Security Cameras

MSC Integration sets up every kind of modern security camera technology – from the simplest to the most complex – for your security, so you don’t miss anything around you.

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Access Control

Whether you need key FOBS, cards, biometric systems, credential readers, electronic door locks, control boards, and so on to ensure everything runs smoothly and on time. MSC Integration has them all!

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MSC Integration takes home and office security seriously. We know how to secure alarm systems around your high-value asset zones and provide tools to monitor them from one location.

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Live Video Monitoring

The experts at MSC Integration diligently install tech to transmit high-definition, real-time surveillance footage of every critical area to you.

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Cloud Solutions

You can trust MSC Integration to build and maintain self-managed cloud storage systems that keep data safe and available with the touch of a button. Contact us to know more about cloud storage.

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Product Lines

One of the primary reasons for the praise we receive is that MSC Integration offers a wide range of the latest technology in security systems that fits every kind of need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, an access control card can be used for other applications such as time and attendance or cashless vending. Additionally, some access control cards can also be used as ID cards.

Yes, most IP cameras and NVRs come with software you can use to view live and recorded videos on a local computer. You can also access your camera system from anywhere in the world using a mobile app or a web browser.

False alarms can happen. Our alarm systems are optimized to reduce them significantly. For example, our advanced motion sensors can tell the difference between a person and an animal. We do our best to design our systems to avoid false alarms.

Most live video monitoring systems use IP cameras to capture and transmit video footage in real-time. IP cameras are digital cameras that can be connected to a network and assigned an IP address, allowing them to be accessed and monitored remotely.

Many live video monitoring systems include motion detection, two-way audio, and night vision. Some systems even allow you to view live video footage on your smartphone or tablet.

Access control is regulating who has access to certain areas or information. This can be done in various ways, but the most common method is using some form of identification, such as a keycard or passcode. Access control systems are used in multiple settings, from office buildings to data centers to military facilities.