Commonly, Port and Industrial Facilities administrators are finding themselves overwhelmed by new trends in crime and added responsibilities of security conformance issues. Often they are bogged down with traditional security devices and antiquated operational procedures that are part of timeworn security programs.
Combining security and operation reasons, industrial companies are looking for a state-of-the-art CCTV system that will secure and improved operations, in addition to a substantial reduction in manpower costs.
Most ports’ perimeters are protected today by a mix of indicative fences and video analytics which incur high installation and maintenance costs and generate a multitude of false alarms and in some conditions such as heavy fog or rain, simply do not function properly.
Magos SR500 radars – 20 radars covered a perimeter of over 8KM. The radars detect up to 500m and cover 120˚ in azimuth and 30˚ in elevation giving best in class coverage of 60+ acres with a single sensor and no blind zones underneath the radar due to the wide elevation coverage.
PTZ Cameras –PTZ cameras with illumination are auto-cued to all radar detections via MASS control software.
VMS integrates the radar’s detection with the PTZ cameras to follow the detected targets and Video Management Software
VMS also supports analytics, PTZ tracking, and hand-off from fixed to PT cameras. It is intuitive to use, has scalable architecture, enhanced cyber security, and an open-platform design that integrates with third party.
Any time a target is detected within an area of interest MASS generates an event in the VMS. MASS also integrates Magos’ breakthrough deep learning classifying to filter nuisance alarms.
Servers, Storage and Clients
FLIR’s Universal System Solution (USS) servers and clients are designed to meet the scalable performance and storage requirements of large video surveillance installations. The USS Enterprise-Class storage system is a turnkey solution with up to 96TB of storage, plus tremendous speed and redundancy. Each FLIR storage device runs FLIR’s Latitude Network Video Management System, a central component of FLIR United VMS.