Physical Security Systems
Protecting critical resources and equipment is the key component of an effective physical security program. Tracking the physical locations and movement of assets, resources, and data ensures that information remains secure and personnel are safe from known and unknown threats. Securing the data in place is not enough. Stringent access control must be established, monitored, and maintained while still allowing for rapid flow of communication and easy entry/exit to physical and virtual locations.
Our team secures our clients’ resources in secure facilities and provides solid and flexible designs incorporating the following safety features and security measures:
- Access control systems (door contacts, card readers, electrified hinges, license plate readers)
- Cameras (CCTV, dome, IP PTZ, IP fixed, DVR)
- Intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS)
- Physical barriers (vehicle, bollards, gate arm housing, gate arm)
- Security locks and locking devices (mortise locks)
- Inventory Tracking Systems (assets - autos, hardware, software, ammunition; technologies - RFID active/passive tags, cellular, WIFI, satellite)
- Protective lighting
- Intercom systems
Our Physical Security Projects include:
Xpect Solutions is currently performing installation services for security equipment at the National Institute of Health (NIH) for multiple institutes. Our skilled technicians are CRC JHACO certified and accredited, required for specialized health care facilities, such as Building 10/CRC. Our tasks have included installing four waist high turnstiles along perimeter to replace aging existing turnstiles. We have also installed cables and devices at numerous buildings on the NIH campus, including cameras and devices such as card readers, door contacts, electrified hinges, mortise locks, panic devices, IP fixed cameras and IP PTZ cameras.
Xpect Solutions' project at the CIT Rockledge Building includes the installation of multiple fixed dome cameras, an Airship 8 Channel NVR, and Andover security panels, and connection of the existing 2 Factor Keypads to the new security panel and access control doors. The project also includes reconnecting door access control.