Radar technology offers a cost-efficient solution compared to traditional security personnel or complex camera networks. It's a one-time investment that pays off for years to come. The quality of a radar image does not change with the weather or the time of day. Whether over land or in a maritime setting, radars meet the demands of any mission, providing actionable intelligence even through degraded visual environments, such as smoke, haze, or fog. Radar operates silently and doesn't emit any visible beams, making it an ideal choice for discreet protection.  Radar systems are designed to instantly detect any movement within their coverage area, providing you with real-time alerts. Darkness is no obstacle for radar. It operates flawlessly in low-light or no-light conditions, ensuring 24/7 surveillance and peace of mind. Unlike traditional security solutions such as thermal cameras and electric fences that might trigger false alarms due to weather conditions or small animals, radar technology distinguishes between real threats and minor disturbances. You can trust it to focus on what truly matters.  Our radar systems can be integrated with a unified security platform and IMS so the alarms and threats can be handled from one GUI instead of several.

Drone detection
There are different technologies that can be used to detect drones, it can be with radar and/or RF combined. Deterrents and visual sensors can be added to enhance the system with other capabilities. Drone detection solutions can be used for a wide range of verticals and industries such as airports, ports, refineries, substations, stadiums, corporate campuses and many other.  Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, pose a significant threat to organizations across many industries. Due to drone’s ability to fly anywhere, drone operators can intentionally or inadvertently injure crowds, disrupt events, record restricted security areas, and even shut down airport flight operations. We take a proactive approach to mitigating threats posed by drones and preventing potential harm to operations, facilities, personnel, and intellectual property.

Incident Management System (IMS)
The events that the provided systems generate should be integrated into an Incident Management System (IMS). From a single interface, operators should instantly be notified of an incident and then be presented with actionable information from associated doors, alarm points, radars, cameras and other data points on a graphical interface such as drawings, maps, GIS etc. The incident will be presented in real-time in the graphical interface together with an SOP and it will help the operator to respond appropriately and gather the right information so the incident can be resolved quickly and with the correct measures.