Residential Security

home_secur.pngYour home is your castle. At least that is what we would all like to believe however the reality today is that your home is becoming increasingly more vulnerable and your family more at risk.... 
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Commercial Security

commercial.pngYour business is yours and your staff’s livelihood so why wouldn’t you want to protect it. At SIACS we are able to offer you the level of security that suits your business and your budget... MORE                 

Retail Security

staff_theft.pngRetailers lose over $760m per annum due to shrinkage. Retailers today have to battle not only with sales and budgets but also the problem of protecting their margins which are consistently being eroded by shrinkage... MORE          

What is the difference between analogue and megapixel cameras?

All photos are made up by a number of “dots” called pixels, the more pixels the better the photo. An analogue camera can produce photos with up to 460,000 pixels whereas a megapixel camera can have anything from 1.3 million pixels (1.3 megapixels) up to 6 megapixels, with this number increasing as technology does. So for example a 4 megapixel camera would produce photos of 9x the quality of the best analogue cameras which allows large areas to be covered by a single camera where it may have taken a number of analogue cameras to cover the same area.

 
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