When the Irish Security Door Is Locked
Posted On July 14, 2021
The Dublin security door is one of the more popular of Dublin’s security features.
The doors, which have been designed by the architect G.B.
Grisham, are made from aluminium and are meant to be easily removable.
They are easy to access and are covered in the security glass that protects them from burglars.
When the door is locked, it does not open as the glass will remain locked until the owner enters.
The doors also have an additional button which opens the door automatically when the doorbell rings.
There is also a second button which closes the door when the lock is disengaged.
A Dublin security guard stands by the front door to protect the door from theft.
Dublin’s security system uses infrared cameras and lasers to measure movement around the perimeter of the building.
In addition to the CCTV cameras, there are also infrared sensors placed at the entrance, the back and at the side of the door.
Dubois has been building up its security defences in recent years, and has built several large-scale security installations.
Dublin also recently unveiled a €1.2 billion investment to upgrade its security systems, and in May this year, it received an international grant of €1 billion.