They help to protect a site perimeter from a range of security threats.

Perimeter protection systems include:

  •     CCTV
  •     Video surveillance
  •     Perimeter alarms
  •     Site fencing
  •     Perimeter Lighting
  •     Gate access

In providing complete protection and security for a site’s perimeter, alarms and cameras can be fitted with:

  •     Infrared beams – An invisible beam which will ‘alarm’ when broken
  •     Passive Infrared Sensors – Detecting motion around the external perimeter

Usually, if the system is triggered, an alarm signal is sent to an onsite or offsite security team to review the footage or take the appropriate action.

Perimeter CCTV surveillance and offsite monitoring

As a form of advanced protection, perimeter CCTV surveillance cameras can be deployed to monitor activity around a site’s perimeter.

Footage can be viewed internally by an onsite security team, or offsite via the use of CCTV monitoring.

Sites with a vast perimeter often need protecting most at night.

To aid detection accuracy, the range of cameras we recommend are:

  •     PTZ cameras
  •     IP CCTV cameras
  •     Thermal CCTV and video analytics
  •     ANPR CCTV cameras

Perimeter detection systems

There are a range of perimeter detection systems. These advanced threat and intruder detection solutions include:

  •     Passive infra-red (PIR) sensors
  •     Infra-Red (IR) lighting and illuminators
  •     Perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS)

Passive infra-red (PIR) sensors

PIR sensors detect intruders approaching your site perimeter.

When triggered, the system can:

  •     Alert your security team to a potential security threat
  •     Trigger security lighting
  •     Activate an alarm siren

Infra-Red (IR) lighting and illuminators

You can fit IR lighting and illuminators to CCTV poles. These advanced detection systems help to:

  •     Reduce false alarms associated with grazing wildlife and falling branches
  •     Offer an element of stealth when seeking to detect and catch intruders
  •     Send an alarm signal to the main control or central station if human presence is detected