Rhyco Risk Projects
Securing Savannah Hills Estate
Residential Estate Security Handbook 2019, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection
Savannah Hills Estate in Midrand planned a security upgrade which was awarded to Rhyco Risk Projects. The project started in March 2019 and was completed in May 2019.
Choosing your VMS platform wisely
Residential Estate Security Handbook 2019, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Residential Estate (Industry)
Selecting the right management platform can save money and increase efficiency over the long term.
Simpler, faster and more secure
June 2017, Access Control & Identity Management, Integrated Solutions
Hi-Tech Security Solutions asked three experts in the field of visitor management – Mark Paynter of TerPay Security Advisors, Gary Swart of Rhyco Risk Projects and Tim Timmins of G4S Secure Solutions – to share their insights into the features and future of visitor management solutions.
Protecting residents at Eldoglen Estate
CCTV Handbook 2017, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Residential Estate (Industry)
Eldoglen Estate is a sought-after destination for hundreds of residents. In 2016 the venue conducted a risk assessment and designed a surveillance security system for the estate.
The elusive ROI and TCO
CCTV Handbook 2017, Xone Integrated Security, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Despite the complexity of a surveillance project, organisations invest a lot of money and want the assurance that their investment will not only deliver their requirements over the long term (the ROI), but that the costs over the life of the installation won’t escalate dramatically, and that it is possible to calculate a reasonable total cost of ownership (TCO) for the whole project upfront.
The right people
Residential Estate Security Handbook 2016 - Vol 2, Sentinel Risk Management, Residential Estate (Industry), Security Services & Risk Management, Conferences & Events
As more large estates make the decision to build their own control rooms, the question of who they should employ and how they should be trained comes to mind.
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