Our Process

Core elements of our process

ICS Solutions is committed to the proposition that a security system cannot be considered complete until after it has been properly designed, installed, tested and the client provided with comprehensive training and documentation. We have established industry recognized procedures that are followed throughout the entire process. The core elements of the process include, but are not limited to:

  • Establishment of goals
  • Risk assessment

  • Determination of operations and procedures

  • Evaluation of existing Technology

  • Design engineering

  • Equipment and systems selection

  • Procurement

  • Quality control

  • Installation/Commissioning

  • Training

  • Test and turnover

  • Corrective/preventative maintenance

ICS Security Systems Signature Process

ICS is well versed in the electronic industry and supports local businesses and universities, in their needs for access control, intrusion detection, video surveillance, and intercom systems. Our integration knowledge allows us to design, install, and service all types of security systems. We integrate all the areas of the electronic security systems, to function as (1) security platform. We have integrated access control, video surveillance, and intrusion detection for the Baltimore Museum of Art, University of Baltimore, Nasa Federal Credit Union, as well as others.

Technical Approach

ICS uses a consistent and formal approach to project management based on project work breakdown structures keyed to staffing plans and schedules, and regular project reviews at the corporate level to monitor and control contract performance. Our standard process for security integration projects includes a full cycle of requirements analysis, system and detailed design, installation (facility) design, integration, and test activities prior to system installation work. We have tailored this systems engineering process to reflect the specific characteristics of physical intrusion systems and have used it successfully on numerous projects of similar technology and complexity to that being proposed here.

All ICS projects are based on well-defined work breakdown structures that accurately reflect the scope of work that is required, the products of this work, the resources that are required to complete this work, the budgets for performing this work, and the schedules that govern the performance of this work.