Military grade perimeter detection solution to be showcased by CLD Fencing Systems at IFSEC International

CLD Fencing Systems, the UK supplier of rigid mesh fencing systems and security gates, will be debuting a state-of-the-art military grade perimeter detection system in the form of the SV5000 at IFSEC International 2017. Designed to offer a fully-autonomous PTZ camera with wireless detection, the system is powered by solar energy allowing rapid deployment to the most remote locations around the world.

With the ability to push video to any Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) globally on detection of a threat, the system can also pull video on demand to any Android or iOS device via a dedicated app. This feature means that the system can sleep and save battery power until a detection occurs.

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Once ‘awakened’, it the sends all communication across a fully-encrypted GSM WAN network thanks to its bespoke point-to-point encrypted network and military-based compression. This is in opposition to standard systems that have to rely on data-heavy TCP IP backbones.

The system requires no hard-wired power or communication network and offers a highly cost-effective detection system that can be integrated and placed alongside existing networks. With the ability to be mounted on either a permanent post, building, fence line or via CLDs FenceSafe temporary fencing solution, the SV5000 perimeter detection system is said to offer a ‘first’ for the protection of estates and assets.

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*Live demonstrations will be available on Stand C1570 at IFSEC International from Tuesday 20 June to Thursday 22 June. For further information contact CLD Fencing Systems via e-mail at info@cld-fencing.com

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