Lodge extends security network

Posted On 22 Apr 2014
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Lodge Service has extended its intelligence network, Lodg:IC, into mainland Europe for central monitoring, control and planning of security and property services. The network meets protection, loss prevention and resource allocation needs in the UK of property management companies. Simon Chapman, managing director of Lodge Service says:” We’re working with UK clients across Europe and now have security staff in Germany, Austria and Eastern Europe. The Lodg:IC network offers businesses strategic control through centralised management of security, power and other buildings’ resources, as well as of staff and vehicles.” Remote technology to monitor and manage premises, staff and vehicle fleets is combined in a network with on-site security guarding, investigations, screening and other personnel services to meet the needs of corporate users through a single source. Almost any system or service that is web-enabled can be supported. The software and hardware platform enables users to monitor people, premises and other assets in real time, with alerts to a smartphone, tablet or other selected device. The centre offers connectivity through multiple platforms for alarm communication, from WebWayOne to BT Redcare, and CSL Dualcom to Sur-gard Receivers. CCTV connections are supported via Immix, Sureview International.

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