ABUS offers holistic security solutions for intrusion protection, access control, alarm and video surveillance technology that can be flexibly adapted to conditions on site and specific needs whilst being individually scalable. Whether it's protecting works of art or churches from robbery and vandalism or identifying troublemakers at open-air events via video security – ABUS and its partners will search for and find the perfect solution for your security needs.
Vandalism in the outside or entrance area, theft or unpleasantly conspicuous persons – ABUS has made it its business to effectively protect all areas in cultural and leisure facilities from thieves, potential hooligans and troublemakers: With technology that is suitable for every area of application, that provides increased seamless security and helps put dishonest people in their place.
Security starts right outside the door: Especially in winter, when it gets dark earlier, video surveillance in outdoor areas increases the sense of security for everyone involved. A monitored car park deters potential offenders at an early stage and helps staff and passers-by to feel less alone. Entrance and reception areas need to be secured against thieves and unauthorised persons just as much as beautifully designed interiors and storage areas with valuables. For this reason, you should also rely on professional video surveillance outdoors to combat and prevent acts of violence, theft or vandalism.
A mechanical key system provides solid intrusion protection at entrances. Flexibly extendable with electronic access control, it is possible to assign individual access rights that clearly regulate who gets access to the building and when. Weatherproof video surveillance with tamper protection, that starts recording when movements are detected in the entrance area, deters potential perpetrators and allows individuals to be verifiably identified. Another advantage of video surveillance: By evaluating the video image data, you get a better overview of peak times and can thus optimise your staff planning (at the cash desk and cloakroom).
Theft and intrusion protection in exhibition areas
Valuable works of art and exhibition objects are repeatedly the target of robbery or irreparably damaged by vandalism – and so are lost to the art world forever. Galleries and exhibition areas therefore need be completely secured – if possible using an intelligent combination of mechanical and electronic access control, alarm technology and video surveillance.
Protection against robberies in the checkout area
Particularly in the case of large streams of visitors and the associated high number of people frequenting cashier areas, surveillance cameras relieve the burden of security and the supervisory staff. Potential employee misconduct can also be detected, but the main focus is on protecting them. This is because employees working at tills and in cash offices as well as cash messengers are at particularly high risk of becoming victims of robbery – this applies to restaurants and casinos as well as museums, churches, amusement parks or wellness spas. Usually the perpetrators strike shortly before or after closing time and are prepared to use force – even if there are only a few hundred euros in the till. This is precisely where it pays to invest in high-quality security technology. Because today, non-functional dummy cameras are easily recognised as such, even by opportunistic criminals. The highly visible sign of video security deters potential perpetrators and high-resolution IP cameras help to identify perpetrators retrospectively. An emergency call button gives employees the additional option of calling for help quickly and inconspicuously in an emergency.