Optex demonstrates five security scenarios for sensors
IFseC 2017 Global sensor manufacturer Optex exhibited different sensor products centred on five security scenarios, including perimeter protection and tailgating detection, during IFSEC 2017. At the security show Optex s stand included a high security perimeter protection zone, where the company demonstrated its CPNI-approved fibre optic fence detection system, Fiber Sensys FD-322 series. The system detects intruders climbing or cutting through a fence.
Optex s REDSCAN RLS-3060 creates another layer of security around the perimeter fence to warn if a person or vehicle is approaching the fence. The company s perimeter intrusion detection systems are integrated with the GEMOS PSIM platform to trigger video surveillance drones to fly to the point at which the intrusion is occurring and send a live video stream to a control centre. In a second zone, Optex demonstrated its time of flight technology, where a scene is mapped in 3D to give an accurate representation of the objects present. The technology is used in Accurance 3D, Optex s tailgating detection system for interlocks. Other applications include object protection. Also at the show, Optex s REDSCAN RLS-2020 was on display, for visitors to see how the technology can protect assets and detect people jumping over turnstiles or climbing through skylights. REDSCAN RLS-2020 is already proven in identifying small objects or thrown objects being smuggled into restricted areas. For commercial and residential security, Optex also exhibited its new wireless infrared beam, the SL-TNR that works with universal batteries (CR123). The product can be partly hardwired.
The fifth zone included demonstrations of Optex s wireless outdoor sensors used in Internet of Things applications, for sending alarms and other data via the cloud to a smartphone, or to a remote monitoring station. Free download: The video surveillance report 2017 Sponsored by IDIS The Video Surveillance Report 2017 covers all things video surveillance based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals. Specifically looking at topics such as open platforms, 4K, low-light cameras, video analytics, warranties and this year due to the growing threat posed, the cybersecurity landscape.
Further topics covered include: The network cameras hijack during the 2017 presidential inauguration, updates on the forthcoming EU data protection law (the GDPR), ultra-low light cameras versus thermal cameras and much more.
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