Measures taken before, during, or after hostile
action or natural or man-made disasters to reduce the probability of damage, minimize its effects, and initiate recovery.
In very broad terms, system integration is the process of connecting different sub-systems (components) into a single larger system that functions as one. With regards to software solutions, system integration is typically defined as the process of linking together various IT systems, services and/or software to enable all of them to work functionally together.
The main reason for organizations to use system integration is their need to improve productivity and quality of their operations. The goal is to get the organizations various IT systems to “talk to each other” through the integration, to speed up information flows and reduce operational costs for the organization. But system integration is not used only to connect an organization’s internal systems, but also third parties that the organization operates with.
RFID technology is quickly becoming a popular choice since the advancement in technology makes a variety of solutions available to any organization.
There are major deficiencies in the legacy solutions that use the traditional access control systems. Barcodes, magnetic stripes, and proximity readers all rely on the user to either make contact or place the badge very close to the reader. In addition, bar codes can only be read one at a time and the respective embedded information cannot be updated. Such limitations can be cumbersome and time consuming.
An RFID access control system can provide an easy and efficient solution. RFID badges can be read from much further distances than other traditional technologies and the embedded electronic information for each badge can be over-written repeatedly. The increased reading distance thus enables other tracking technologies like surveillance cameras to be activated in conjunction with an employee being in their vicinity. Furthermore, multiple RFID badges can be read all at the same time. Information about employee access, attendance, and duties performed, can be easily and efficiently monitored and stored in a database.
1. Enhanced security to limit access to
2. Tracking employee activity
3. Improve loss prevention
4. Compliance to higher internal or
government regulated security measures
Solutions for ID Badges and Access Control
IP CCTV Solutions
Traditional CCTV systems use analogue links to connect cameras to a central control station. An IP CCTV system has a digital interface that links cameras and the central control station together on an IP Network. This system can be easily integrated with any IP Network allowing easy access to video data from networked computers and even from remotely located work-stations via the internet.
IP-based video surveillance uses the latest wireless technology and network video monitoring solutions, revolutionizing the way organizations, companies and the public sector protect their property, personnel and proprietary assets. Compared to analog or hybrid systems, IP-based solutions provide crucial advantages.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a wireless use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects.
Some RFID Application
1. Asset Tagging
2. Asset Management
3. Real Time Monitoring, Tracking and
4. Document Management
1. Less Time to Take Inventory
2. Improved Inventory Accuracy
3. Enhance Shopping Experience
4. 10 Times Faster Real Time Tracking
5. 100% Item Visibility
6. Save up to 50% Labor Cost
7. Reduced Out-Of-Stocks-Optimized
8. Reduce Transaction Time
9. Item Level Detection-Shrinkage
Earthquakes come uninvited and unannounced - and while they may sweep through in a space of seconds, that short period is more than enough to collapse houses, highways, and even critical infrastructure. Floods, droughts, typhoons, and many other natural disasters are considerably easier to brace for - but the earthquake has been a global pain in the side for ages.
Building Management System (BMS) is a computer-based control system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power system, fire systems, and security system.
Resources of the earth are getting depleted faster in recent years, countries around the world and all walks of life all set off a wave of energy saving and carbon reduction in order to avoid the waste of resources and pursue living a sustainable life to extend earth's resources.
Industrial automation is the use of control systems, such as computers or robots, and information technologies for handling different processes and machineries in an industry to replace a human being. It is the second step beyond mechanization in the scope of industrialization.
Intrusion Alarm system is a system designed to detect the presence of intruders at your premises, trigger a local siren to deter activity and simultaneously, communicate the event to a security monitoring centre so that an appropriate response can be coordinated.
1. Real-time situational awareness and response
2. Remote video monitoring and accessibility
3. Faster, lower cost deployment
4. Leverage the existing networks
5. Maximize the benefits of smart cameras and
6. Optimized ROI
8. Digital image encryption for security purposes
System Integration Methods
Common Data Format Integration
Golden Aurum is a total Security Solutions and CCTV security specialists - we design, install and maintain system to meet your specific needs. We offer you a full choice - from cutting-edge IP CCTV solutions to analogue, stand-alone recording systems.
The Palert+ from San Lien provides users with the ability to react before a major quake arrives as well as providing unparalleled detailed information, all at an affordable price. Palert+ is an advanced IP67 earthquake P-wave alarm detector system. It uses embedded Pd technology, developed by Prof. Yih-Min Wu from the National Taiwan University, that can accurately, within 3 seconds, determine the size of the shockwave based on the detected P-wave. Can be used as part of earthquake early warning system. Worldwide examples - India, Vietnam, China, Philippines, Greece, Korea, Mexico, USA and New Zealand. With both MEMS and Geophone sensors the Palert+ provides exceptional detection giving warning as well as detailed information about the earthquake.