Perimeter security and surveillance are critical 24/7 operations that can’t afford downtime no matter what visibility, terrain or environmental challenges are present. A well designed integrated sensor imaging system is your best defense in protecting your assets.
Perimeter Surveillance Considerations
- What are the potential threats and/or asset protection objectives
- What do you want to protect / detect
- Under what conditions
- At what range
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SRI International Sarnoff
The IOM PassThru drive-up iris recognition system for vehicle entry points enables accurate, biometric access control at the perimeter. Built on Iris-on-the-Move technology, the automated system is quick and easy to use, expediting the identity authentication earlier in the entry control process. The system performs in all environments under day and night conditions and integrates with existing access control systems.
The JM Series touchscreen video intercom system is designed to identify visitors at building entrances. The intercom features a 7-inch touchscreen for system navigation, door release and viewing visitors on the large display. Hands-free and handset communication is featured on all inside stations while picture memory records images onto an SD/SDHC card. The system supports up to eight inside stations for internal communication and four door stations. Flexible wiring choices using Cat-5e/6 cable help save on installation costs.
The Azco LightFence Perimeter Intrusion Detection uses a plastic optical fiber (AzcoWire) to detect intrusions on mesh, chainlink and barbwire fences. Fasten the plastic optical fiber (AzcoWire) to a chainlink or mesh fence with special bolts, then run the AzcoWire across the mesh and fasten them with a bend between the poles. There are zero false alarms due to vibrations or winds, and unlike microphone cables, plastic optical fiber (AzcoWire) only detects distortions caused by an intruder. The controller offers four, easy-to-adjust, sensitivity levels and is in an IP66-rated enclosure. A single controller device protects up to 820ft of linear fence, and several controllers can be placed in line for larger projects or to set zones.
TRES RF Solutions
The tres900 is a long-range, passive, UHF, tag reader specifically designed for a gated entry, vehicle ID and perimeter security industries. It will read EPC G2 tags in multiple form factors: windshield stickers, ISO cards, hang tags, and metal mount tags, from 15 to 30 feet away. The unique programming methodology allows users to program Wiegand data to any EPC G2 inlay. Wiegand, Serial and TCP/IP output formats are available. An inventory of generic tags allows us to fill most tag orders in days, not months.
Genetec is unveiling the latest version of Security Center that blends video surveillance (Omnicast), access control (Synergis) and license plate recognition (Auto Vu) on a single, unified platform, while an advanced camera blocks to further strengthen privacy protection. A new, threat-level, management functionality allows users to respond to changing security conditions in real time. The remote workstation control and software video wall functionalities facilitate collaboration. HID’s next-generation Edge and VertX EVO access control product lines are integrated into the Security Center.
Dortronics Systems Inc.
Dortronics Systems Inc. 7201 Series hi-intensity LEDs are highly-visible in virtually any lighting condition, including bright sunlight. Door security status can be immediately conveyed to system users and security personnel. The weather-resistant units are ideal perimeter access control gates exposed to the weather. If mounted near card readers, the LEDs can be used to clearly indicate when individual doors and/or gates can be accessed. Perfect for industrial applications, these LEDs are easily seen when viewed from a truck cab or forklift.
Terminus Shock Sensors deliver perimeter protection and are UL approved for mounting on windows, walls, roofs and safes. Ideal for residential applications, the Terminus SP3237 shock sensors contain two sets of contacts. This product has dual contact technology, which significantly reduces false alarms. Shock waves produced by an intruder cause the dual elements to momentarily bounce off the electrical contacts. All metal components are gold plated and hermetically sealed against dust and moisture to rigid ASTM standards. The SP3237 sensor is available in white, beige or brown and measures just 1 3/8" x 7/8" x 3/8".
The DuraView D2 camera protection system features a lens bubble that exceeds 1K 10 ratings and complements the company’s D2 and D3 camera enclosures. The lens is engineered to keep all brands of PTZ and mini-dome cameras safe from impact at every angle while still being optically pure. The system is designed for deployment where vandalism and camera attacks can occur, such as school districts, subways, military areas and cities.
The Passport 1000, designed specifically for campus environments, combines magnetic stripe, PIN code and HID Proximity or iCLASS card technologies in a single lock. The lock offers a cost-effective migration path for users looking to transfer to higher security credentials. Available in Wi-Fi and PoE versions, the lock takes advantage of existing network infrastructure to provide easier installations. The unit uses the company’s PERSONA Campus or approved third-party software to integrate into existing enterprise, transactional and housing systems.