Security Solutions

Shokenny Solutions has embarked on this major revolutionary infrastructural installation in Private and public Organisations based on set objectives which is envisaged to meet the requirements for effective security surveillance.

These objectives are listed below

  • To deter, assist in the detection, and reduce the fear of crime and deter vandalism
  • To improve public protection, the quality of service in the facility in general.
  • To improve the safety and security of workers, visitors, customers and the business community who use the facility.
  • To discourage anti-social behavior including alcohol and drug related issues.
  • To assist the managing council in monitoring and managing its assets and areas of responsibility.


A Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system, hereafter referred to as “CCTV” is a system comprising of cameras installed at strategic locations. CCTV is viewed as “an essential part of daily life” in the World according to a 2004 European CCTV research study. In 2002, estimates of CCTV use in the capitals of six European nations showed that 29% of all premises (shops, stations, institutions) use CCTV. CCTV use was found to be most common in areas associated with transportation, government, hospitals, museums, and petrol stations. Learning centers and religious facilities were found to have the lowest use of CCTV in the world.

CCTV systems can either be used for either “pro-active” or “post-incident” investigations. They can be wireless or use cables. Cameras connected to CCTV schemes can vary considerably. They can either

1.remain motionless (static),

2. pan, tilt, and zoom, or

3. be placed on “tours” to scout an area

PTZ01IR Outdoorcamera


Case studies reveal most burglars are deterred by the mere presence of an alarm system.

Burglars attack unprotected premises considerably more often than ones protected by alarm systems, so an alarm system can greatly minimize your losses.
It is important that you get and maintain a good, reliable system. The type of system that will be best for you depends on many different factors – your security needs, type of valuables, type of premises to be protected, your life-style, and animals in the home, etc. It is important to select the proper product and supplier. What may appear to be an alarm system “bargain” could actually prove to be a severely compromised or extremely limited alarm system.

Basic Parts of an Alarm System

There are three basic components to all alarm security systems. Sensors, or detectors, are sophisticated devices that detect unwanted entry. They do this through various kinds of sensing instruments: electronic, electromechanical, radar or microwave, audio and motion/vibration, photoelectric. Detectors work by either breaking an electric current, completing an electric circuit or transmitting a detectable signal to a control unit.

For Interior Protection
Passive Infrared Detectors: The passive infrared detector (PIR) is one of the most common detectors found in household and small business. The term passive means the detector is able to function without the need to generate and radiate its own energy.


Panic Button

Panic Button allows you to activate an alarm system manually with push of a button.


Glass Break Detectors

Glass break acoustic detectors are mounted in close proximity to the glass panes and listen for sound frequencies associated with glass breaking. Seismic glass break detectors are different in that they are installed on the glass pane. When glass breaks it produces specific shock frequencies which travel

through the glass and often through the window frame and the surrounding walls and ceiling.

Seismic glass break detectors “feel” these shock frequencies and in turn generate an alarm condition.