A question I am often asked is whether you need to have a detector in every room for your alarm system. The answer is an emphatic “NO” It’s about balancing risk and cost. The risks are the rooms likely to be a point of entry for a burglar, and the rewards available in that room […]
This is a job in Southsea which we had to place on the backburner during lockdown, but we’ve now completed it. We were asked to replace the old ageing video entry system, with something more modern. The cabling in the building was sound, so we utliised the CDVI 2Easy system. Just two of the existing […]
A couple of years ago, we found a voucher deal for an annual pass to Thorpe Park – £25 per person. So we forked out for these for the whole family. Off we went, and we’re queuing for Nemesis Inferno, when a group of older teen males came up the queue, with the obligatory “Scuse, […]
Back at the start of this pandemic, we saw footage of the Chinese authorities using handheld temperature sensors to check whether their citizens had a fever. This technology has now made its way to the UK, in the form of the ACTC Face Recognition Temperature Indicator Camera. This tablet shaped device has a high accuracy […]
Moving house? Such a stressful time, when you’re finally in, you want to relax. But there’s one more thing you really need to do. Change the locks. You don’t know who has keys to your home, and most insurers won’t pay out for burglary if the burglars used keys to get in.
We’ve done a few Zoom sessions over the course of the lockdown, where we tell you all the things we look at when we’re asked to improve someone’s home security. They’ve always been well received, so we’re doing another one this Friday at 2:00pm. By the end of it, you’ll have the knowledge to look […]