Detection Technologies is pleased to announce a partnership with Gallagher located in New Zealand. Detection Technologies will supply Gallagher with perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS). The distribution agreement was signed on 22.06.2020.
The warehouse, which is occupied by retailer Sports Direct, was broken into in the early hours of the 2nd April 2020. A large quantity of stock, including large items such as pool tables, were taken.
In this time of the year there is finally some time to spend with the family and friends but also to relax and read. For this reason, we decided to share our five most read blog posts of the year 2019.
We would like to thank the ever growing number of Detection Technologies blog readers,
The new year starts with the Perimeter Protection exhibition - one of the best Perimeter Security trade shows worldwide. The exhibition takes place in Nuremberg from 14th to 16th January. This time Detection Technologies will share a stand with Berlemann Torbau which provides high quality physical perimeter security solutions under its brand INOVA. Together we demonstrate how electronics and mechanics can integrate for effective perimeter protection.
Detection Technologies will be exhibiting at Security Expo 2019. If you plan to attend the trade show you are very welcome to stop by at booth C71 and receive first hand information about our brand new product called MultiSense.
The ultimate goal of Smart Home is to increase the quality of life and security. Smart Home is no longer a vision but has become an integral part of our lives. When we leave home in the morning all doors are being automatically locked and a smart security system protects our valuables. When we return home after work our houses are already well-tempered and the LED lightning creates a welcoming atmosphere. Alexa provides us with the news of the day before we ask her to show the latest episode of our favourite series on Netflix. So how does Smart Home compare to Smart Perimeter?
The goals of Smart Perimeter and Smart Home are very much alike. It is all about high automation, less frustration and high security. Surprisingly, the truth is that the perimeter is nowhere as secure or automated compared to our private homes. In fact, Perimeter Protection often consists of outdated security systems that include blind spots and are easy to overcome. Perimeter Management still relies on various isolated systems with little ability to talk to another. But all this is about to change with Detection Technologies' Smart Perimeter Solution, a unique system that neatly integrates Perimeter Protection and Perimeter Management.
No good news for passengers departing from German airport Cologne/Bonn this Saturday morning. A security incident has disrupted flight operations. An extensive security check was carried out after a hole in the outer fence of the airport was identified.
Airports need to be among the most secure locations on Earth - and that includes protecting the perimeter against intruders. That first line of defence can prevent all manner of incidents, allowing airports to get on with the business of flying people and goods around the world.
Protecting your property is vital, especially when this property contains hazardous inventory, vital business equipment or valuable items. In these scenarios, CCTV alone is not enough. Catching potential break-ins is not enough – the goal is to prevent intruders from coming anywhere near the property.
Perimeter detection deterrents are crucial components for organisational, public, and private safety. Perimeter safety has a reputation for being costly and often inefficient, but this is an antiquated notion that does not reflect enhanced engineering methodologies. Technological advancements mean that reliable solutions are out there, but knowing which option to choose can be overwhelming.