Halo CCTV Tower
The Halo CCTV Tower system is the UK's first fully modular, rapidly deployable CCTV Tower.
It utilises sophisticated CPNI Home Office Approved Video Analytics to reduce false alarms by up to 95%.
High definition, full colour cameras, and PTZ technology, equipped with thermal imaging cameras protect property and assets 24/7.
The Halo range is the first CCTV tower to have telematics on board as standard This makes it the most transparent and reliable system in the industry.
For the first time ever, our system provides clients with access to their on-site CCTV security system.
Our unique Halo Tower range includes hybrid, fuel cell, wind turbine and solar options.l All our systems reduce harmful CO2 emissions, reducing clients carbon footprint and saving fuel. Our Halo portal is available as standard, providing automated weekly savings reports and incident access, via lap top, desk top or smart phone.
The towers can be erected in minutes by our vastly experienced engineers who will only commission service once we, and the client, are totally satisfied with the coverage and service.
The system only alarms to humans and vehicles, can be equipped with ANPR technology and can detect intruders up to a distance of 1km if using thermal cameras. The system also has time lapse capability.
The Halo Tower provides protection in virtually all locations, whilst the Halo Compact can be installed where space is tight in city centres or smaller compounds.
Online Portal Provides
Halo Online Portal
The Halo Portal provides total transparency for clients. They can log in at any time to monitoring the health of cameras, watch live feeds and read reports.
Live tracking of cameras and detailed fuel savings reports, live feedback of camera health and the ability to provide remote updates save clients time and money.
Red CCTV CPNI Home Office approved analytical software reduces false alarms and is crucial for evidence gathering.
See How It Works
Modular CCTV Monitoring System
"British engineering at it's best! Designed and built in Manchester, funded by the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund."