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Take the next best step in securing your facility

It’s great to be able to use your smartphone or tablet to check in on your facility, review activity or stay in touch with what’s going on in general. But what happens when there’s an actual break-in or other incident that requires police response or other urgent follow-up? That’s exactly why you need professional central station monitoring services from APL Access & Security.

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Technology multipliers create effective barriers

There isn’t one single security technology that can do it all. That’s why professional systems integration companies like APL Access & Security always rely on a successful decades-old-approach to security: layering detection and creating physical barriers, starting from the outside and moving to interior spaces.

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Integrated solutions save energy and boost business processes

Physical security today extends beyond the realm of intrusion detection, access control, surveillance and traditional hardware components. Today, it’s possible to leverage simple techniques to help automate the business while adding operational improvements, greater efficiencies and cost savings.

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APL Access & Security helps you navigate the latest technology

With more than 30 years in the business, APL Access & Security’s longevity in the security marketplace speaks to our mission to address and evaluate new technology, while still presenting the best solution for customers in every vertical. The competencies, credentials and industry specific certifications we hold are core to our ability to target to your specific market and challenges.

Security has been elevated to a more significant stature than ever, with the ability to integrate new services and technologies that meet your growing business or address new needs. As technology continues its transformation, we stay ahead of the curve to service you better. Here are five trends we see shaping security in 2017:

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Now you can leverage cameras for more than security

Video surveillance continues its rapid mainstream march—with internet Protocol (IP) network cameras accounting for 53 percent of all CCTV shipped in 2015 and one billion active camera streams forecast by 2020. Intelligent analytics are producing more data from cameras, and that information can be leveraged for additional functionality beyond security prevention, detection and identification.

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