Significance of Perimeter Fencing Security

Perimeter security is designed with the primary purpose to either keep intruders out or captives contained within the area the boundary surrounds.

Both natural and manmade barriers can serve as perimeter security.

Beginning with the advent of electronic sensors, the concept of perimeter security evolved rapidly to include more modern, technological solutions.

This allows both private entities and governments to protect wider areas with less manpower involved.

In World War II radar was first introduced to detect airplanes and ships and later ground targets. Well along, ground surveillance radar was coupled with steerable cameras that were automatically cued onto targets for quick evaluation of the threat.

These systems were large and very expensive. In the military, small force deployment has created complex perimeter protection problems.

It has also created opportunities for innovation. Secure wireless communications, lightweight weaponry, faster transport and portable perimeter protection have all become vital to the success of such missions.

Compact surveillance radar (CSR) deployable in minutes provides temporary or portable perimeter security.

While military applications have pressed the innovation for more mobile, affordable perimeter protection, today’s growing threats to homeland security have launched another wave of pioneering products to protect airports, bridges, harbors, dams and electrical substations.

These include solutions such as thermal cameras, compact radar, microwave and radio wave fences, and biometric scanning, most of which can be linked to smartphone or tablet technology.

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