CCTV SECURITY CAMERA MONITORING SYSTEMS
CCTV (closed-circuit television) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored and recorded, primarily for surveillance and security purposes using strategically placed cameras and observing the cameras’ feed on monitors elsewhere.
MFP installs CCTV systems used for:
- Traffic monitoring.
- Building and grounds security.
Obtaining a visual record of activities in situations where it is necessary to maintain proper security or access controls in banks, casinos, airports, hotels and others.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
RFID tags are intelligent bar codes that can talk to a networked system to track products.
This technology is employed in industries to perform tasks like;
- Inventory management.
- Personnel and Asset tracking.
- Supply chain management.
- Counterfeit prevention.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Automatic fire alarm systems often play a major role in loss prevention during a fire emergency. These systems can be just as complicated as they are important.
The basic purpose of an automatic fire alarm system is to detect a fire in its early stages, notify the building occupants that there is a fire emergency and report the emergency to first responders.
AUDIO-VISUAL SYSTEMS FOR CORPORATE OFFICES
Whether you need a simple screen and projector, to a full featured networked, touch sensitive display. We can customize an Audio-Visual system for your office. This includes video conferencing, screen sharing and 24 hrs reception advertising visuals.
BMS (Building Management Systems)
A Building Management System is a control system that is used to monitor and manage the mechanical, electrical and electromechanical services in a facility. Such services can include power, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, physical access control, pumping stations, elevators and lights.
To increase operational and energy efficiency, you are looking for new ways to make managing your facility easier. MFP can successfully integrate, install and maintain building management systems and provide life cycle support for facilities like yours, making it easier to increase comfort, safety and security for your occupants.
Access control is a way of limiting access to a system or to physical or virtual resources. It is a process by which users are granted access and certain privileges to systems, resources or information.
In access control systems, users must present credentials (such as a key card, thumbprint, PIN, two-factor authentication) before they can be granted access.
Access control can be used in office buildings, hospitals and hotels.