Why Security Matters
How VIBE Does CCTV
Physical security risk analysis measures vulnerability, probability, and negative impact to prioritize and rank mitigation of existing weaknesses, based on their
Video Surveillance / CCTV
Security camera systems deter, monitor, and record activity as an essential component of security design. We use predictive modeling and can offer AI solutions to track people and vehicles.
Electronic Access Control
EAC Systems consist of a reader, controller, and electronic door lock to secure and provide an audit trail. Readers can be RFID cards, keypads, or Bio metric readers.
Mass Notification (NFPA 72-2010)
Mass Notification Systems (MNS) start with a Security Vulnerability Assesment (SVA) to drive the design of Emergency Communication Systems (ECS) under Sec 24.4
Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems (PIDS) are the first Concentric Ring of security. New technology uses AI and data analytics to achieve high probability of detection (POD)
Cyber Security losses have increased from $1B to $11B in the past 5 years. Ask us for a free internal assesment.
“The VIBE team has helped us define and document our AV standards across our entire campus, creating the ability clearly communicate requirements to our design, construction, installation teams, and internal stakeholders. It’s great to have a partner with deep and diverse engineering experience to help us save time and solve problems.”
Florida International University
“I have always found VIBE’s knowledge of Audio/Video Systems exceptional. Your background in music and low voltage engineering easily complimented the 20+ projects we have successfully worked on together.”
Edward Dugger + Associates
“Having Vibe Design as a trusted partner has allowed us to expand our offerings to our customers while trusting that they will deliver the quality product our customers have come to expect. Vibe has always been conscious of our mission, and acted with our best interest in mind. We look forward to many more successful implementations in the years to come.”