Security systems

Security systems

Active for 10 years in IT security systems, MVE SARL provides your company with a unique tailor-made offer based on its extensive expertise in the protection sector.

MVE SARL can provide any active and passive security equipment: data storage systems compliant with standards, encryption, Data Center, secure IT infrastructures, video surveillance systems, facial recognition, alarm systems, access control and biometrics, panic-room and any type of study in physical and IT security

Thanks to its experience, MVE SARL carries out all audits and advice for companies.

The global security offer is based on the analysis of needs and the study of the site, design and implementation are reinforced by an offer of professional equipment of exceptional quality from the best European manufacturers.

A video surveillance system consists of the use of cameras to transmit video over a private network for surveillance and security purposes. It can use point-to-point (P2P), point-to-multipoint or mesh links.

The term is most often applied to systems used for surveillance in areas that may require monitoring, such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations and convenience stores.

Almost all advanced forms of video surveillance record camera images for a period of time that could be up to six months or more. Video surveillance systems now have additional features (such as motion detection and email alerts). More recently, decentralized IP cameras have been widely used.

The latest cameras can support intelligent analysis and direct recording to storage devices connected to the network or internal memory for stand-alone operation.

Public surveillance using video surveillance is particularly frequent in many parts of the world. In the United Arab Emirates, there are strict regulations on video surveillance in areas sensitive to public and security concerns. All business activities below must comply with the safety regulations of their relevant department.

  • Hotels and short term residences
  • Financial and monetary institutions
  • Manufacture and sale of precious metals and stones
  • Shooting centres, military and hunting equipment stores
  • Shopping and leisure centres
  • Storage facilities for hazardous materials
  • Stores / points of sale of valuable raw materials
  • Department stores
  • Service stations
  • Internet services
  • Storage services
  • Aircraft and balloon clubs