Innovatively we achieved this milestone by making advancement in our technology adding variety of unbelievable function in this device. WE ARE THE PIONEER in this category in Surveillance Products


The prime attractive function is DVR will send SMS & call to given 04 GSM number and PTCL number when, CAMERA ON/OFF, DVR ON/OFF, POWER ON/OFF

CMS Software (Central Monitoring System)

CMH Software can monitor health of Security system install at premises of one window.
We offer off site remote monitoring over networks
We design, Install, Train, and backup central monitoring system

DGWSS Bio Matric Access Control System:

Definition of Access Control System:

Access Control is any mechanism by which a system grants or revokes the right to access some data, or perform some action. Normally, a user must first Login to a system, using some Authentication system.


•   Fingerprint, RFID and PIN reader and controller with built-In software
•   Electric Magnetic Bolt Lock
•   Door Glass Fitting
•   Power Supply 12-DC
•   RFID Card
•   Exit Push Buttonv

DGWSS Burglar Alarm System:


A security alarm is a system designed to detect intrusion– unauthorized entry – into a building or area. Security alarms are used in residential, commercial, industrial, and military properties for protection against burglary (theft) or property damage, as well as personal protection against intruders.


•   Door Sensor
•   Window Sensor
•   Motion Detector
•   Glass Break Sensor
•   Water Sensor
•   Smoke Sensor
•   Siren Sensor
•   Strobe Light Sensor

Other Components:

•   Keypad
•   Main Panel
•   Alarm Wire


SOS Alarm provides our customers with the quality, professional Installation, Service and Monitoring of Security Alarm Systems, Fire Alarm Systems, Access Control Systems, and CCTV Systems for both the residential and commercial markets.
SOS Alarms offers complete security systems for your business which can be configured to meet various levels of protection at very affordable monthly monitoring fees. One thing you can always count on is fast response time, and impeccable customer service
SOS Alarms is staffed 24/7 by trained professionals, using state-of-the-art technology to deliver a fast response to your home security monitoring needs.

(1) DGWSS Fire Alarm System:

Fire Alarm panel can protect your premises using motion sensors, gas leakage detectors, glass break detectors, door and window gap detectors etc. A fire alarm notification appliance is an active fire protection component. A notification appliance may use audible, visible, or other stimuli to alert the occupants of a fire or other emergency condition requiring action.

Fire Alarm Components:

Most fire alarm systems consist of the following components:
Fire alarm control panel – the system hub monitors inputs and system integrity, controls outputs and relays information.
Primary power supply – primary power for your fire alarm system is usually supplied in the form of 124V or 240V AC from the power company.
A fire alarm system is number of devices working together to detect and warn people through visual and audio appliances when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present. These alarms may be activated from smoke detectors, and heat detectors.

Break Glass

Panel can protect your premises using motion sensors, gas leakage detectors, glass break detectors, door and window gap detectors etc. A fire alarm notification appliance is an active fire protection component.

DGWSS Smoke Detecting Systems

Smoke detector is a device that detects smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial, industrial, and mass residential devices issue a signal to a fire alarm system, while household detectors, known as smoke alarms, generally issue a local audible or visual alarm from the detector itself.

Fire Alarm Control Panel

A Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP), or Fire Alarm Control Unit (FACU), is the controlling component of aFire Alarm System.

Heat Detector

A heat detector is a fire alarm device designed to respond when the convected thermal energy of a fire increases the temperature of a heat sensitive element. The thermal mass and conductivity of the element regulate the rate flow of heat into the element. All heat detectors have this thermal lag.

Fire Detector

A flame detector is a sensor designed to detect and respond to the presence of aflame or fire. Responses to a detected flame depend on the installation, but can include sounding an alarm, deactivating a fuel line (such as a propane or a natural gas line), and activating a fire suppression system




A smart home or building is a home or building, usually a new one that is equipped with special structured wiring to enable occupants to remotely control or program an array of automated home electronic devices by entering a single command.

Components of SMART HOME

1. Security System

The top component for every smart home is the security system. Having a smart home requires full security since this is vital to keep you and your property safe from harm. With the increase of violence out in the news today, security systems are important to every home owner. Having a security system installed in your home includes installation of wired surveillance cameras, motion sensors, smoke detectors, fingerprint or eye scanners, and the likes. With all these installed, you could definitely prevent burglary from occurring.
Even from a remote location, the homeowner could check or access the surveillance camera system and view a live feed of your home. This technology also allows homeowners to know if a window or door is left ajar or open. This allows a homeowner not to leave the house open to vulnerability. In times like these, alarm systems, especially those that offer hidden surveillance cameras are crucial to keep a lookout on thieves and burglary prevention.
If you are interested to keep your home safe from preying burglars, then go to your nearest alarm store and have your home security systems installed. Cameras may range from a variety such as wired cameras, wireless surveillance cameras, hidden cameras, and IP surveillance cameras. Having a complete alarm system at your home may be expensive but it is a sure and spotless way to give you a good night’s sleep without having to worry about burglars from entering your home.

What do you want to control…?

•   I would like to control my alarm system through my automated Control system
•   I would like automated door locks that automatically lock and unlock with my security code
•   I would like cameras tied into my Control system for secure monitoring and control
•   I would like to receive an alert on my phone if my garage door is left opened
•   I would like to be able to check on and control my home from anywhere

2. Intercoms

Smart home technology gives full credit to communication as a key tool in keeping the house safe and sound. With telephones & intercoms installed all around the house, communication won’t be a problem especially if you are living in an estate. You don’t have to shout your way to talk to a person on the first floor or let everyone in the household that you have run out of napkins. Intercoms allow ease of communication throughout your household while streamlining your way through common tasks. With this level of convenience, who wouldn’t want to build and purchase your own smart home…?

What do you want to control…?

•   I would like to communicate with people in different rooms through an intercom
•   I would like to be able to see who is at the front door and speak with them over the intercom
•   I would like to receive an alert if my house detects a water leak
•   I would like to receive an alert when my front door/garage door is opened
•   I would like to receive an alert if my smoke detector battery is low

3. Automated Appliances and Furniture

Smart home systems offer voice-automated appliances such as motorized shades and blinds, entertainment systems, lawn sprinklers, and even lights. Having these automated appliances at home relieves you of the laborious tasks especially when you are already old. Voice recognition software products are made available for smart home owners to easily program simple commands to your smart home

4. Centralized Lighting System

With a single click of a button, or a flip of a switch, you could already turn off all the lights in your house. No, I’m not talking about the circuit breaker, I’m talking about a centralized lighting system control that enables you to have lights in selected rooms to brighten or even set to a dim level depending on your choice. Other than having remote access to all the lights at home, this system also allows you to program your desired brightness in every room of your house. Lights can shut off automatically when not needed, and even turn on when needed. Who wouldn’t want this type of smart home system right?

What do you want to control…?

•   I would like to have all of my lights turn off with one button press
•   I would like to have my lights dim automatically when a movie is started
•   I would like to have my shades or blinds controlled with my same lighting controls
•   I would like certain lights to be controlled automatically based on time of day
•   I would like to control my lights from my smartphone or tablet device