GSM Intergrate Dual Communication System (GIDACS)

A common form of attack on alarm panels is cutting its telephone line connection to the telephone company exchange. Once the connection is cut, the alarm panel cannot send emergency signals via the telephone to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS).
This prevents the proper authorities from promptly responding to the robbery taking place. In the Philippines, telephone lines from banks and establishments connect to posts above ground, which makes it easy for robbers to cut the phone line from outside the establishment, before breaking in. (more. . .)


Line Cut Detector (LCD)

Experienced bank robbers cut a bank’s telephone line connection before illegal entry into bank. Cutting the physical connection prevent the bank’s automatic alarm system from informing the Police Station and CMS of illegal entry. Thereby robbers are uninhibited from stealing from the bank properties.(more. . .)


Auto Vault Locking Mechanism (AVLM)

Cash inside a bank vault is the usual main target of bank robbers. Standard bank vaults employ a simple mechanical locking system to prevent illegal entry. Sophisticated bank robbers in the Philippines have begun to devise ways to overcome this system with the help of new technologies. Millions of pesos are stashed in a few minutes, before police or bank personnel are able to address the situation.(more. . .)