Securing your business.

Operating from the leading commercial monitoring centre in the country, G4S provides a broad range of monitoring services designed to secure and protect your business. Whether you have one site, multiple sites or a team of lone workers, we can develop a customised plan aimed at securing your premises and your employees. Our continuous investment in technology and partnerships with manufacturers mean we can offer you cutting-edge solutions.

A tailored plan to protect and secure your business.

Our first step with any client is to carry out a risk assessment of your premises and your existing infrastructure. Our specialist design team will then develop a customised monitoring plan, supplying monitored CCTV systems and other solutions in line with all standards and legislation. We can also offer an integrated monitoring and patrol and response service, which means your premises are safeguarded 24/7 by our expert monitoring staff and highly-trained patrol team.

We’re nationwide.

We monitor over 40,000 sites nationwide from our Dublin based Alarm Receiving Centre. The G4S Monitoring office is based in Citywest in Dublin and we have regional offices in Athlone, Limerick and Cork. We also have access to an approved subcontractor base nationwide, which reinforces our own vehicles.

We continuously invest in bringing world-class monitoring security solutions to the Irish market. Through strategic partnerships with manufacturers we have introduced cutting-edge technology, including remote CCTV monitoring, mesh radio network, vehicle tracking software and video analytics systems, to Irish businesses.

Our Services:

A wide range of services to meet all requirements:

  • Alarm monitoring:

Experts at our state-of-the-art Alarm Receiving Centre monitor a wide variety of alarm systems, from intruder alarms and fire alarms, to IP-based alarms and environmental systems. Our commitment to innovation means we provide solutions that you can rely on.

  • Mesh radio:

Unique to G4S Ireland, the mesh radio system operates on a private G4S network which means it is not dependent on GSM, phone line or internet connections and provides a fast, robust security solution. A remote mesh transceiver is used to monitor devices such as intruder alarms, fire alarms or building management systems. Mesh radio can automatically sense phone line or antenna cuts and will re-route alarm transmissions, helping you to minimise your security risk.

  • CCTV monitoring services:

Our wide range of CCTV services includes fixed CCTV systems; iGuard, a mobile CCTV system for remote or temporary sites; iVerify, a wireless intelligent video verification system; and Trackvision, a customised CCTV system for transport. All CCTV systems are monitored by the G4S Alarm Receiving Centre.

  • Advanced video analytics:

Our CCTV systems can also be supported by G4S 3VR, a video intelligence platform. 3VR can be integrated into an existing CCTV network, allowing you to capture and analyse video footage, focusing on details including faces, licence plates, demographics and traffic flow. This system is ideal for businesses in the retail or financial services sectors.

  • Lone worker protection:

G4S MyBodyGuard and G4S PAL are personal alarm locator devices designed to help protect lone or high-risk workers. The devices have a range of features, including two-way communication and GPS, that provide ongoing monitoring of your workers, minimising their exposure to risk.

  • Fleet management:

G4S Vehicle Tracking combines an in vehicle device with advanced software, giving you a complete overview of your fleet in real-time. Analysing data via fleet management software helps identify where fuel cost savings can be made, where man hours can be reduced and how deliveries can be completed faster.

Contact Us

(callers outside the Republic of Ireland should call +353 (0)1 2179100)

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