Access Control

  • Identification admission applications utilised for controlled access to restricted areas of entry

Time and Attendance

  • Provides accurate proof of employee attendance
  • Excellent for management of labour costs and payment reductions
  • Eliminates the risk of manual error
  • Fully compliant with SA Labour Regulations


  • Identification through set markers of individual biological traits utilising fingerprint readers or facial recognition units
  • Biological markers cannot be duplicated or lost
  • Superior security access measure which eliminates theft and fraud
  • Suitable for Time Recording and/or Access Control


  • Code-specific data verification linked to identity card access reader technology
  • Suitable for Time Recording and/or Access Control
  • Boom Gates and Vehicle Barriers
  • Monitors vehicle access to controlled entry and exit areas
  • Operates on horizontal and vertical pivotal positions
  • System technology utilises infrared beams, coils or raised/lowered bollards


  • Barrier arms restrict entry to one person at a time
  • Suitable for controlled pedestrian access or statistical data collection

Revolving Doors

  • This installation is suitable for controlling entry and exist pedestrian traffic flow in large buildings
  • The system supports energy efficiency and temperature control measurements

Man Traps or Air Locks

  • Installed with two sets of interlocking doors, operating independently of each other
  • Best suited for banks and high security buildings
  • The installation is also used to manage airflow restriction and temperature control

Spike Barriers

  • Comprised of embedded steel spikes which rise to prevent vehicle access
  • A popular security solution to manage traffic at casino and parking garages

Special Needs Gates

  • A user-friendly barrier designed to specific access and security specifications
  • Provides comfortable building access and assistance to people with special needs

Metal Detectors

  • Electronic detection systems installed in hand-held units or free-standing arched walk-ways
  • Suitable for high security access points in airports, banks, mines and restricted areas

Why do you need CCTV

60% of businesses in Ireland are affected by crime each year, and this costs over €10m, with a staggering 10% of business lost as a consequence of crime.
CCTV is a very powerful tool in the fight against crime. Not only does CCTV provide a fantastic visual deterrent – footage can be used to provide evidence against anti-social behaviour, theft, vandalism and burglary – saving you thousands in the long run.

  • CCTV helps to deter thieves
  • View remote locations, including multiple locations at once
  • Free Pro Surveillance software for remote viewing available for PC and Mac
  • Remote viewing apps available for iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows Phone
  • Safely monitor premises from a remote location
  • Provide CCTV evidence to the Gardaí to secure a prosecution