Adrian Darmanin is our newest Service Technician.
Welcome Malcolm Ramsey to the PSE team! Mark is PSE’s Service Manager and comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Mark Cassar is a welcome new addition to the PSE team. Mark is our newest Senior Security Technician.
Josh Uren joins our team!
We are very pleased to announce that late last year, Josh joined PSE as a Senior Security Technician.
Professional Security Engineering Pty Ltd receives Silver status from the Association.
We are honoured to have had our long standing membership of ASIAL recognised and to be upgraded to Silver Status.
What happens when you use a professional security company to install and maintain your systems? Simple, you get RESULTS!
Guards snare jail booty haul at the John Morony Correctional Complex southwest of Windsor: drugs, vodka, knife thrown over fence.
ISO 9001 Quality Management Accreditation
Our accreditation has been granted and we are now formally fully compliant!
We love satisfied customers!
A young criminal broke into one of our customers premises a few days ago. The funny thing is that we’d just finished installing a new High Definition IP CCTV system in the centre and the police are now in the posession of amazingly clear footage of his face and all his activities! The judge is going to love seeing this when it is played back in court.
Now thats what we call great job satisfaction!
Great choice Ripples
PSE becomes a registered D-link partner. With D-link’s strong history and expertise in Networking hardware, we have been using the brand a lot in the deployment of IP based security systems. When D-link approached us to help move forward with their range of IP based CCTV equipment, how could we refuse?
We are now officially a registered D-link partner and able to offer not just their security equipment, but all things networking as well! So if you’re thinking D-link, then think PSE and what a great solution we can provide together!
Good News! We’re continuing to look after the electronic security systems in the jails for yet another year.
How “EGGCITING”! We have been chosen to roll out a series of digital IP CCTV solutions across a range of egg farms. We were indeed tested with engineering the right solution for this customer who has remote sites in rural locations that are all to be networked back to head office. This ones got the lot with night time infrared illuminated camera scenes operating on wireless network bridges and video analytics in the VMS software. Stay tuned and we will keep you up to date as we roll out our high tech EGG CAM project!
In today’s economic conditions, companies are looking to the consolidation of building systems for increased financial benefits. As the physical security market migrates to IP-based systems for increased return on investment, the demand for stand-alone, proprietary security systems is declining. This creates a gradual integration of building systems and IT departments and promotes a unified approach to security and data infrastructures.
Return on Investment (ROI)
A typical CCTV system requires three separate cable installations for power, video and control, making labor and materials the largest costs. Designing a physical security infrastructure that takes advantage of a single IP-based cabling network reduces installation and material costs while simplifying moves, adds and changes (MACs). Coupling these installation cost savings with a simplified supply chain will help drive efficiencies, while providing greater returns for more organizations.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
When viewed over a 10- to 15-year life span, the TCO of a security system is a significant business consideration. Designing a security system with the flexibility to migrate and evolve with changing business needs and technological improvements impacts the TCO and helps to reduce initial installation costs. When moves, adds and changes are required, using IT cabling and processes can be up to six times more cost-effective than traditional analog infrastructures.
Two Key Technologies
To understand the benefits associated with IP-based physical security, it is important to have an understanding of Ethernet LAN technology and Internet Protocol (IP). These two technologies allow us to exchange e-mails, access the Web and share documents. They are universal, scalable, well-defined and supported by an increasingly wide range of high-performance, low-cost and industry-proven technologies.
Investing in a high-performance cabling system is strongly recommended and can yield substantial savings. Existing Ethernet networks operate at speeds from 10 megabits per second up to 10 gigabits per second with most existing networks in the 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps range. A high-capacity 10GBASE-T cabling system provides the near real-time performance with minimum network errors or latency required in video and Voice over IP (VoIP) applications.
As a partner to the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), IP’s universal acceptance as a common method of addressing and connecting to specific devices ensures a device can be identified and reached as well as detect errors and retransmit corrupted messages. An IP security camera can be directly connected to an Ethernet LAN and use the IP addressing scheme to communicate with other devices on the network. Specific cameras can be viewed and controlled from anywhere on the network by anyone with access and proper authorization.
Leverage IT Infrastructure for Security and Beyond
The standardization provided by IT cabling infrastructures allows for the interoperability and backward compatibility between traditional and IP-enabled devices. An integrated system can monitor and tailor a building’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to an individual’s preference. By creating a smarter system that uses resources only when needed, an organization will save money through an increase in energy efficiency and a reduction in long-term infrastructure costs.
Congratulations to Brendon Fitzgerald for his hard work and dedication to PSE. June marks Brendon’s 5th year with us. Looking forward to many more years to come.
The annual Variety Bash from Balmain to Bamaga (right up the top of Aus!) is on and raising money to help sick kids. This year we are behind the “Icecreaminator”! Michael Starkey and Anthony Merlin will be piloting this awesome soft serve charity machine and raising money for the kids. Great work boys!
We are excited to announce the latest and youngest addition to our team – Ryan Berger. Ryan is young and green but bursting with enthusiasm and a keen desire to learn. We welcome Ryan and look forward to seeing him learn and grow and become a valuable member of the team.
The PSE Team welcome’s Adam Kot. Adam brings a wealth of experience and manufacturer’s endorsements to PSE. We look forward to Adam being a valuable part of our team for a long time to come.