CCTV and Surveillance Systems
24 hours monitoring of the sensitive areas of the building with digital recording. This enables the security to monitor each every activity that is happening in the premises (at the common areas), which will help in controlling crimes and adds security. Bond Communications provides solutions for monitoring critical areas, be it a VIP security area, a construction site, home, office, public areas or any other place using IP based and analogue cameras. The video from these cameras could be recorded for any required number of days locally or on a central location using Ethernet or Service Provider lines on Digital Versatile Recorders with additional features like motion detection, high compression of video signals etc using the latest video compression technologies in various video formats. With the use of high sensitivity, low lux, high resolution and IR cameras, the quality of the recorded video could be enhanced. Solutions for monitoring the cameras using Internet Explorer and integrating the Cameras with various other systems like BMS, People Counting, Access Control etc are also provided.
CCTV, Closed Circuit Television, is today rapidly becoming a key component in modern security systems. Bond offers fully integrated and flexible CCTV surveillance monitored from one central control point to ensure safe and controlled environment to you and guests and to prevent unauthorized access to your premises.
With one person monitoring from central control point a series of events happening simultaneously, the system provides cost effective productivity as well as higher standard of safety. The system enables security to monitor every zone in the building.
Bond offers cameras that can be placed virtually anywhere out of the public eyes so that the people are not aware of its existence. Bond had the capability and experience to research, design and develop CCTV systems specific to your needs.Bond’s solutions of Analog CCTV and IP based cameras have established them as proven and secure solutions for remotely monitoring property and people. Using Bond's network video products within a surveillance system allows live or recorded digital video to be accessed from anywhere across the Local Area Network (LAN), or the Internet. Used within a broad range of industries, such as hotels, retailing and banking, Bonds IP-Surveillance solutions are scalable and flexible, and provide the most reliable and cost-efficient way of accessing live and recorded digital video.
Four main areas identified:
- Web attraction: Publishing live images over the internet and intranet systems
- Remote Monitoring: Monitor office, buildings or people locally or remotely
- Security: Traditional CCTV security applications, protecting people and property
- Industrial: Monitor industrial process or technical equipment, integrating in your existing control system
Access Control Systems
Access control security systems monitor and control access to a given area; be it a room, a building or multiple buildings in distant areas. Access control security systems ensure that only approved personnel can gain access to restricted areas and only during certain time scales specified. In the most basic form, swipe cards are used to electronically permit access to restricted areas. When proximity cards are held against a proximity reader, the code is read and checked by the controller against a list of codes that have access in a split of a second. Touch less Biometric access control is the most sophisticated and secure form of access control. Biometrics Access Control system authenticate users by means of physical characteristics like fingerprints, face, palm, voice and retina patterns and removes the hassles of keys and troublesome passwords. They provide the highest level of identification security as the physical parameters are unique to each individual.
There are three different access control systems available from Bond Communications.
In the card-based system, the options are:
- Magnetic Stripe Card
- Proximity Card
In the new realm of Biometrics, Bond now offers:
- The Finger print Access Control System
The Finger print Access Control system takes advantage of the convenience of the human fingerprint, our unique keys, to provide irrefutable personal identification. It is a self-contained terminal that enrolls and verifies users, stores their fingerprint record, keeps transaction logs and interfaces with other units.
Using advanced computer techniques, the technology supersedes Keys, Cards, Secret passwords and PINs and provides a solution that cannot be forged, memorized, altered, stolen or duplicated. Each person has unique identification number that is used to call up their finger record for verification purpose. Just enter your number and you are authenticated within half a second.
The time and attendance and access control markets continue to experience significant growth in the use of biometric devices. Used in conjunction with labor management software, biometric devices can make a considerable contribution to the reduction of labor costs in an organization. A company's line management can eliminate card fraud and also monitor its staff's attendance in real-time. Supervisors can run a report at any time to determine which employees arrived late or are absent and follow up accordingly.
The system is easy to use. Employees punch in their number and present their hand. The number retrieves the stored template and their identity is automatically verified. The reader shows an indicator light and emits a beep to indicate an 'accept' or 'decline' signal.
Beyond being a time and attendance clock, the biometric reader also has data management keys that allow for labor cost transfers when employees punch. Thus employees' labor cost can be allocated to a new cost centre as they clock on duty.
The Device can be installed as a stand-alone unit, networked or used with a modem. It can be fixed or portable and has multiple serial and parallel communication interfaces as well as Alarm Inputs and Outputs.
The System cost-effectively reduces risk, limits liability, and provides protection and privacy for all concerned and also eliminates the possibility of "Buddy Punching" in time and attendance situations.IP cameras
Connect your networked video products directly to a computer network or modem, and you'll have access to live video streams directly from your desktop using a standard Web browser. You can set up the system to save the video data to a file server at certain time intervals or when motion is detected, for later viewing and analysis. Share the images with a small working group or with the whole Internet community.
Axis IP-Surveillance technology offers more cost-efficient, future-proof solutions that bridge the technological gap between the analog and digital worlds. Axis network camera and video server solutions are ideal for sharing high-quality video streams over existing computer networks. Superior to analog video solutions, Axis IP-Surveillance means reliable and distributed access or recording of high-quality digital images.
Some of the product features that can be used in your application include:
- Alarm motion detection
- Video recording
- E-mail notification
- Analog video output
- Remote camera operation for wide/detailed views
- Pan/Tilt/Zoom control
- Full stream video
Connect an Axis network camera directly to your computer network and show live images to the whole Internet community. Make personal homepages or commercial Web sites come alive. Camera images are an increasingly popular method for bringing visitors back to a Web site.
Some of the product features that can be used in your application include:
- Outdoor use
- Connection via LAN/modem/wireless adapter
Possibility to add audio capabilities
Parking, Barriers and Control Systems
Biometric Access Control and Time and Attendance
Biometric units can be used for time and attendance as well as access control. This system can be integrated with the payroll software, which enables an easy preparation of the monthly payroll. Also the system can restrict unauthorized access. The ideal system for access control, no false attendance, no unauthorized access, only your finger works, nothing else.
Panic Alarm & Door Alarm
Door Access Systems
Asset Tagging and Tracking
Unauthorized movement of valuable assets is monitored and controlled by state-of-the-art RFid technology to protect high-value items in the hotel. The system sends a pre-defined warning to the administrator, security guard, or any other hotel staff describing the violation. The same system is also used to monitor staff and evaluate their performance including response time to a guest’s room service order. The system is usually integrated into the access control network providing the hotel management better control of all assets including human.
Resource management and Tracking Systems
Resource Management and Tracking system can be used to enhance the IT departments to manage the resources ranging from audio/visual equipments to any other eclectically powered equipment. The system helps to keep a log of the full equipments and room usage log & status which in turn help in any preventative maintenance, theft and tracking the location of the equipments. The system can notify the system administrator about the new recruitments and helps making reports. It can send alarms to designated people on the equipment being faulty, running out of life, or when it moves out of the designated location.
Integrated Security Management Systems
The state of art system solutions offering unique integration capabilities on one platform of the following security parameters for effective centralized management control:
- Digital video systems including wireless COFDM & Network cameras.
- Advanced Access Control including biometrics solutions such as Face capture and recognition.
- Vehicular Traffic & Logistics management including License Plate recognition, GIS and GPS integration.
- Data tracking for suspected information on traffic flow & crowd places.
- Object Tracking for suspected articles and persons in public places.
- Interface to various measurement systems and detectors, panic and duress sensors.