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Breakthrough Security

with Reda Technology

Reda is a leading system integrator and managed service provider specializing in electronic security systems. Since our establishment in 1998 in Hong Kong, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner in the industry. Our wide range of services includes surveillance systems, burglar alarm systems, access control, and more.


We are proud to announce that in addition to our expertise in traditional security solutions, Reda is at the forefront of AI and IoT innovation in the surveillance system industry. We understand the evolving needs of businesses and the growing importance of intelligent, connected systems.

Our Solutions

Our Solutions


Closed-circuit television systems (CCTV), also referred to as video surveillance, are widely utilized for effective security monitoring. By employing a digital video recorder (DVR) or a network video recorder (NVR), CCTV systems capture and record real-time footage of the monitored area. This valuable video evidence serves as a reliable witness, facilitating comprehensive investigations and ensuring the safety of your premises.

Video Management System

Our VMS (Video Management System) is a versatile IP video management solution designed to streamline the discovery, viewing, recording, and management of IP video cameras. With our VMS, users can monitor, analyze, and respond to critical events in real time, offering capabilities that traditional NVRs and DVRs lack. Serving as a magic wand in your CCTV system, our VMS acts as a platform for seamlessly integrating security systems and leveraging advanced AI functions.

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Access Control

Increase the security of your property with the installation of an advanced access control system. This reliable solution is commonly employed at the entrances of restricted premises to ensure only authorized individuals gain access. By implementing an access control system, you can effectively manage and monitor entry while maintaining a secure environment.

The core concept behind an access control system is to grant entry solely to authorized personnel. An access control system is closely intertwined with a time attendance system, forming two essential components that work hand in hand. While a sophisticated access control system is suitable for large-scale premises with numerous entrances, it is particularly beneficial for operations in complex environments such as hospitals, schools, and multi-site facilities with diverse shifts and intricate authorization requirements.

Our Burglar Alarm System comprises a sophisticated control panel and a range of meticulously designed devices, including indoor/outdoor burglar alarm sensors, magnetic contacts, panic buttons, glass break sensors, vibration sensors, and more. These accessories work in harmony, seamlessly connected to the control panel for a comprehensive security network.

With our advanced sensors and magnetic contacts in place, our Burglar Alarm System swiftly detects any anomalies within your premises. As soon as a breach is recognized, the control panel responds instantly. It sets off a piercing siren, alerting nearby individuals to the unauthorized entry and discouraging intruders from further intrusion. Additionally, the system can be configured to send an immediate alert to 24-hour central monitoring centre, providing you with real-time updates on any security breaches, no matter where you are.

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Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of interconnected devices and objects that collect and share data. These devices utilize low-power wide area network technologies such as LoRA, to gather data from wired or wireless sensors. The collected data is then stored in a server, whether physical or cloud-based, for analysis and reporting purposes.

IoT technology offers numerous applications, including occupancy sensors detect whether a room or space is occupied, enabling automatic control of lighting and atmosphere based on occupancy. Various sensors can monitor public washrooms, providing valuable information for efficient maintenance. Janitors receive notifications when soap or toilet paper needs refilling, trash cans require emptying, or when cleaning is needed. Users can also be informed about the availability of vacant stalls, reducing waiting times.

These examples showcase just a fraction of the potential IoT applications. The possibilities are virtually limitless as devices communicate with each other, enabling a seamless flow of information and opening up new opportunities for innovation and efficiency.

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