West London Security News

West London Security installs CCTV systems at Vauxhall City Farm to enhance visitor safety

The new CCTV system installed by WLS at Vauxhall City Farm, is according to its Chief Executive, Monica Tyler, being used to its full potential to ensure that the 50,000 visitors who visit the farm every year, are able to safely enjoy all its facilities. “Our previous CCTV was well past its ‘use-by’ date. Although it was still working, it lacked the functionality we needed to ensure around the clock security of our animals and property, as well as ensuring compliance with our...

WLS installs electronic safety and security systems at The Hudson office building

WLS has been able to demonstrate the full extent of its product knowledge and technical expertise by providing The Hudson office building with a comprehensive range of electronic safety and security systems which include Access Control, CCTV, fire and intruder detection and Disabled Refuge Alarm (DDA), as well as intercom and an Integrated Reception System (IRS). With approximately 23,000 Sq. ft. of office accommodation spread over 5 floors, and located approximately one minute’s walk fro...

West London Security secures Anita Dorfman House with access control system from Paxton

JEWISH CARE has placed its trust in the latest access control, door entry and CCTV technology, to help create a safe and secure environment for residents living in Anita Dorfman House, a new 64-bed care home facility recently erected at its Sandringham care and community hub in Stanmore. Phase 1 of the project has seen the MEPH contractor Harvey Group, award a contract to South London system integrator WLS, to install a Paxton Net2 access control and door entry system with the objective of ensu...

Panasonic CCTVs and DVRs ensure old stays gold at the National Archives in London

The National Archives has installed a total of 58 static cameras and 41 PTZ cameras from Panasonic The National Archives, based in Kew, London, houses 900 years of UK history. From the Doomsday Book to present documents, it has records ranging from parchment and paper scrolls through to recently created digital files. The National Archive building has recently undergone a change, with the family records centre moving from Islington into its premises to create the largest collection of UK histori...