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11th November 2014

Building on remote monitoring - Professional Security magazine

In this issue: Launch of Lodg:IC Intelligence Network.

Lodge Service has extended the range of services available over its web-based intelligence network to include fraud investigation and building management – such as for lighting, heating and ventilation – in addition to security and loss prevention.

Control of lights on site out of office hours can improve overall safety and security and also the total return on investment by reducing costs, says Simon Chapman, managing director of Lodge Service. The Lodg:IC network is managed from an intelligence centre at Redditch in Worcestershire and a Cat 2 alarm centre in Accrington, Lancashire.

Lodg:IC Services:

  1. Remote monitoring & access control: CCTV, EPoS, RFID, intruder & fire alarm monitoring and management from intelligence centre
  2. Incident Management Systems: Post incident verification and escalation. SMART alerts by phone and messaging
  3. 24-7 on-site response: Key holding; emergency team response & services repair, including alarms and security assisted deliveries
  4. BMS (Building Management Services): Lighting & HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Con) monitoring & control for cost savings
  5. Guarding, Detection & Security Investigations: Guards; stores detectives; vulnerability testing; security & fraud audit & investigation
  6. Transport and Supply Chain Security: Vehicle tracking, access & egress; DCD lone worker systems; RFID tracking; site security monitoring
  7. Security Technology Integration: Integration and installation of web-enabled security, fire and BMS systems
  8. Business data analysis: Data mining, management & reporting. Security, management, marketing data
  9. Planning & Training: Security audits & planning; contingency planning; and disaster recovery
  10. Policing & Government Services: Experienced ex-Police Officers supplied for short term resourcing - all specialisations

See full article in Professional Security magazine

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