Today’s transportation infrastructure is in a constant state of repair and upgrade.  An essential component of preparing for the future includes state-of-the-art security systems.  Whether for an airport, a railway, bridges or ports, Active Solutions can create an integrated security system that will work now and for the long term.

If your goal is protection from sabotage, terrorism, theft or vandalism, a comprehensive approach is essential for security of your facility.  Active Solutions has provided effective security and surveillance solutions to ports, railway hubs, and bridges; their solutions have even been used to protect the President of the United States.

We understand homeland security parameters and requirements and can work with your architects, in-house security team, and electrical engineers to design the most cost-effective and reliable surveillance and security system for your particular needs.

Today’s IP solutions provide the ultimate in flexibility and reliability.  Of particular interest to many businesses are remote access systems for maximum security areas with 24-hour monitoring is an essential component in many cases.

Our wireless surveillance systems incorporate a combination or total use of analog and digital cameras. This flexible and scalable video surveillance solution allows the end-user to control, record and playback video from surveillance cameras connected through your LAN or via the Internet.

Active Solutions has designed and integrated comprehensive security, access control and surveillance systems for transportation clients of all types.

Each facility is unique, therefore each security solution is customized to fit your needs.

Components that can be worked into design depend solely on your needs:

  • Camera Surveillance Monitoring
  • Hard Drive Data Backup
  • Multi Site Surveillance
  • Support for Analog, Digital and Network Cameras
  • Secure Remote Access via LAN and Internet
  • Motion Detection
  • Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) Control
  • Remote Access
  • Live 24-hour monitoring