“Perimeter protection is moving towards intelligent analysis”
This week, SORHEA is invited by Erick Haehnsen from the TCA agency for Info Protection, a reference for prevention and risk management: “The faster a perimeter protection system detects an intrusion, the shorter are the deadlines to contain or limit the damage. On major industrial or logistics sites, or even near vital interest organizations (OIV), the first ramparts are based on an instrumented physical enclosure of motion sensors, vibration sensors (GFence shock detection cable); on infrared barriers with two, four, six or eight beams on spans ranging (type up to 100 m Maxiris). To ensure the security of the most sensitive sites, early detection is the key.
Thanks to constant innovation and an external growth policy, SORHEA now offers the broadest and most complete offer of the market: infrared barriers, fences and cladding detection cable, dual technology detectors, microwave barriers, detector fencing or video analysis. But the competitive strength of SORHEA lies in its adaptability to all possible security issues. Active infrared barriers. The principle of this technology is based on the emission and reception of an invisible light beam through transmitting and receiving cells.
Barriers are used to create a real intangible wall of detection. In case of absence or variation of the signal, an alarm is triggered, meaning that the infrared beam between the cells has been interrupted. Another technology used as the first bulwark for sensitive sites is the fences shock sensor cable. Thanks to the sensors, placed on the fence panels and connected to an electronic analysis unit, any climbing attempts, twists or cuts will be detected.
Thanks to the software ONETRACK, dynamic and multifunctional image analysis software, the images captured by thermal detectors are processed in real time. Any intrusion is detected by the software that transmits alarm information. In addition, depending on the configuration of the site, monitoring of the intruder in the secure area is then automatically achieved through the mesh of cameras on site.
Find the full article written by Erick Haehnsen from the TCA agency, here .