systems. When Connected With The Internet, Home Devices Are An Important Constituent Of The Internet Of Things.

    A Home Automation System Typically Connects Controlled Devices to A Central Hub Or "Gateway". The User Interface For Control Of The System Uses Either Wall-Mounted Terminals, Tablet Or Desktop Computers, A Mobile Phone Application, Or A Web Interface, That May Also Be Accessible Off-Site Through The Internet.

    • Types of Home Automation.

      1. Local Control Base Automation (Over the Local Wi-Fi We Can Control Via Mobile App or Keypad).

      2. Remote Control Base Automation (Over the Data We Can Control Via Mobile App).

      3. Voice Control Automation (Over the Wi-Fi & Data We Can Control Via Mobile App & Voice by Alexa & Google).

    Home Automation May Seem Like A Thing of The Future, But It Is A Feature That Anyone Can Add to Their Home. To Do That, You’ll Need to Have the Right Smart Home Technology. We Are Here to Help. Our Reliable and Affordable Smart Home Systems Can Supercharge Your Home with Smart Light Control, Thermostat Control, Remote Door Locks, And More. You Can Enjoy These Features for Your Home When You Purchase A Plan That Features Automation. You’ll Find That Automated Home Control Is the Perfect Solution for Your Busy Lifestyle and That It Will Be Invaluable in Helping You Save Precious Time, Energy, And Money.

    Home Automation Is Surprisingly Simple and Doesn’t Require Much Technical Knowledge. In Fact, If You Can Use A Smartphone, Then You’ll Be Able to Lock Your Doors from Anywhere in The Country or Even from Across the World. There Are Many Benefits to Having A Smart House. Home Automation Is One of The Best Ways to Ensure That Your Home Is Safe and Properly Secured, No Matter the Time or Where You Are. Your Personalized System Will Allow You to Not Only Check That Doors Are Closed and Locked, But It Will Also Help You Turn Lights on And Off When You Are Not There to Do It in Person. Our Systems Will Also Help Homeowners Save Money and Energy.

    While There Are Many Competing Vendors, There Are Very Few Worldwide Accepted Industry Standards and The Smart Home Space Is Heavily Fragmented. Manufacturers Often Prevent Independent Implementations by Withholding Documentation and By Litigation.


    Lan & Wifi Solution

    Strong Network for Strong Need

    A Local Area Network (LAN) Is A Computer Network That Interconnects Computers Within A Limited Area Such as A Residence, School, Laboratory, University Campus or Office Building.

    In Computer Networking, A Wireless Access Point (WAP), Or More Generally Just Access Point (AP), Is A Networking Hardware Device That Allows Other Wi-Fi Devices to Connect to A Wired Network. The AP Usually Connects to A Router (Via A Wired Network) As A Standalone Device, But It Can Also Be an Integral Component of The Router Itself. An AP Is Differentiated from A Hotspot, Which Is the Physical Location Where Wi-Fi Access To A WLAN Is Available.

    Wireless Access Has Special Security Considerations. Many Wired Networks Base the Security on Physical Access Control, Trusting All the Users on The Local Network, But If Wireless Access Points Are Connected to The Network, Anybody Within Range of The AP (Which Typically Extends Farther Than the Intended Area) Can Attach to The Network.

    The Most Common Solution Is Wireless Traffic Encryption. Modern Access Points Come with Built-In Encryption. The First-Generation Encryption Scheme, WEP, Proved Easy to Crack; The Second and Third Generation Schemes, WPA And WPA2, Are Considered Secure If A Strong Enough Password or Passphrase Is Used.

    • Design & Consultancy

    • AMC Contract



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