TGSI offers the latest in IP CCTV surveillance systems with high quality digital cameras and Network Video recorders (NVRs) to secure your premises, inside and out. Advanced features such as face recognition, or Infrared cameras and motion control can be provided. Video time stamp allows you to retract any incident up to the second.

An Integrated Building Management System (BMS), offers major energy savings for the office building, where resources can be turned on and off automatically or manually to react to building occupancy or safety conditions. For example the BMS can turn all HVAC and lighting off after working hours or holidays and can control cooling and heating temperatures during normal operation.

Today’s businesses small or large need to project to their customers a professional environment. Audio Visual solutions for executive meeting rooms and executive briefing center, relay a powerful message that helps secure your business. Conference rooms can be set with advance lighting systems, retractable screens and projectors and audio systems. All can be set with a push of a button from a touch screen and according to pre-set specifications.

Access control systems from TGSI will secure all doors and conference rooms, data rooms, financial record rooms to meet your needs. Access control devices range from card readers, to finger scan and can be integrated with the rest of the building management system to provide automatic lock down or release of valuable assets.

Fire Fighting System is a system of equipment used to prevent, extinguish, localize, or block fires in enclosed spaces. Automatic fire-fighting systems are installed in buildings and rooms where the fire hazard is comparatively high. A distinction is made between systems that are actuated automatically and operate according to a predetermined program and those that are actuated by an operator; the former are called automatic fire protection systems, the latter fire protection units. An automatic fire-fighting system includes a sensor capable of detecting combustion, alarm signaling devices, fire-extinguishing equipment, starting and stopping devices, and feeders for the fire-extinguishing substance; in some cases, it includes control equipment for the production process being protected. Atomizers, foam generators, and pipe nozzles form and direct the stream of the fire-extinguishing substance, which may be a liquid, foam, powder, or gas. Fire-extinguishing substances are fed into the system from a centralized supply, such as a water supply, or from self-contained or combined feeders.

The most widely used systems employ water (sprinkler and drenching systems), carbon dioxide, aerosols, or powders. A sprinkler system consists of a grid of pipelines located on the ceiling of the room, with sprinkler heads attached to the pipes by threaded connections. The opening of a sprinkler is kept closed by a disk held in a closed position by a thermal lock. If the room temperature rises to a specified point, the lock is destroyed and the disk opens, admitting water to the room.
Drenching systems, which use nozzles without thermal locks, are actuated either by a sprinkler installed in a trigger air line or by a cable-type thermal lock. Automatic fire protection systems are classified according to the time elapsed between the start of the fire and the actuation of the system as ultrahigh-speed (to 0.1 sec), high-speed (to 3 sec), and standard (to 180 sec). The fire-extinguishing substance can be applied for periods ranging from 30 sec to 60 min.

A Fire Alarm system integrated with the BMS, can shut down elevators and HVAC systems automatically and prevent smoke from circulating in the building. Notification to local maintenance or remote help can be triggered to send alerts in case of a fire.

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