SIRA Approved CCTV Company in Dubai UAE

“Uniview-UAE is a SIRA-approved CCTV company In Dubai UAE with a history of providing installation services for a wide range of sites in Dubai, including hotels, malls, restaurants, offices, schools, warehouses, factories, and residential and commercial buildings since 2010.”

We have been granted approval by SIRA for the following activities

As a SIRA-approved CCTV installation company in , we have a thorough understanding of the specific CCTV needs for various types of businesses. Our expertise and experience in CCTV installation enable us to provide our customers with the most appropriate solutions. This also helps in getting SIRA audit inspections approved more efficiently. We have a strong reputation in the market, thanks to our exceptional technical support. Our customers consider us to be among the top CCTV companies in Dubai.

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SIRA is a government body established in 2016 by the Dubai government to regulate the security industry in the city. SIRA is responsible for managing the licensing of all security activities in Dubai, including guarding services, security system sales, installation, and consulting. In order for a company to carry out these activities, it must first obtain approval from SIRA. This applies to both new permits and license renewals.


SIRA has made it mandatory for certain types of businesses to install a CCTV surveillance system. These businesses can only obtain or renew their trade license after their surveillance system has been approved by a SIRA auditor.

The process for obtaining SIRA certification for CCTV installation is managed through SIRA’s online portal. The Security Service Provider (SSP) responsible for the installation uploads all the details of the CCTV system, such as camera model numbers, IP addresses, and camera-to-recorder mapping, as well as a schematic diagram and a maintenance agreement. Once the installation and documentation are complete, the SSP requests a SIRA audit.


During the audit, an SIRA inspector visits the site to ensure that the installation meets the agency’s requirements. If the inspector finds that the CCTV installation does not meet the requirements, they issue a FAIL report that lists the areas that need to be corrected. The SSP then makes the necessary changes and requests another inspection. This process continues until the inspector is satisfied that the installation meets all of SIRA’s requirements.


If the inspector passes the installation, the SSP then applies for and obtains the NOC, and if Video Guard is installed, the SSP must also obtain a Video Guard connectivity certificate from SIRA. The process includes uploading an SVG layout of the site, creating an E-map of the installed cameras, and requesting verification from an SIRA-approved engineer. If the connection is successful, SIRA issues a connectivity certificate which is necessary for passing the inspection.”

Obtaining SIRA certification for CCTV installation guarantees that the system in your building or facility is in compliance with SIRA guidelines and updated with the latest technologies. It is mandatory to have a properly installed security surveillance system in the building, failure to comply with this can result in fines. Different types of buildings and institutions have unique guidelines for CCTV installation set by SIRA.


SIRA certification also plays an important role in fulfilling other licensing requirements. Obtaining an NOC from SIRA is also a requirement from Dubai Municipal Authority to issue a building completion certificate.

SIRA has established CCTV installation guidelines for various types of businesses, including Hotels and Similar Activities, Malls, Shopping Centers, Banks, Money Exchanges, Jewelers, SIM card traders, Cinemas, Theatres, Sports Complexes, Multi-Tenant buildings, Shooting Rangers & Clubs, Military Equipment Stores, Hunting Equipment Stores, Gas Stations, Large and Diverse Stores (Department Stores/Supermarkets), Electronic Game Shops, Places of Worship, Art Galleries, Recreation Parks, Nightclubs, Sports Clubs (GYM) and Restaurants. Some of these businesses may also be required to install an intruder alarm system.


These guidelines specify the required camera locations, essential camera features, Field of View (FoV) of cameras, image sizes for different areas, minimum acceptable resolution and frame rate of video recording, and the minimum period for which companies should maintain their CCTV video record on site. In 2018, SIRA also issued a regulation that requires critical businesses to connect their CCTV recorders to SIRA’s control room through a device called Video Guard.


For more information on SIRA’s installation guidelines, you can check the SIRA website.