There have been significant changes in in the way CCTV systems are implemented and the regulatory framework that video surveillance systems must operate.

Comfort Zone designs, installs, maintains and supports CCTV systems for diverse security applications using the latest digital and IP-based products whilst providing support for existing legacy systems.

From basic entry-level systems to multi-site networks linking thousands of cameras across wide geographical areas, Comfort Zone has the industry leading knowledge and the skill base to develop & support both simple and complex video surveillance systems together with the skill set required to deliver monitoring, display and transmission network infrastructure.

Comfort Zone’s delivery model stresses the importance that all CCTV systems comply with the current regulations and guidelines for the use of video surveillance. This is vital if the operational and best evidence requirements are to be met as well as ensuring that compliance with legislation such as the Data Protection Act 2018 (GDPR) is achieved.

Our engineering team all hold formal qualifications in their key skill sets and are vetted up to and beyond those required by British Standards.

The use of IP-based technologies enables us to utilise the latest technology including panoramic cameras, artificial intelligence, face recognition, automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) systems and the use of very high-resolution cameras, all capable of providing the vital detail required for large area and perimeter surveillance projects.

The team at Comfort Zone recognise that new and emerging technologies play an important part in the delivery of an effective video surveillance system whilst considering that major key factors such as ease of use, scalability, cyber security, meeting the operational requirement and cost effectiveness should be included in any system design.

As an experienced security system integrator, Comfort Zone offers solutions and support to clients throughout the public and private sectors.