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Security Systems

Whether it’s your home or business, we all take comfort in knowing that what we care about is safe and secure. You may not be able to be on guard 24-hours a day, but thanks to CCTV cameras and other security systems such as Access Control and Burglary alarm, you can protect what matters to you, without the ongoing expense of employing a security firm. OS SYSTEMS Ltd also provides a visible deterrent to intruders, while the modern technology used in many security camera systems today means you can integrate your cameras with your TV, PC, smartphone and tablet.

Fire Alarm System

A Fire Alarm System is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes. In general, a fire alarm system is either classified as automatic, manually activated, or both. Fire alarms can be used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency through Fire Alarm Sounders, urgent emergency services, and to prepare the structure and associated systems to control the spread of fire and smoke. Choosing the right fire protection solution is critical to ensuring your facility is appropriately protected. OS SYSTEMS Ltd. engineers expertly manufacture an extensive selection of products to cover wide range of applications


Smart House Solution

Home automation refers to the use of computer and information technology to control home appliances and features (such as windows or lighting). Systems can range from simple remote control of lighting through to complex computer/micro-controller based networks with varying degrees of intelligence and automation.


Home automation is adopted for reasons of ease, security and energy efficiency. As the number of controllable devices in the home rises, interconnection and communication becomes a useful and desirable feature. For example, a furnace can send an alert message when it needs cleaning, or a refrigerator when it needs service. If no one is supposed to be home and the alarm system is set, the home automation system could call the owner, or the neighbors, or an emergency number if an intruder is detected.


In simple installations, automation may be as straightforward as turning on the lights when a person enters the room. In advanced installations, rooms can sense not only the presence of a person inside but know who that person is and perhaps set appropriate lighting, temperature, music levels or television channels, taking into account the day of the week, the time of day, and other factors.


Home automation can also provide a remote interface to home appliances or the automation system itself, to provide control and monitoring on a smartphone or web browser.


An example of remote monitoring in home automation could be triggered when a smoke detector detects a fire or smoke condition, causing all lights in the house to blink to alert any occupants of the house to the possible emergency. If the house is equipped with a home theater, a home automation system can shut down all audio and video components to avoid distractions, or make an audible announcement.


The system could also call the home owner on their mobile phone to alert them, or call the fire department or alarm monitoring company.


Building Automation and Management System

Building Automation Systems (BAS) are centralized, interlinked, networks of hardware and software, which monitor and control the environment in commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. While managing various building systems, the automation system ensures the operational performance of the facility as well as the comfort and safety of building occupants.


Generally, building automation begins with control of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems. For instance, the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system is almost always controlled, including control of its various pieces of equipment such as:

  • Chillers

  • Boilers

  • Air Handling Units (AHUs)

  • Roof-top Units (RTUs)

  • Fan Coil Units (FCUs)

  • Heat Pump Units (HPUs)

  • Variable Air Volume boxes (VAVs)

  • Lighting control is, likewise, low-hanging fruit for optimizing building performance.


Other systems that are often controlled and/or brought under a complete automation system include:

  • Power monitoring

  • Security

  • Close circuit video (CCTV)

  • Access Control and Burglary Alarm System

  • Fire alarm system

  • Elevators/escalators

  • Plumbing and water monitoring


Depending on the requirements, OS SYSTEMS Ltd. can provide with standalone or integrated with other monitoring programs systems.

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