With the new Progressive Wage Model (PWM) being kicked in in September 2016, and with the lacking numbers of manpower, we came out with our I-Man Facility Sprinter Solution.
It not only resolves the manpower issue that the security industries are facing, but also provide a better security to the premises’ owners.
The I-Man Facility Sprinter (IFS) Solution presents a mobile command-and-control platform whereby our I-Men can work together as a team, and handle not just one, but multiple buildings connected together using our advance network integrated solution.
Made possible with the use of TV White Space (TVWS) technology, I-Guarding utilities the IFS as a highly secure command and control mobile unit. It is manned by a team of I-Managers, who respond to emergency alarms immediately.
Business owners will enjoy the benefits of receiving comprehensive services of 3 intelligent workers (I-Manager) with maximum cost savings and a higher level of service, bringing huge benefits to our country socially and economically.
With the IFS Solution in place, you will be able to sleep peacefully at night, knowing that your building premises are in good hands.
A video explaining how our IFS works.
With scarce manpower and its increasingly high cost, the use of kiosks is becoming common in many service sectors. Dispensing of almost any items can be done with kiosks to reduce the headcount.
The I-Man Access Control System (IMACS) is an advanced technological integration of the kiosk and access card control system. This new invention will improve security access control to the highest level without relying on physical human interaction.
How IMACS works is illustrated as follows:
Our I-Man Access Control System (IMACS) is a game changer where it provides building security as well as visitor management services. With scarcity in manpower and its increasingly high cost, the use of kiosks is becoming common in many service sectors.
IMACS secures the building by auto-dispensing security passes to pre-registered visitors and as long as the visitors are in the building premises, their presences are tracked regularly whenever they tap into a secured room with their access passes.
This new invention will improve security access control to the highest level without relying on physical human interaction.
(Patented Invention : PCT/SG2014/000302)
Since raising the Coronavirus outbreak alert level from yellow to orange on 7 February, the Government has advised that temperature screening is to be carried out before anyone can enter a premise.
Security guards have been tasked to perform manual temperature screening using a digital thermometer pointed at the forehead of visitors. This puts the security guard at risk.
In a bid to make temperature taking more efficient, safe and cost-effective, Concorde Security has introduced a tablet-based automated self-help temperature-scanning system that allows temperature checks to be conducted without the involvement of any personnel.
A motion-sensing camera detects the movement of a person, triggers the thermometer to take the temperature in about two seconds, and displays the reading on the screen.
If the reading is below the preset threshold of 37.5 deg C, the temperature will be displayed, and a green indicator is shown.
If the reading is above the preset threshold of 3 7.5 deg C, indicating that the person might have a fever, the device will sound an alert and display the temperature in red, to signal the need to seek further medical attention.
Companies can use the system to confirm whether a visitor is an employee. The system is able to compare the image captured with its database of employee head-shots. When there is a match, the employee picture is displayed. The unit can store up to 10,000 employee head-shots.