IP cameras are CCTV cameras that use Internet Protocol to transmit image data and control signals over a Fast Ethernet link, they have the ability to use Power over Ethernet allowing for one cable to handle both power and data. Wireless systems allow cameras to be placed just about anywhere,and with weather and vandal-proof cameras they can be placed in virtually any outdoor location expanding the number of surveillance opportunities. With the integration of video surveillance with other systems and functions such as access control, alarm systems, building management and traffic management IP Cameras are a cost effective solution to your security needs.



Glasgow CCTV specialises in access control systems. Access control provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter a building and when. Our systems  will keep your buildings, staff and assets secure. From one door up to hundreds of doors across multiple sites, we have a solution to suit your needs.



Elan CCTV installs a cost effective wireless system that gives both Industry and Commerce a real alternative to regularly hemorrhaging money through false alarms.

One of the benefits of Alarm paging is that it immediately notifies the designated staff member exactly where an alarm has been activated via a pager.



There are many uses for Public Address Systems today, we have all experienced the application of public address systems at one time or another in our day-to-day life. We see/hear Public Address systems, or PA Systems are, in use in hotels, football grounds, shopping centres, banks, Post Offices, supermarkets, offices, factories concerts to name but a few. In basic terms a Public Address Systems (PA Systems) utilise microphones, amplifiers and speakers to provide an audio announcement or provision of information to a specified group of people using the PA Systems. This could be office staff, keeping customers informed of promotions within a shop or public service announcements etc. We at Elan design and install systems that meets the needs of your business.




The numerous options and alternatives in video management systems require careful consideration to ensure selection of optimal solutions for one’s needs. Whether or not you choose DVRs, hybrid DVRs, NVRs or IP video surveillance software, these elements are fundamental. We will review the following key aspects of video management systems:

Video Monitoring and Investigation
Recording Options
Integration with 3rd Party Systems
Cost and Licensing Structure