Client's personal and family risks
We secure your home by planning and installing smart, elegant and high-tech security systems.
"4D1R" Principles: Detect, Deny, Delay, Deter & Response
Core Layer (Deny & Respond):
Second Layer (Deny & Delay):
Lock & Key
Outer Layer (Detect & Deter):
Perimeter Intrusion Detection System
UCS is constantly on the lookout for cutting-edge technologies to add to our portfolio, and with the D-Fence system, we believe we've found it.
D-Fence uses military grade pressure sensors to ensure that no intrusion goes undetected. Weatherproof, durable, and accurate, the
D-Fence system is made to last for years with close to zero false alarms. The differentiating factor between D-Fence and other intrusion detection systems is its capacity to integrate into the surrounding architecture or environment without compromising on security or aesthetics.
Our security specialists are impressed time and time again with the reliability of the D-Fence system.
What We Offer
4 Stages to maximize perimeter security and ensure intruder detection
Security Risk Assessment
Client's personal and family risks
to obtain a tailor-made solution that best suit each & every client
Planning & Design
Layered design approach
A detailed design & planning by security specialists
An unbreakable solution
Professional PM Team
Experienced & Quality Labour
Inspection and Testing of System Installations & Equipment
System precautionary checks
Full system checking
24-hours emergency call support
On-site maintenance and repair work
Replacement of system
Makes You The Target?
Most burglary cases occur because house owners do not pay much attention to security.
With the current technological advancement, it is surprising that we see a lot of houses that still rely on 30 or 40 years old out-of-date security systems to protect their personal and assets safety.
Conventional security systems perform very poorly in outdoor environments, producing too many false alarms that render the system non-functional – you can imagine the nuisance it brings if the alarm goes off a few times per day or even a few times per hour.
There are TWO major reasons that your house may be a better burglary target than other houses:
Use of Outdated Security Systems
Most security intrusion systems in the market ((“RF”) type detectors (i.e. infrared beam, passive infrared, microwave), sensing cables, CCTV motion detectors, etc.) fail to provide a reliable detection function for outdoor areas. In many cases, outdoor interference such as small animals, wind, rainfall, humidity, and tree branches will easily trigger what we know as a “false alarm”. False alarms are the last thing you want to come across in terms of security, your alertness to danger will be desensitized if each alarm turns out to be false, and the nuisance it brings to you and your neighbor can be annoying.
A good intrusion detection system must be able to (1) accurately detect an intrusion, and (2) minimize false alarms. We can formulate a good response plan (i.e. to trigger alarm sirens and flood lights to warn-off intruders, and transmit to your mobile devices and your alarm center for emergency response).
Lack of Security Planning
Another problem we find in common in burglary cases is that the burglar will spend time and effort to observe targets and exploit the weaknesses of their security systems. To guard against this, the design and planning of a security system must be done comprehensively by experienced professionals.