Protecting large and complex sites with a variety of structures is a big challenge for security personnel. Alarm systems help step up security and their user-friendly design provides additional convenience – even when requirements are highly complex.
Here you will find different application examples of all ABUS alarm systems. In addition to the corresponding object description, you will find an overview of the requirements and individual solutions offered by ABUS – whatever your commercial needs.
The art nouveau Church of St Nikolaus in Essen, Germany, was built over 100 years ago and is one of the oldest churches in the region. With its artistic stained glass windows and magnificent chancel with intricate gold work it is both a place for reflection and an invaluable work of art. Hard to understand, then, how anyone could disturb the peace of the church, something which has sadly occurred on several occasions, with burglars having broken into the vestry, stolen items and even damaged the church itself. To draw a line under all this, an ABUS Secvest wireless alarm system has recently been installed to safeguard the church and adjoining rectory, ensuring that this historic church and the precious religious artefacts within are protected against vandalism and theft.
Mobile phones have become a status symbol and are therefore one of the high-tech devices that is most frequently stolen worldwide. This was also the experience of Orange, one of the largest mobile phone providers in Austria. Following several break-ins at their stores, Orange decided to equip its shops with security technology from ABUS. A combination of interior and perimeter protection will guarantee that thieves no longer stand a chance.
The increasing number of false alarms issued by the old wired alarm system - which used motion detectors to monitor just the interior of their large practice in Hamburg - prompted the medical team to install a new danger detection system. They chose a wireless system because of the great flexibility this provides. Following extensive measurement of the two-storey practice, the team decided to install the Secvest 2WAY system from ABUS. The easy-to-use codechip system won over the doctors and staff at the practice.
The specialist bike chain Little John Bikes, established over a decade ago, now has 19 stores throughout Germany. In addition to high-quality bikes and matching accessories, it also sells mobile security products from ABUS such as locks, helmets and bags. Following a spate of three break-ins at the Chemnitz store within a short period of time, the owners decided to take action and chose to go with the wireless Secvest 2WAY system from ABUS, based on its positive experience with ABUS's mobile security products.
With 800 restaurants, SUBWAY® is the second largest fast food chain in Germany. In its expansion strategy, SUBWAY® relies 100% on independent entrepreneurs, who penetrate the local market as franchisee partners according to a specific company and brand concept. The franchisees have a free hand with regard to protecting their shops because the size of the shops varies in line with demand. The outlet in München-Pasing was equipped with security technology from ABUS to protect it from break-ins.
An aging wireless alarm system, which was not functioning optimally and issued repeated false alarms, prompted epeg Energieplanung to install a new danger detection system. The new system had to be easy to operate and function reliably in the event of break-in and fire. The company opted for the easy-to-install Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm system from ABUS.
Jürgen Schmieder GmbH in Augsburg, a branch office of the Zurich insurance group, is one of the largest branch offices in the Federal Republic of Germany. The office manager would like to protect not only the several thousand customers but also the 20 or so staff at the office. As part of a cooperation arrangement between ABUS and Zurich, Jürgen Schmieder GmbH decided to install the Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm panel to protect the office. Its motto: "Zurich puts its money where its mouth is."
The first Fressnapf store in the newly developed industrial estate at Osterhofen opened in December 2009. Following a series of burglaries in neighbouring shops, a decision was made to install the ABUS Secvest 2Way wireless alarm system. Splitting the shop floor area into individually monitored sections ensures protection even during business hours. Wireless magnetic contact detectors combined with wireless motion detectors protect against unauthorised intruders and the panic alarm button ensures staff safety.