Case Studies

  • KDS Security

    KDS approached CSL as they wanted a reliable signalling product to protect St. Vincent’s Castleknock College, a prestigious independent school.
  • Border Safeguard Ltd

    Border Safeguard were approached by Selkirk Rugby Football Club who required a 24/7 CCTV camera system at their Pavilion Gym Facility.

  • CIA Fire and Security

    CIA approached CSL as they required a connectivity solution that could provide remote access to the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) tennis courts. 

  • CCTV Camera London

    CCTV Camera London secured the contract to provide CCTV with remote access for ‘Winter Wonderland’, a large, high profile Christmas event based in London’s Hyde Park

  • Diamond Point

    Diamond Point were looking for a reliable solution to provide CCTV where there was little or no fixed broadband available.

  • Glendale Security Systems

    Glendale Security Systems were approached by Eladon's Shetland Ponies who required a 24/7 CCTV camera system at their stables.

  • Park School

    Park School encountered difficulties as they were left with no communications at the start of the academic year.

  • PFS Fire and Security

    PFS Fire and Security were looking for a connectivity solution for a medical centre affected by the Ransomware cyber-attack.

  • Action 24

    Action24 approached CSL as they wanted a reliable signalling product that would fit the requirements of Installers and their end users.

  • SmartWater®

    SmartWater’s Forensic Spray System required a signalling element to notify an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) once the system has been activated in error – to ensure it is restored correctly ahead of any potential activation.

  • National Security Systems Group

    National Security Systems Group (NSS) chose CSL as their preferred signalling provider as they wanted to upgrade their entire signalling estate from PSTN. 

  • Local Authority Smart Energy Management

    A Local Authority encountered difficulties when their existing schools IT network was imminently going to be de-commissioned; an activity that would leave boilers and building energy management systems (BEMS) disconnected from central control.