Surveillance Cameras: We provide professional installation and maintenance of video surveillance and security equipment including cameras and recorders.
Serving the Southeast since 1984.
 

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>Expert Help

Let our experienced sales team help design a surveillance camera system that works for you.


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>Customize

Every surveillance camera system is unique. We have the right equipment to customize your security to meet your needs!


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Surveillance Camera and Monitor Screen
External Surveillance Camera

>Innovative

What we install contains state of the art surveillance camera equipment capable of extremely high resolution to record and clearly identify security issues for you.


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>Responsive

We are locally owned and managed. As a result we take pride in quickly identifying the source of any problems and quickly repairing and replacing any defective surveillance camera components.


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    Illegal dumping is a problem in many cities around the world and enforcing laws to prevent it can be quite difficult and resource-intensive. New Orleans has taken a technology-based approach to tackling the problem, and it's working.
  • Tennessee county to focus on physical security for November election poll sites September 17, 2020
    The Hamilton County Election Commission in Tennessee plans to utilize money from the Federal Cares Act to focus on physical security in time for the November election.
  • Delaware's Department of Corrections opens Intelligence Operations Center September 14, 2020
    Delaware's state correctional leaders opened the Department of Correction Intelligence Operations Center (IOC). The statewide facility will be operated by the Special Operations Group within the Bureau of Prisons. The IOC positions will allow the DOC to identify security threats from across facilities, assess them, and proactively act to mitigate those risks.  
  • Portland passes strict facial recognition technology ban September 14, 2020
    In Oregon, the Portland City Council passed legislation, which bans both city government agencies and private businesses from using facial recognition technology on the city’s grounds.
  • Americans willing to pay more for increased security at public venues September 11, 2020
    In the 19 years that have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have seen significant increases in counterterrorism security in public venues, including more security guards, closed-circuit TV cameras, metal detectors and bag checks. A study by the USC Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) finds out that people are still […]