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Government and Municipal Solutions

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Specializing in Government and Military Security, Surveillance and Access Control

Municipalities or military bases are faced with challenging and multi-faceted risks. Security is essential to increase safety and protect environments from external and internal threats. Government facilities are typically not staffed in the same way as a business. ComTech uses integrated technology and provides safety for this challenging environment in multiple government facilities.

Analog based systems are no longer able to address the demands of our communication needs.  IP technology has advanced and boasts the capability to manage and control risks. Governments rely on advanced networked tools to leverage technology through video surveillance, analytics, access control, alarm management and VoIP.

 

Commercial Fire Alarm Systems

Fire alarm systems are required by law of all businesses, large or small. ComTech is proud to offer the advantage of combined integrated fire and security systems to save time and money and provide comprehensive protection.

Fire protection is comprised of detection and alerting, plus suppression. Smoke alarms, heat detectors and sprinkler detectors alert the call center if activated. ComTech’s monitoring center is on call 24/7, with technological redundancy to ensure that all calls will be received and immediate response taken. Choose from silent detection systems or systems with multiple alarms.

Fire suppression includes mandated manual fire extinguishers, sprinkler system and quick response by ComTech’s monitoring center to contact the fire department.

  • Wall-Mounted Pull Alarms
  • Manual Fire Extinguisher
  • Automated Heat Detectors
  • Automated Smoke Detectors
  • Automated Sprinkler Detectors
  • Sprinkler System

Access Control

Regulate door and elevator access to keep unauthorized personnel from intruding into sensitive environments. Provide additional protection for personnel, patients, records or dangerous media. Increase security levels without increasing security personnel. Secure access to such sensitive places as emergency areas, operating rooms, pharmacy and morgue.

ComTech’s professionals design with superior protection in mind, using the latest in technology. Door keys are easy to copy. Instead, protect sensitive environments with state of the art Access Control Systems using coded keypads, RF key fobs, magnetic strip reader cards, microchip-embedded smart cards, or biometric scanning.

A key card can be encrypted with user credentials or additional protective elements to protect against counterfeiting. Contactless access devices and readers operate on radio frequency (RF) transmission and have an almost infinite lifespan.

Advances in biometrics allow for accurate reading of an individual’s fingerprints, face, or eye patterns. Scanners collect information on 10 to 70 points, encrypt this information and then store it in a secure location. Use fingerprint scanners to provide additional protection for sensitive computers.

  • Microchipped Smart Cards
  • RF Key Fobs
  • Fingerprint Scanners
  • Retina Scanners

Security Surveillance

Surveillance cameras allow business owners and trusted personnel to manage more people and places simultaneously. Monitor activities from within the building, from home or from the main office.

Surveillance includes such options as internal closed circuit television (CCTV) or voice-over-internet protocol (VOIP) technology for remote viewing via computer.

National accounts benefit from surveillance by ‘keeping an eye’ on multiple locations. Large company security managers benefit from overviewing multiple places, inside and in the parking lot, loading docks and security gates. Company owners may overview select centers of operations or employees.

ComTech consultants design a comprehensive plan to suit the needs of the customer, work with architects to include wiring into the blueprint or design a retrofit plan. Then CommTech sends in their own licensed technicians to install and test the system. Commtech follows up with 24/7 customer service for guaranteed immediate response to needs or questions.

Quality is what counts in a surveillance system. The system is only as good as the quality of the picture. Can faces be seen clearly? Are the cameras stationed in the best position to view activities with clarity? ComTech’s experience makes the company an expert in superior surveillance security,

  • CCTV Internal Network Viewing
  • VOIP Remote Viewing
  • Covert (hidden) Cameras
  • Visible Deterrent Cameras
  • Infrared Surveillance
  • Audio Surveillance
  • Manage Multiple Locations

Security Systems

ComTech is a leader in coordination, installation and ongoing service of commercial and residential security systems. The purposes of a security system include protection against intruders, management of employees, surveillance against theft, protection of equipment and documents, limitation of access by unauthorized personnel, and remote viewing for any number of reasons.

ComTech clients include government installations, jails, hospitals and nursing centers, as well as commercial businesses and national accounts. Each customer has different needs. ComTech is up to the task for all of them.

Internal security comes in the form of surveillance cameras, gate systems, access controlled doors and elevators, fire protection, and inter-communication systems. External security includes outdoor surveillance, parking lot gates and strategic lighting.

ComTech is experienced in reviewing an entire business operation and providing a complete solution for optimum protection.

  • Protect Against Intruders
  • Manage Employees
  • Protect Against Theft
  • Protect Sensitive Equipment or Documents
  • Limit Unauthorized Personnel
  • Remote Viewing
  • Strategic Lighting Deters Criminals
  • Communicate To The General Public
  • Communicate With Employees and Patients

Structured Cabling

Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that
consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems.

Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:

  • Entrance Facilities are where the building interfaces with the outside world.
  • Equipment Rooms host equipment which serve the users inside the building.
  • Telecommunications Rooms house telecommunication equipment which connect the backbone and the horizontal cabling subsystems.
  • Backbone Cabling connect between the entrance facilities, equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms.
  • Horizontal Cabling connect telecommunications rooms to individual outlets on the floor.
  • Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal cabling system.

ComTech has focused on this business for over two decades, providing excellence in product
knowledge, experience and customer service.

Managed Services

 

Managed Services by ComTech

  • System Design – specialists work to design the optimum system for your needs
  • Installation – Off-site programming, ordering all products and materials, and on-site installation, which includes interface with Aaron’s IT Department
  • Configuration – CommSoft Software is configured on site per the demands of each location
  • Programming, monitoring and making changes to router configuration
  • Phone service is ordered through one of our proposed authorized carriers
  • 24/7 technical support for software and phone system
  • 24/7 technical support for bandwidth/phone line monitoring and trouble shooting
  • Remote changes/adds/moves/programming to phone system and software
  • Software and firmware upgrades to keep system at current release versions
  • Upload customer supplied wave files for music on hold
  • Program voicemail system and make changes remotely
  • No more PO’s or hourly fees

Services

Our focus has always been to research and understand relevant technology and provide the best possible solutions for our clients. For 25 years, we have grown from basic telephone systems to wide range of products and services. Below you will find a list of general areas we specialize in:

  • Commercial Phone Systems
  • Structured Cabling
  • Security Systems
  • Surveillance Systems
  • Access Control
  • PA and Intercom Systems
  • Commercial FIre Alarms

Don’t hesitate to go to the contact us page and request a quote on a project you may be considering. Our focus is not merely to sell products and services. Our focus is to build long-term relationships, providing tremendous value relationally as well as in business.

 

 

Contact Us

Thank you for your interest Comtech. Simply fill out the form and one of our representatives will contact you quickly.
You can also reach us at 678-583-4001.

Project Management

 

ComTech provides a complete turnkey solution. Weeks prior to installation, our staff works diligently to prepare for a successful installation. 

This includes ordering phone lines, installing structured cabling, pre-programming, installation and system configuration.

We take responsibility to order the phone lines and SIP lines to provide a redundant solution. Keeping all of the communication under one roof greatly reduces potential issues.

Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems.

Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:

  • Entrance Facilities are where the building interfaces with the outside world.
  • Equipment Rooms host equipment which serve the users inside the building.
  • Telecommunications Rooms house telecommunication equipment which connect the backbone and the horizontal cabling subsystems.
  • Backbone Cabling connect between the entrance facilities, equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms.
  • Horizontal Cabling connect telecommunications rooms to individual outlets on the floor.
  • Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal cabling system.

 

Configuration

Pre-programming is a huge time saver for the onsite technician. This is done at headquarters prior to deployment. When the onsite technician completes the installation, final configuration can be done quickly.