A state-of-the-art, affordable thermal camera solution has long been an impossibility. Many organizations desiring to deploy such a solution have found that they simply could not afford such a luxury item until now. Thermal Radar is now affordable and applicable in a myriad of business applications including airports, bridges, car dealerships, construction sites, power plants, reservoirs or substations just to name a few.
It’s becoming ever more crucial to protect critical infrastructure against threats. TIR’s unique continuous 360 degree monitoring with flexible communication options allow all types of facilities to be monitored day and night.
TIR not only monitors the perimeter but also the approach to these facilities by reducing the critical reaction time for deterrent action activities. Fewer cameras equals less cost and maintenance.
Warehouse, Data Center and Storage
Warehouse, data center and storage facilities have unique and challenging security and power needs. TIR allows a facility to be monitored day and night, inside or outside for theft and suspicious activities.
Oil and Gas
Remotely and passively monitor and protect your facilitates, whether it’s a large facility, single asset, on shore or off shore. Certified to operate in harsh conditions, TIR covers more ground for less money. Continuous 360 degree security in a cost-effective solution.
Cost effectively adds a thermal layer of security to most facilities.
Dept. Of Parks and Forestry
Public security and safety is on the minds of public officials and citizens alike, continuous 360 degree monitoring notifies when there is a breach of security allowing for fast physical response times. Continuous and remote thermal monitoring can serve as an early warning mechanism for forest fires before they threaten residential or commercial areas. Can be deployed and operated easily and remotely.
Thermal Radar can be used as an early detection and alert solution for forest fires. Utilizing our mobile 30 foot tower system, a thermal camera can be placed at high ground areas and be configured to detect a 3 meter fire from over 5 km away.
Electrical and Power Grid Security
There are hundreds of thousands of power substations around the world and protecting these critical sites is an urgent requirement. While threats from vandalism are common, larger power grid weaknesses may prove an even larger threat. In the United States, for example, a weakness in the power grid has been identified. In response, NERC (North American Energy Reliability Commission) instituted the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards that address the physical security shortcomings of the energy sector.
Public Safety/Dept. of Corrections
Perimeter intrusion detection for jails, prisons and other corrections facilities is in a severe state of decline. Innovative detection solutions that are cost effective yet highly innovative are required in order to maintain the highest standards in protecting the public from those incarcerated in these facilities, as well as those intending to introduce contraband into these facilities. Thermal Radar provides the most cost effective and complete solution in providing the corrections system with wide area intrusion detection.
Countries are more and more concerned with understanding what is happening on their borders. Thermal Imaging Radar has unique continuous 360 degree thermal and color surveillance products so that agents know ahead of time what is coming their way giving them time to arrange an appropriate response. Choose from stationary units for walls, fences and buildings or mobile units for ‘hot spots’ and remote areas.
Airports face extraordinary security challenges including the threats of terrorist attacks on strategic aviation targets. Recent news reports indicate that at the Detroit Metro Airport between 2013-2015, 4 separate perimeter breaches occurred. The monitoring of such vulnerable locations and the perimeter of an airport is of the utmost import. National security issues aside, airports also face theft, vandalism and unauthorized intrusion which could lead to sabotage of systems. Certainly, in a post 9-11 world, one might think that airport security has been heightened and improved yet intrusions continue to be pervasive in the news in some of America’s largest airports.