Whenever our clients come to us with unusual requirements or challenges, we engage our innovation team to design either an enhancement to an existing product or a completely new system. It’s this dedication to innovative solutions that has set us apart for more than 30 years.
Here are just a few of the unique projects we’ve worked on:
Construction Site City Wide Temporary Access Control
Biometric finger print access control and Time & Attendance spread over a city.
Sometimes you need to be able to track personnel working hours and ensure certification compliance accurately where the workforce is spread over a city. In addition,FULL CASE STUDY
Construction Site ANPR with no Power or Comms
Two challenging problems, one elegant green solution.
When one of our clients was ready to commence construction of a new Energy from Waste facility, they were faced with a major hurdle.
The site was just a field at the side of a typical A road in the middle of open countryside.FULL CASE STUDY
Road Construction Site Access Control with no Barriers
Technology to maintain Roll Call and Time-sheet data, where no physical turnstiles can be installed.
SafetyNet Security Group were asked to deploy security guards to control access and maintain staff safety on the Birmingham A38 Tunnels essential refurbishment works completed by Amey.FULL CASE STUDY
Rail Construction Site Enforcing Work Hours Rules
Technology to ensure workers comply with working hours and rest period H&S regulations.
Due to the high risk working environment, Network Rail impose strict rules on a construction operative’s work hours and rest periods. Rail contractors typically enforce this with a paper based system or by manually calculating it from a standard time &FULL CASE STUDY
Construction Site In The Field, Remote Clocking Point
Biometric finger print authentication for time-keeping in remote “zero-infrastructure” sites
Sometimes you need to be able to track personnel working hours and certification requirements accurately where the infrastructure required to run an access control system cannot be provided. In addition,FULL CASE STUDY