Most property owners and landlords are spending a substantial amount of funds to procure the latest security systems, writes PATRICK GITHINJI
In a bid to address the runaway crime in the city and other urban areas, developers are increasingly deploying technology systems.
A survey by Tech.Insight has established that most owners and landlords are spending substantial amount of funds to procure the latest security systems.
One such building is West End Towers located along Waiyaki Way off Muthangari Drive.
"Whether a property is owner-occupied or tenant-occupied, providing airtight security to ensure the safety of people and protection of intellectual and physical property is essential to us," Ms Kantaria says.
She says the new system is aimed at aimed at arming human security personnel with advanced technology in the wake of global insecurity.
Among the security features that have been fitted in the building includes intrusion detectors, access control, and video surveillance.
Other features include video analytics and biometrics systems â features that Kantaria says are tailor-made to meet the needs of the occupants.
The systemâs access card is connected to a real-time online network TCP/IP based intelligent access controllers.
This helps monitor the movements of the card are seamlessly recorded.