Some situations require tough security. And when we say tough, we mean really tough. We’re talking several different levels of security so that it’s extremely hard for unauthorized personnel to enter or exit areas without being found out!
Of course, the first challenge for intruders or escapees is actually getting onto or off the property. So the need for a great fence is no brain burp! The presence of a strong, robust security fence is the first step in any perimeter system. It defines the boundary, creates a significant visual and mental deterrent and, especially if it’s topped with razor wire or something similar, it presents a nasty challenge to anybody wanting to climb over the top!
The fence is a great start, but simply not enough when we’re dealing with cases such as:
- Correctional facilities
- Military bases
- Defence force sites
- Government institutions
- Emergency services sites
- Mining and infrastructure sites
These scenarios call for a whole system of security measures that work together to provide total security 24/7. Modern technology and state-of-the-art software mean that today’s perimeter systems can integrate many individual components and provide real-time data and evidence to be processed by high-level security management systems. By combining elements such as security cameras, Sabra® fencing, security lighting and PE beams, each zone or area can be closely monitored at all times. And in the event of unauthorized entry or exit, real evidence (which is essential for establishing the facts of the incident) can be easily retrieved.
Sabra® fencing, which we mentioned above, is right on the cutting edge of technology when we’re talking security. This system, which can be retro-fitted to the existing security fence, comprises of a series of highly sensitive transducers which record and transmit data to a central hub, where it can be monitored and analyzed.
It’s accuracy is mindblowing, and it’s ability to distinguish between genuine intrusion and false alarm makes it one of the most popular choices and reliable options for modern perimeter security.
Within the compound or area, security can be bumped up a level using controlled access points. This means that in the event of an intruder making it past the initial fence-line, they can be prevented from further entry to high security areas by using coded locks, card-swipe entry or biometric recognition systems. Gates on the perimeter of the property can be remotely controlled, which allows staff within the compound to have total control of who enters or exits the facility via external gates.
At Australian Security Fencing, we understand perimeter systems, and we understand what it takes to keep your property and the general public safe. In fact, with over 25 years of experience, we’ve got a wealth of skills, expertise and practical know-how that’s second to none! Our team of professionals has your needs covered, from design through to installation. Call us today on 1800 666 927 and discuss your security needs with one of our staff.