Okanagan Engineered Solutions Ltd   250-486-0010

Locally Owned and Operated in the South Okanagan

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   Portal Security  

Monthly Rental Plans 

Ideal for Construction site, Events, Parking Lots and Dealerships

Our  trailers are designed for Live remote video monitoring to detect, identify and evaluate suspicious activities 24/7

Perimeter Geo fencing trip lines

Infrared Cameras, night vision

Motion Alerts to your phone or email

LTE and WiFi connectivity to view camera info anywhere

Intruder Alerted strobe lights

Intruder Alerted sirens-optional

Canada Geese Deterrent Lights

We are a Western Canada distributor and provider of Away With Geese products.

Want to know how to get rid of geese? 

With a 97% success rate over 15 years, over 26,000 units in service worldwide, these are an industry leader and  you won’t be disappointed.

Geese deterrent products feature a solar-powered light that is scarcely noticeable to humans but is very disruptive to the sleep of the geese, causing them to find another habitat after just a few restless nights. The solar-powered lights charge each day and flash 360 degrees, every two seconds from dusk to dawn, at eye-level of the geese. They require no maintenance and the durable ABS plastic of their bases will withstand any weather conditions. Each unit will get rid of geese in a 100-yard radius.


The original unit is designed to easily rid private lawns, fields and gardens of unwanted geese, taking only seconds to install and easily moved, if so desired. It is satisfaction guaranteed to deter geese from the freshly-cut grass and water features of yards and prevents additional geese from coming and staying.



The Industrial Unit is recommended for use in public areas such as athletic fields, industrial areas, and parks, where theft of the unit is a concern. It builds on the success of the Residential Unit with the added security of a steel auger that twists into the ground to avert theft. It is completely worry free—no theft and no geese.



The floating Water Unit is recommended for use in ponds, lakes, retention areas and any waterway where unwanted geese are a problem. It is satisfaction guaranteed and is maintenance and worry free; it won’t tip or be affected by the elements, and can stay in the water year-round.



The Dock Unit is recommended for docks where geese congregate, and to control geese on the land and water immediately around the dock. The Unit is satisfaction guaranteed to deter geese from the marinas and docks that geese find so secure, and is easily taken on and off of the included Bracket.



The Roof Unit is recommended for use on flat rooftops of commercial buildings where Canada Geese reside. A wide and weighted base safely secures it in place, without penetrating or harming the roof. Prevent costly damage with this maintenance-free and guaranteed unit.



The heavy-duty steel Industrial Cage protects the Industrial Unit and is recommended for locations where a person abusing the unit is of concern. The Industrial Cage is mounted over and locked to the Industrial Unit, so that the unit is simultaneously safe from theft and also protected from harm by the Cage. (Industrial Unit sold separately).


            FlexZone                  Fence Intrusion Protection 

FlexZone is a cable-based fence-mounted system that detects and locates any attempt to cut, climb or otherwise break through the fence. FlexZone adapts to a wide variety of fence types and is ideal for sites of all sizes.

Mini Bullet PTZ

Object Tracking Cameras

 Speed Dome Network Camera

360° Coverage 

5MP ·30x Optical Zoom ·Ultra Low-light · Smart IR II

PTZ Auto Tracking · 3D Positioning 

PTZ Motion Detection · 60fps · PoE

PTZ Cameras 

A pan–tilt–zoom camera (PTZ camera) is a camera that is capable of remote directional and zoom control. This results in the camera following movement. The program allows the camera to estimate the size of the object which is moving and distance of the movement from the camera. With this estimate, the camera can adjust the camera’s optical lens, zooming in and out, in an attempt to stabilize the size of pixel fluctuation as a percentage of total viewing area. Once the movement exits the camera’s field of view, the camera returns to a pre-programmed or “parked” position until it senses pixel variation and the process starts over again.

Dome Cameras 

The most common type that’s used on most security cameras is infrared (IR) night vision, which relies on infrared light. Infrared light is completely invisible to the naked eye. So it doesn’t look like a bright light is flooding the area from the outside, but it actually is—your eyes just can’t see it IR or night vision cameras use infrared light to illuminate images in the dark. Infrared light is actually all around us

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