Access & security systems

Being able to easily keep track of who is in your property is becoming increasingly important in times of events that just a few decades ago would have been unthinkable.

Access systems are not only about providing security and protecting material values - in various forms, they are just as much about sustainability and, not least, convenience in everyday life. An important function of an access system is also to minimize energy consumption, for example by adapting lighting, ventilation and temperatures to the presence in the premises. Here, modern technology offers unprecedented opportunities.

Integrating access control systems with alarms, surveillance cameras, entry phones, information boards and various building automation solutions is becoming more and more common and provides maximum visibility of the technology in the buildings. But because each company's needs are unique, we always start by listening to you before making a proposal based on future-proof, easy-to-manage solutions. Conditions and needs can change quickly - and we want you to have freedom of action. 

Burglar alarms - Access systems - Fire alarms - Camera surveillance - Entry phones - Booking boards - Security alarms for lone workers - Mobile control - Systematic fire protection work (SBA) - Data networks - Locks & fittings - Door automation - Building automation - Service agreements 


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Frequently asked questions

Two laws regulate camera surveillance - the Camera Surveillance Act and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For private individuals monitoring their own property, no special permission is required. Simply put, the law applies to places where the public has access. You have the right to monitor your own property, but monitoring the street outside requires a permit. However, it is important to note that even if permission is not required under the Camera Surveillance Act, it does not necessarily mean that it is allowed under the GDPR.

The choice of a security camera depends entirely on where it will be placed, e.g. outdoors or indoors. What you want to see, when you want to see it, the distance to what you want to see and whether you want to look at several different things with one camera. Lighting conditions are very important for your choice of camera, and if there is a risk of the camera being damaged, this should also be taken into account.

There is no exact time specified in the law. The law says the shortest possible time. The European Data Protection Board recommends three days. But if there is a concrete need for a longer period, it may be allowed.

Today, the vast majority of camera surveillance systems support apps. You can also receive push notifications in the app if the camera detects movement in the image or if the camera loses connection with the network. A prerequisite is of course that the camera is connected to the internet.

Yes, there are cameras that can be connected via Wi-Fi. The recommendation is to use wired systems. In a home environment, Wi-Fi can work satisfactorily, but outdoors and in shops, for example, a wired connection is usually a better option. Consider the power supply, even if the camera is connected via Wi-Fi, it needs power. There are good battery-powered cameras, but remember to charge them. Some simple battery-powered cameras stop working completely when it's really cold. If the camera is connected to the network via cable, it can also be powered via the network cable, Power over Ethernet (PoE).

There are cameras with a day/night function. In daylight or good lighting you get a color image. The night function means that the camera can see infrared light and you get a good black and white image. Lighting with IR light is not visible to the human eye so you can illuminate an area without disturbing the surroundings.

Yes, absolutely. Just keep in mind that it usually requires some kind of subscription. But the advantage is that in the event of a burglary or fire, the films remain in the cloud.

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