4G-enabled security system to be launched in Rwanda

Phone Surveillance exacq FlickrThe new solution will make it easy for people to keep a track of the video feed from their CCTV cameras. (Image source: exacq/Flickr)Rwanda-based security company ISCO Intersec Security (ISCO) is set to launch a 4G-enabled security system

The new 4G technology will be launched later this month as a part of the company’s strategic shift to move away from traditional security practices and use technology in security industry. With this service, customers will be able to acquire IP-based video surveillance cameras to enhance connectivity, installation and maintenance at affordable rates.

Vincent Gatete, general manager of ISCO, said that this technology will enable clients to monitor their homes and property with use of Internet-powered gadgets such as smartphones, tablets and computers. The digitisation of security operations is a response by the company to the changing needs of clients, he added.

ISCO has recently re-branded itself, changing its name from Intersec Security. Gatete explained that the change is a part of the strategy to respond to the growing demand emanating from the country’s current economic growth. He said that the new identity is a reflection of a change that is driven by the need to deliver better services and diversify services from traditional security to modern security solutions.

“We have improved the way we work. We are making a new commitment, a new promise and a new vision to our clients. The re-branding is more than change in face, it is the way we want to deliver unequalled service to our clients and total change in customer service and staff capacity,” Gatete said.

ISCO employs more than 5,000 permanent employees across Rwanda and provides various armed and unarmed security and guard services. The company will also launch a stand for the new 4G solution at the 4G Square in Kigali.

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