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We offer a range of CCTV camera surveillance options for your business in Sydney & Melbourne. We know buying security products can be confusing, that’s why we ensure lengthy equipment warranty and a workmanship guarantee. We are experienced in security installations for a wide variety of industries that include, and not limited to:

  • Shopping centres and multi-storey carparking
  • All sized industrial warehouses
  • Offices
  • Retail and Restaurants
  • All types of manufacturing premises
  • Medical and Dental clinics
  • Early childhood centres
  • Colleges and private school security
  • Bollard and access control integration for high vehicle traffic control
  • Construction sites
  • Regional and Remote project monitoring

Browse our popular CCTV packages below.

For more complex installations such as industrial or multi-level sites, or if you require a custom quote, give us a call on (02) 8734 3250 (SYD) (03) 8513 0799 (MELB), or send us an email now.

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6MP / 4 Cameras Package: $2000 Fully Installed Incl GST

Very Clear IP Network Cameras. Preferred and bought by majority of residential customers. 24 Months Parts & Labour Warranty.

Package Snapshot:

4 x 6 megapixel Dahua Turret IP network IR turret night & day Camera with 50m IR, inbuilt microphone & SMART MOTION DETECTION
1 X 4 Channel Dahua NVR with 4 port POE switch
1 x 2TB Surveillance Hard Drive
1 x 22’ LED monitor
Remote viewing iOS / Android phones / tablets
24 months parts & labour Warranty on the equipment + installation

*** View sample videos ***

Dahua Specification Sheet

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

Add On Extra Options Add On Extra Options
+ 600 Additional camera with upgrade to 8 channel NVR + 180 per camera for conduit
+1600 Upgrade to 8 Camera, 8 CH NVR with 2TB HDD  +930  Additional 2 cameras with upgrade to 8 channel NVR
+100 Upgrade per cam to 8MP (4k) camera (view sample videos) +250  Upgrade per cam to 8mp TIOC camera

6MP / 4 Cameras Package: $2400 Fully Installed Incl GST

Hikvision branded cameras. For customers seeking a higher resolution product than the 5MP. 24 Months Parts & Labour Warranty.

Package Snapshot:

4 x 6 megapixel Hikvision IP network IR dome or turret night & day Camera (up to 30m I/R) Spec of Hikvision turret
1 X 4CH Hikvision NVR, 40Mbps Input , 4 Independent PoE Ports, 1 SATA Interfaces
1 x 3TB WD AV hard disk drive
1 x 22’ LED monitor
Remote viewing iPhone, internet, Android phone
Additional 180 for conduit needed per camera (if required only)

View sample video of 6MP in action

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

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+ 300 Upgrade HDD to 6TB (double storage space) + 180 per camera for conduit
+ 250 Upgrade 1 camera to an 8MP Acusense camera (Built in strobe / Audio warning)  +100  Upgrade per cam to 8MP (4k) camera (view sample videos)
+650 Additional 1 camera (and upgrade to 8 channel NVR) +1200 Additional 2 cameras (and upgrade to 8 channel NVR)

6MP / 8 Cameras Package: $3600 Fully Installed Incl GST

3 x more clearer than Full HD. Preferred and bought by majority of residential customers that require multiple surveillance angles. 24 Months Parts & Labour Warranty.

Package Snapshot:

8 x 6 megapixel Dahua Turret IP network IR turret night & day Camera with 50m IR, inbuilt microphone & SMART MOTION DETECTION

1 X 8 Channel Dahua NVR with 8 port POE switch

1 x 3TB WD Surveillance hard disk drive

1 x 22’ LED monitor

Remote viewing iPhone, internet, Android phone

Additional 180 for conduit needed per camera (if required only)

*** View sample videos ***

Dahua Specification Sheet

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

Add On Extra Options Add On Extra Options
+ 300 Upgrade HDD to 6TB (double storage space) + 180 per camera for conduit
 +150  Upgrade each camera to TIOC camera  +100  Upgrade per cam to 8MP (4k) camera (view sample videos)

8MP /4K/ 8 Cameras Package: $5600 Fully Installed Incl GST

Hikvision branded cameras (World’s largest CCTV manufacturer). For customers seeking a higher resolution product than the 6MP. 24 Months Parts & Labour Warranty.

Package Snapshot:

8 x 8 megapixel Hikvision IP network IR dome or turret night & day Camera (up to 30m I/R) DS-2CD2385G1-I_Datasheet
1 X 16CH Hikvision NVR, 160Mbps Input , 16 Independent PoE Ports, 2 SATA Interfaces

1 x 3TB WD AV hard disk drive

1 x 22’ LED monitor

Remote viewing iPhone, internet, Android phone

Additional 180 for conduit needed per camera (if required only)

View sample video of 8MP in action

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

Add On Extra Options Add On Extra Options
+ 300 Upgrade HDD to 6TB (double storage space) + 180 per camera for conduit
 +150  Upgrade 1 camera to an Acusense camera (Built in strobe / Audio warning)

8MP Acusense / 4 Cameras Package: $3640 Fully Installed Incl GST

Hikvision Acusense Technology. Surveillance, Siren & Audio Warning to Detect & Scare Intruders. 24 Months Parts & Labour Warranty.

Package Snapshot:

4 x 8 megapixel Hikvision Acusense Audible Warning & Strobe Turret night & day Camera  (up to 30m I/R)

1 X 8CH Hikvision NVR, 80Mbps Input , 8 Independent PoE Ports, 2 SATA Interfaces

1 x 3TB WD AV hard disk drive

1 x 22’ LED monitor

Remote viewing iPhone, internet, Android phone

Custom configuration of siren, strobe and audio warning. You can assign times to activate the audio warning and strobe light. Most customers schedule the warnings to detect intruders lurking during the night only.

Click for more info on Acusense in action

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

*New* Dahua TIOC with flashing blue and red lights: $3640 Fully Installed Incl GST

Dahua TiOC 2.0 technology presents Full Colour Night Vision when people or vehicles are detected. Includes flashing red and blue light strobe plus audio warning speaker.

Package Snapshot:

4 x 8 megapixel DAHUA TIOC night & day Camera with SPEAKER & Blue & Red STROBE with Supplemental light (activates on low light)

1 X 8CH Dahua Pro NVR 8 Independent PoE Ports, 2 SATA Interfaces

1 x 3TB WD AV hard disk drive

1 x 22’ LED monitor

Remote viewing iPhone, internet, Android phone

Click for more info on Dahua TiOC in action

See our latest installation photos for commercial & industrial customers

Note – all pricing on website may be subject to an on site inspection. These prices presented are for single storey homes with roof access and within the Sydney Metro only. If your home doesn’t have eaves, doesn’t have a roof cavity, has an extension which doesn’t share the same roof space or you require the camera away from your main roof space, then these will likely change the costs of the installation of the system. If you have booked in an install and are not sure about this, the technician will advise you on the day. You will not be forced to proceed with the install if you are not happy with the price. 

The team at Serious Security has years of experience providing security solutions to offices, shop fronts, warehouses and more in Sydney and Melbourne. We are fully licensed, qualified and insured.

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At Serious Security, we understand that as a business owner you worry about the security of your business and its assets when you can’t be present all the time. That is why our straightforward CCTV surveillance camera packages are popular among our Sydney & Melbourne business customers.

CCTV, or closed circuit television, is now a popular system used by many Australian businesses. It allows you to monitor all activities within your business where you can’t keep an eye on it all the time. Whether you’re at the back of your office or at home or travelling overseas, CCTV security systems give you peace of mind your business is being monitored.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do businesses install CCTV?

    Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S).

    You can address OH&S requirements with a video surveillance system that helps you provide a secure and safe working environment for your employees and visitors. Furthermore, it can also help gather evidence when investigating OH&S injury claims.

    Advantages of CCTV Systems for Business

    • Accessibility – Live feeds can give you the ability to quickly and easily view access points in multiple areas of your facility.
    • Profitability – With digital video surveillance, you can have greater control over loss from workplace theft of accidents. It may also help lower liability and insurance costs, especially when being sued.
    • Productivity – Surveillance can discourage workplace violence, harassment and poor customer service.
    • Reliability – New technology mean no more broken or worn-out tapes, and no more costly maintenance.
    • Remote access – Many units can help you oversee your business from anywhere you have remote connectivity.
  • What is the difference between a 4MP and a 6MP system?

    The main difference between the two from a user standpoint is the resolution. 4MP is less clearer than a 6MP system. This means things may not be as clear, especially if the object is far away.

    The 4-megapixel image has twice the detail of the 1080p image (1080P is commonly known as full HD),  meanwhile the cost of 6-megapixel IP cameras is 50% higher than 4MP IP cameras. Obviously, many users are inclined to select 6-megapixel cameras. However, by increasing the image resolution, the required network bandwidth and storage may increase.


  • Which of your cameras have night vision?

    All of our cameras have infra red – or the ability to see at night. At night the cameras adjust to the light by turning into black and white mode.

    8MP black and white

    4MP Colorvu (night time colour)


    Sample of night vision for 700TVL system. (low resolution) 


  • How long does it take to install a CCTV system?

    A typical 4 camera system takes around 3-5 hours to install for either a single storey home / standard office. It will take more time if your building is large or you need more cameras.

    For an 8 camera system on a double storey home, it couild take up to a day (6-8 hours).

    For a warehouse, we find that on average 8 cameras will take up to 2 days.

  • How does a CCTV surveillance system work?

    CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) systems use cameras to capture video footage, which is then transmitted to a monitor or a recording device.

    The cameras send the information on the data it captures to the DVR or NVR. The video record then:

    • transmits the information to the screen
    • records the information on the hard disc
    • connects to a router which broadcasts it across the web

    This broadcasting is what allows you to access your feed from any computer, iphone or android device.

  • How do I pay for my CCTV System?

    Cash, bank deposit, credit card are all OK. Credit card – a surcharge of 1.5% exists.

    This is expected to be payable on completion of the job. The exception to the rule is if you agree with our staff to specfic alternative payment terms.

  • What warranties do you have on your CCTV products?

    Our CCTV systems have a warranty of 24 months. This is both a parts and labour warranty.

    Our installation team have been in the industry for years. Over this time, they have seen inferior products come and go. We have selected to work with products that we are because of their general quality and the reliability.

  • Whats the difference between an Analog / Digital CCTV system?

    Cameras on an modern analog CCTV system send their video in the traditional base band format over coax or UTP cabling back to a digital video recorder (DVR). Here, video is digitized and stored on hard drives. Most modern DVRs can allow the streaming to be accessed remotely from the LAN, or with the proper configuration, from across the internet.

    IP or Digital video cameras broadcast their video as a digital stream over an IP network. Like an analog system, video is recorded on hard drives, but since the video is an IP stream straight from the camera, there is more flexibility as to how and where that video is recorded. The DVR is replaced with an NVR (network video recorder), which in some cases is just software since it doesn’t need to convert analog to digital. Video footage can then be stored on hard drives as directed by the NVR software.

    Why choose an analog system?

    cost is generally lower. Analog in general is lower quality up to 800TVL only (quite pixellated)

    What is HDCVI / HDTVI?

    These newer technologies allow digital signals to be communicated over COAX cables and thus you are able to use old cables to transmit the data. These are commonly used to upgrade old systems to up to 5MP or even 4K clarity. They are usually more cost effective than upgrading to a completely IP based system.

    Why choose a completely digital system?
    The data for these cameras are transmitted over CAT5/CAT6 cables instead. They run back to an NVR. They are more complicated to set up, but can utilise IP addresses to pull in data from other camera sources (don’t have to be local)


  • How do I use my Hikvision CCTV system?

    Here is a great video that runs through most of the commonly used features of the Hikvision 4.0 version NVR.

  • What are the cabling requirements for CCTV systems?

    What you need:

    • the camera/s
    • The NVR
    • Precrimped CAT5/6 Cables or an installer who supplies the CAT6 cables (with RJ45 ends). (1 per camera and 1 from the NVR to the modem)
    • A monitor or TV (with VGA or HDMI connections)

    Cabling requirements:

    • Run the CAT5/6 cables to the locations you require (1 per camera). The cables should come back to the location where your NVR is located
    • Connect & install the cameras to one end of the cable and connect the other end to the NVR
    • Plug in the monitor via a VGA or HDMI cable to the NVR
    • Connect an ethernet cable from the NVR to the modem (if you wish to do remote viewing).



  • Are there any factors that can affect the installation time?

    Yes, there are several factors that can affect the installation time of a CCTV system, including the complexity of the setup, the location of the cameras, and the type of cameras being used. Additionally, the experience and expertise of the installer can also play a role in the installation time

  • Is it possible to install a CCTV system by oneself?

    It is possible to install a CCTV system by oneself, but it may require some technical knowledge and experience. If you are not familiar with CCTV installation, it is recommended to hire a professional to ensure proper installation and functionality of the system.

  • What are the benefits of CCTV?

    A: CCTV systems can provide a range of benefits, including:

    • Deterring crime: CCTV cameras can act as a visual deterrent to would-be criminals, making them less likely to target a property or area.
    • Monitoring activity: CCTV cameras can be used to monitor activity in and around a property, allowing for quick response in case of an emergency.
    • Gathering evidence: CCTV footage can be used as evidence in case of a crime or incident, helping to identify suspects and understand what happened.
    • Improving safety: CCTV cameras can help to improve safety by monitoring for potential hazards and alerting authorities in case of an emergency.
  • How long can CCTV footage be stored?

    The length of time that CCTV footage can be stored depends on the type of recording device being used. Some CCTV systems can store footage for up to a month, while others can store it for several months or even years. The storage capacity can also vary depending on the resolution and frame rate of the cameras.

    For example, a 4 camera 6mp system set on 20fps will record around 1 week on 24/7 recording before it is written over.

  • Who can access my CCTV feed?

    The footage is usually only accessible to authorized personnel, such as the property owner or the police. However, in some cases, the footage may be used as evidence in a court case and may be made available to the public through the legal process.

    If you keep your credentials safe and don’t share it with anyone you should be the only one who would be able to access it.

  • Why do Melbourne Homes especially need CCTV?

    Melbourne, like any other city, is not immune to crime. Homes in Melbourne need CCTV (closed-circuit television) for a variety of reasons.

    Firstly, CCTV acts as a deterrent to would-be burglars. When they see cameras installed on a property, they are less likely to attempt a break-in. This is because they know they are being watched and recorded, and there is a higher chance of them being caught.

    Secondly, CCTV provides homeowners with peace of mind. When you are away from your home, it can be difficult to know what is happening inside. With CCTV, you can check in on your property remotely, giving you the ability to keep an eye on things even when you are not there.

    Thirdly, CCTV can be used to provide evidence in the event of a break-in. If a criminal does manage to break into your home, the footage captured by the cameras can be used to identify the perpetrator and assist in their capture. This can also be helpful in insurance claims, as it can be used to prove that a crime has occurred.

    Finally, CCTV is becoming more affordable, making it accessible to a wider range of homeowners. With the advancement in technology, CCTV systems are becoming more user-friendly and can be easily integrated with mobile phones / tablets

    In conclusion, CCTV is a valuable investment for Melbourne homeowners. It acts as a deterrent to burglars, provides peace of mind, can be used to provide evidence in the event of a crime, and is becoming more affordable and useful

  • Can I access my CCTV system from multiple devices?

    Yes, many CCTV systems allow you to access your footage from multiple devices, such as smartphones, tablets

  • What is the difference between a DVR and NVR?

    A DVR (Digital Video Recorder) records footage from analog cameras, while an NVR (Network Video Recorder) records footage from IP cameras.

    We would only use DVRs to replace older systems these days. NVRs are much more capable in general.

  • How do I retrieve footage from my CCTV system?

    Most CCTV systems have a playback function that allows you to search for and view footage

  • Do I need to have an internet connection to use CCTV?

    Not necessarily. Some CCTV systems can operate independently without an internet connection, but having an internet connection may provide additional features and functionality like remote viewing and alerts when people come onto your property.

  • How many CCTV cameras do I need for my property?

    The number of cameras needed will depend on the size and layout of your property. A professional CCTV installer can help you determine the optimal number of cameras.

    You’ll need to decide if you want complete coverage or general coverage.

  • How often should I back up my CCTV footage?

    The frequency of CCTV backup depends on the nature of the business or premises being monitored. For example, if you own a retail store, it is may be necessary to back up your CCTV footage weekly or monthly to ensure that any incidents that occur in the store are captured on camera. In contrast, if you own a home, backing up the footage everytime an interesting event happens.

    It is important to ensure that your storage system has a large enough capacity to allow sufficient time to pass before the data overwrites on the hard drive

    It is important to note when the CCTV is beeping – as this can sometimes mean a hard drive failure and it has stopped recording at that point.

Case studies

  • Couriers Missed Regularly & Lack of Surveillance

    Joe regularly misses the courier as he works from his home office which currently doesn’t have an intercom monitor. His home office is a granny flat and a fair distance away from his main house. He also regularly meets clients himself and thus is unable to be at home to greet the courier.



    We recommended an IP intercom system for Joe. An IP intercom system would allow Joe to communicate with the courier even if he isn’t around the intercom monitor. His phone would have an app which would also buzz in the event that the door station is pressed. He would then be able to instruct the courier to leave the parcel in specified location while he isn’t home.



    Due to the high value of his parcels, he also decided to implement a CCTV system to have recordings of the courier placing the parcels in the designated locations and would have footage in case something went amiss.

  • Issues with staff when left unattended

    Harry has owned an electrical business for decades and employs 7 staff. He is in his 50s sometimes wants to spend more time with recreational / family activities. While he is doing this, he is worried about the state of his business. He has noticed that he is making less profit and seen a decline in sales.



    He’s decided to install a comprehensive CCTV system covering his workshop & office area. We installed 6 cameras in total – 1 outside (for security) and the rest inside (including 2 in the office). The cctv was set up with remote viewing so Harry could log in from anywhere to check on his staff. He put signs up to ensure his staff knew CCTV were installed.


    Eventually he discovered some of his office staff were slacking off and not picking up phone calls.

  • Resolving inefficient production line & quality control with CCTV

    Smyth is a manager at a metal works factory in Silverwater NSW. There is a long production line and currently there are multiple staff required to view the production line to ensure quality control. They are finding that errors are missed between checkpoints and thus Smyth is looking for a better solution.



    We’ve recommended a motorised camera solution. The cameras are positioned along various points of the production line and zoomed into the production line. A staff member would watch the production line and would stop production as soon as something went amiss so it could be corrected. This has made the quality control process a lot more efficient.

  • Retail losses through theft reduced by CCTV

    Elizabeth runs a small retail shop in Melbourne, selling clothing and accessories. Despite being a successful business, Elizabeth noticed that her profits were not as high as she expected them to be. After conducting an internal audit, she discovered that her staff and customers were stealing from her.

    Elizabeth was determined to put a stop to the theft, so she decided to install CCTV cameras throughout her shop. She placed cameras at strategic locations, such as the cash register and the dressing rooms, where she suspected most of the thefts were taking place.

    After the cameras were installed, Elizabeth monitored the footage closely. She was shocked to discover that her staff were stealing from her by undercharging customers and pocketing the difference. She also caught customers stealing items from the store.

    Elizabeth took immediate action, dismissing the staff members who were caught stealing and banning the customers who were caught on camera. She also used the footage as evidence in her insurance claim.

    As a result of the CCTV installation, Elizabeth was able to significantly reduce the amount of theft in her store. Her profits improved, and she was able to improve her stock turnover and invest in her business.

    Elizabeth’s experience is a prime example of how CCTV can be used effectively to combat theft in retail businesses. The cameras not only act as a deterrent, but they also provide clear evidence of any criminal activity, allowing business owners to take appropriate action.

  • Reduce Incorrect Claims from Car Wash

    Joseph runs a successful car wash business. However, he noticed that customers were often making claims of scratches and damage to their cars after being washed. Despite his efforts to train and monitor his staff, the claims continued to happen.

    To address this issue, Joseph decided to install CCTV cameras throughout his car wash facility. He placed cameras at key locations, such as the entrance, the washing bay, and the drying area.

    After the cameras were installed, Joseph reviewed the footage regularly. To his surprise, he discovered that many of the claims were false and that the customers were damaging their cars before they even entered the car wash. In some cases, customers were even intentionally causing damage to their cars in order to make a claim.

    With the CCTV footage as evidence, Joseph was able to refute many of the false claims and significantly reduce the number of claims being made. He also used the footage to train his staff on how to properly handle and inspect cars before and after the wash to prevent any accidental damage.

    As a result of the CCTV installation, Joseph was able to improve customer satisfaction and reduce the number of claims made against his business. His reputation as a reliable and trustworthy car wash business also improved.

    Joseph’s experience is a prime example of how CCTV can be used effectively to protect businesses from false claims and improve customer satisfaction. The cameras not only act as a deterrent, but they also provide clear evidence of any activity, allowing business owners to address any issues and make necessary improvements.

  • Using Number Plate Recognition cameras to manage parking areas

    Jack is a commercial property manager who manages a large strata-titled building in Melbourne. He noticed that many tenants and visitors were using the carpark incorrectly, such as parking in the wrong spots, parking in the disabled spots without a permit, and parking for longer than the designated time.

    To address this issue, Jack decided to install number plate recognition (NPR) cameras in the carpark. These cameras use advanced technology to automatically capture and read the license plate numbers of vehicles entering and exiting the carpark.

    With the NPR cameras in place, Jack was able to monitor the use of the carpark more effectively. He was able to track which vehicles were parked in the wrong spots, and for how long. He could also identify repeat offenders and take appropriate action.

    Jack used the data collected from the NPR cameras to enforce the parking regulations more effectively. He was able to send warning notices to tenants and visitors who were found to be parking incorrectly. He also used the data to identify patterns of misuse, such as peak times and areas where parking was most commonly misused, and make adjustments to the carpark layout and regulations accordingly.

    As a result of the NPR camera installation, Jack was able to improve the overall use of the carpark. He was able to increase the number of available spots for tenants and visitors, reduce the number of parking disputes, and increase overall satisfaction among the tenants.

    Jack’s experience is a prime example of how number plate recognition cameras can be used effectively to monitor and manage the use of a carpark. The cameras provide an automated and accurate way to track and enforce parking regulations, which can help to improve overall satisfaction among tenants and visitors.

  • Reduce Theft at a Scrap Car Yard

    Farley is the general manager of a scrap car yard. Despite his efforts to secure the yard, he noticed that criminals were regularly stealing car parts during business hours and after hours. He knew that this was not only causing financial loss but also putting his staff at risk.

    To address this issue, Farley decided to install CCTV cameras throughout his scrap car yard. He placed cameras at key locations, such as the entrance, the storage area, and around the perimeter of the yard. He also installed cameras that had night vision capabilities to cover the area during the night.

    After the cameras were installed, Farley noticed a significant reduction in the number of thefts. The criminals knew that they were being monitored and were less likely to break in. Farley also used the footage to identify the criminals and report them to the police.

    Farley also used the footage to improve the security of his yard. He was able to identify areas that were vulnerable to theft and make necessary adjustments, such as adding more lighting, or increasing the number of security guards.

    As a result of the CCTV installation, Farley was able to significantly reduce the number of thefts and improve the overall security of his scrap car yard. His staff felt safer, and his profits increased as he no longer had to cover the cost of stolen car parts.

    Farley’s experience is a prime example of how CCTV can be used effectively to deter crime and improve security. The cameras not only act as a deterrent, but they also provide clear evidence of any criminal activity, allowing businesses to take appropriate action and make necessary improvements to their security measures.

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Who are Pacom? PACOM Systems pioneered security communications over IP networks more than 30 years ago. Today, PACOM works with leading organizations to develop integrated enterprise security solutions that are cost-effective and flexible, delivering unrivalled reliability and functionality. PACOM is distributed by Hills – a listed Australian security supplier. What can we do for Pacom […]

Mobotix CCTV Solutions

Who are Mobotix? MOBOTIX is a software company with own IP camera products, all made in Germany. Fields of application include high-security areas like prisons, airports or soccer stadiums because MOBOTIX systems have no restrictions in terms of number of users or cameras. The professional VMS and the video analysis are parts of the system […]

Avigilon CCTV Solutions

Who are Avigilon? Avigilon designs, develops, and manufactures video analytics, network video management software and hardware, surveillance cameras, and access control solutions. Avigilon’s solutions have been installed at thousands of customer sites, including school campuses, transportation systems, healthcare centers, public venues, critical infrastructure, prisons, factories, casinos, airports, financial institutions, government facilities, and retailers. Avigilon is […]

Samsung CCTV Solutions

Who are Samsung? The effectiveness of Samsung CCTV security cameras has resulted in their deployment into major international airports, schools, organisations, government projects, industrial and commercial facilities as well into small retailers and homes throughout Australia What can we do for Samsung customers? We have done the below for Samsung CCTV customers: > replace faulty […]

Protection for your business, inside and out with CCTV

CCTV for your business is a solution that can provide peace of mind in so many different ways. There are risks from within your business, such as workplace theft or EH&S issues, that you can protect yourself from with a well-fitted CCTV system from Serious Security. There are also the obvious risks surrounding your business […]

Providing the best in business security across the Sydney area

We’ve been providing Sydney businesses such as Century21, Laura Ashley and Wiseberry with simple, straightforward and high-quality security systems for many years and our experienced and licenced engineers know the industry inside and out. We’ve seen many different technologies over the years and we choose to provide the very best in reliability and ease of […]

Facial Recognition Systems

We have standalone facial recognition camera for single channel application and facial recognition recorder for multi-channel application. Multi-channel facial recognition is a unified solution that requires both specific front-end cameras and back-end recorders to realize.

Temperature Screening & Detection Solutions

Add Skin Temperature Detection cameras to your premises and catch visitors who potentially have warm body temperatures.   One second to detect temperature in a person Multi-person detection simultaneously Non-contact measurement to avoid physical contact Immediately alarming to notify operators AI detection to reduce false alarms from other heat sources  Common Applications: > schools > […]

CCTV Alternatives to Hikvision and Dahua: A Comprehensive Guide

Introduction: In recent times, concerns have arisen regarding the use of Chinese security brands, namely Hikvision and Dahua, particularly in high-security and government sectors. While these products are generally deemed suitable for domestic and small business installations, we understand that some individuals still harbor apprehensions. To address these concerns, we have compiled a list of […]