Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a set of design principles used to discourage crime. See how its four main principles can help you improve your building security.
Thousands more cameras are being rolled out in Auckland on a centralised CCTV network. Auckland Transport are open to letting police view live feeds but the facial recognition software is not currently being used – click here for more
Insight EDS has just rolled out a Hosted Enterprise System at 33 Federal St. It integrates automation, intercom, CCTV systems, alarm & intrusion features. Different tenants on different floors can run their own security independently yet be part of the main building’s security. Check it out
A regular camera service gives you the peace of mind that your camera system is doing the job that you installed it for. Insight EDS has specialist servicing equipment that ensures a professional clean & service . Click here for more info
We can help keep your staff safe as we progress through the Alert Levels. We now have a Camera System that can identify COVID-19 by using a thermal screening solution combined with facial recognition. Check it out here
Security Camera catches bank robbers evading police. Classic security camera action. You never know what your security cameras will capture. Hilarious.
Tech companies are speedily developing new software & security technology to help track, manage and contain the Coronavirus – Some cities in China are already using ‘Real Name’ apps for identification on public transport systems
Check out this burglar caught on security camera. The CCTV system donated to local Football Club proves it’s worth again. Images on social media and community working together to ensure stolen property recovered.
The school holiday period has always seen an increase in burglaries for home and business. Take note of these easy security tips and don’t get grinched this season – check them out on this blog
An oldie but a goodie. Check out this CCTV camera video of a police car being hit in a chase in Auckland.