When it comes to purchasing a perimeter intrusion detection system, you want to make sure that your investment ensures the best possible protection for your business.
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As the old saying goes, “prevention is better than cure”. And this is especially true when it comes to home security.
Are you in the market for a perimeter intrusion detection system? This is a product which could revolutionize the security on your site. If you are a business owner or site manager, you should know that an effective perimeter intrusion detection system has the ability to save you time and money, all while delivering the very best protection for your premises.
In recent years Urban Exploration has become an online sensation especially on video sharing sites such as YouTube.
While some people who participate in these activities do so lawfully in with permission from building owners,
it represents a real problem for keeping your site secure, especially when amateurs attempt to copy what they've seen online. Shopping centres, office blocks and industrial sites are all popular targets for such activities.
Thorough, independent testing is an unquestionably critical part of the development of any perimeter security system.
If you have installed a Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) around your property then you have taken the first step in protecting your property. Whether you have installed PIDS to guarantee the safety of your workplace and equipment or your home and family, it is important to guard against false alarms. Multiple false alarms may make you complacent. You need to be certain that when your PIDS gives you a warning, it is a real event.
Today, the high rate of insecurity both in commercial and residential sites is a serious concern. There is a vast array of security solutions on the market, from perimeter protection to mobile surveillance and electronic alarmed fencing. Many systems remain vulnerable, however, due to the nature of their surveillance – CCTV requires constant monitoring by a person, other systems cannot differentiate between an intruder and environmental influences.