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Monitoring

Whether or not you’re there, knowing that someone is always keeping an eye on your most valued assets gives you peace of mind where and when you need it. A monitoring service provider is constantly ready to react if an incident occurs—like if a fire breaks out while you’re in the building or if someone tries to break in after hours.

Activo works with a ULC-listed monitoring company to provide 24/7/365 protection for our commercial clients from coast to coast. ULC listing gives you confidence that each element of the system you’re relying on to watch over and defend you has been engineered to meet the strictest quality and performance standards.

Our security specialists will work with you to create a tough and effective monitoring solution that meets your needs. We offer standard landline services, as well as cellular and IP backups. This ensures that, in the event that your primary connection is compromised, your monitoring provider will be able to notify you immediately.

Components

Access Control

Technologies like keypads, card readers, and biometric scanners enable you to control who can access particular areas of your physical facility.

Alarm Panels

These units, which are typically mounted to walls, are what connect your detection devices to the alarm and therefore the monitoring station.

CCTV

Surveillance cameras, whether analog or IP, let you keep an eye on specific areas around your building to monitor activities and maintain safety.

Applications

Intrusion Prevention

One of the primary functions of a monitoring system is to deter and catch burglars, thieves, and other unwelcome visitors. This can be done using CCTV cameras, motion detectors, intercoms, and alarms.

Medical

In hospitals, a monitoring system can include buttons installed in strategic locations that staff and patients can push in the event of an emergency. In factories and manufacturing settings, it can be set up to keep track of workers and let you know if something goes wrong. If, for example, a worker has an accident, a wearable monitoring device or tracking system can notify you if they stay lying down for too long or don’t check in at their regular interval.

Panic/Duress

These types of monitoring systems are especially useful when your staff’s roles require them to interact closely with other people (typically clients). If a situation is making your employees feel uncomfortable, they can alert the monitoring station to remain ready or dispatch immediate assistance.

Utility Alarm

Should something happen when your building is empty (like a pipe bursting after everyone has gone home), you want your monitoring station to know and be able to act immediately. They can get in touch with you and anyone else who should be contacted straight away, and they might notify the correct emergency personnel depending on how serious it is.

Why Choose Us?

Integrated Technologies & Networks

We build your network, putting the necessary hardware, software, network, and controls in place to make systems work harmoniously together.

Future-Ready Infrastructures

The Age of the Information Society is turning disparate platforms into interconnected, interoperable, and smart networks. We work with you to ensure you are able to take full advantage of emerging trends.

Lifecycle Support

Our highly trained and certified technicians monitor, maintain, and enhance your networking infrastructures throughout their lifecycles—saving you time and money while minimizing risk.

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