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Watkins Security, LLC specializes in systems that utilize the latest technologies.

IP Video Surveillance

IP Video Surveillance is a digitized and networked version of analog video (cctv). In an IP surveillance system, the IP camera records video footage and then the content is distributed over an IP (Internet Protocol) network. 


Digitization offers many benefits over traditional analog systems, including:


  • Improved search capability.

  • Greater ease of use.

  • Higher quality images (HDTV) with no degradation of content over time.

  • The ability to record and play simultaneously.

  • The ability to compress content for improved storage.

  • The ability to encode existing analog/CCTV cameras to add them into the new IP infrastructure

  • Improved ability for remote viewing and control. Anyone on the network can see the video footage from any camera that is connected to the network if permitted.

  • IP storage makes it possible to store data from any geographic location. 

  • Ease of distribution. Images of a crime suspect, for example, can be immediately distributed to law enforcement officials.

  • The ability to connect to email and other communications systems so that automatic alerts can be sent.


The industry trend is growing towards replacing analog camera systems with IP surveillance systems. Watkins Security, LLC are "Pioneers" in IP Video with proven quality system.

Wireless Technlogies

In reference to IP video surveillance and data networks, wireless technology offers a flexible, cost-efficient and fast way to deploy cameras, particularly over a large area such as in a parking lot or a city-wide surveillance application. There is no need to pull cables through the ground. In older buildings, wireless technology may be the best alternative if standard Ethernet cables can not be installed.


 Wireless technology can utilize nodes, access points(AP), bridges, and repeaters to create a mesh network, allowing for redundant transmission paths in case of device failure.  This creates a more stable and reliable connection.

Access Control Systems

​Access Control Systems allow you to easily:


  • Converse with visitors prior to granting access

  • Grant access from a workstation

  • Ensure door security after use

  • View Visitors/Staff, publicly or covertly

  • Record video and images 

  • Provide access via: Biometric Scan(thumb print, retinal scan, etc), Digital Keypad, Card Swipe or other access methods

  • Easily manage in database of personnel, who is currently allowed to access your facility

  • Keep record of event history on all facility doors, including access granted or denied, doors propped or forced open, and location of personnel within the facility

  • Generate time schedules in which a door reamins unlocked, or when specific personnel can access them



Smart-Home Technology

  • Secure and manage your home from anywhere, at any time.

  • Any device in your home that uses electricity can be placed onto your home network and at accessible at your convenience to command. Whether you give that command by voice, remote control, tablet or smartphone, the home will react.

  • Many applications relate to lighting, home security, and thermostat control.  Control your home with the press of a button.

Intrusion Detection

  • Intrusion detection monitors for unauthorized access. It can be both a preventative measure and a response trigger.

  • Motion detecting sensors use one or more technologies to detect movement in a specific area.

  • When a sensor is tripped, a signal is sent to the security system's control panel, which connects to your monitoring center, alerting you and the monitoring center to a potential threat.

  •  Motioned activated surveillance cameras have built-in sensors that use infrared technology to determine when there is movement in a specific area and switch to record mode to record that activity. You are only recording when there is activity.  Motion activated recording allows you to avoid the long hours of scrolling through dead video, and lets you access recordings of any activity in the area you are monitoring.

Fiber Optics and Data Cabling

Fiber Optic refers to the medium and the technology associated with the transmission of information as light impulses along a glass or plastic wire or fiber. Fiber Optic wire carries a higher volume of information than conventional copper wire.  It is also far less subject to electromagnetic interference.

 Optical Fibers are long, flexible, hair-width strands of ultra-pure glass. Fiber Optics are able to maintain signals over very long distances, carries low risk of corrosion, and is virtually free from interference.


Watkins Security, LLC provides data cabling services, wheather it's Cat5e, Cat6 or special application for your IP cameras, Access Points (AP's), classroom connections, or VoIP phone system. Our team members have extensive experiance with school districts, county goverment, Industrial and Manufacturing facilities just to name a few...

Intelligent Video Analytics


Watkins Security, LLC has installed and configured video analytics for years. We provide custom analytics that help reduce human errors when monitoring a large number of cameras concurrently or be alerted if a situation happens when not monitoring your system.


Our software can be configured to provide monitoring support based on configurable alerts. Our analytics include, but are not limited to -


  • Facial Recognition

  • License plate recognition

  • Advanced motion detection 

  • Virtual trip wires

  • Unauthorized entry

  • Abandoned package

  • Loitering

  • Unauthorized item removal

  • Object Tracking

  • Point of Sale (PoS)

  • People Counting

  • Sound Detection

  • Loitering Detection



The term "biometrics" is derived from the Greek words "bio" meaning life and "metric" meaning to measure.


Biometrics is the measurement and statistical analysis of people's physical and behavioral characteristics. The technology is mainly used for identification and access control, or for identifying individuals that are under surveillance. The basic premise of biometric authentication is that everyone is unique, and an individual can be identified by his or her intrinsic physical or behavioral traits.


Biometric access control systems use facial recognition, fingerprints or iris scanners for identification. It is nearly impossible to impersonate a biometric signature. In addition, users cannot lose or forget their biometric signature.


For sensitive security projects, Watkins Security, LLC provides biometric security devices.



Networks and IT Services


We specialize in the design and implementation of data networks, whether its fiber optic backbones, mesh, EAC, wireless or wired networks.


Watkins Security, LLC utilizes the latest hardware and software management providing reliable connections for your data needs. We design, configure and build in-house custom Servers and WorkStations.


We have a vast team of professionals and partners with extensive experiance and top IT certifications. Our team utilizes the latest technologies from Cisco, Meraki and Ubiquity just to name a few and are currently planning to expand our services for IT staffing for your buisness, school district, special event, etc... 

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