Pinpoints the exact location of intruders
Wildlife presence in high-security sites is often problematic, resulting in disruptions and delays. Equally, systems with high false alarm rates which frequently detect small animals as a target may waste time and cause operators to lose trust in the system.
AdvanceGuard's high-resolution sensors and intelligent software detects then tracks wildlife and analyses it's behaviour. Alarms are only raised when animals are a true threat to safety. Detection of small animals can be filtered out by the AdvanceGuard software, resulting in fewer false alarms and optimum trust in the system. Low false alarm rates mean when wildlife is a danger, operators will respond faster resulting in fewer incidents.
- Rain, fog, snow, sand and dust storms
- Complex or cluttered environments
- All level of light, from darkness to sun glare
- Adverse temperatures
- Warns and tracks
- Fully automated system
- Integratable with third-party cameras
- Complete situational awareness
- Adaptable and scalable
How Does Animal Detection Work?
360° detection sensors will alert operators to the presence of an animal in the selected area. The system takes control of third-party cameras, pointing them to the exact location and alerts operators where necessary to true safety threats. The rules-based system means an alert will only be generated in areas chosen by system administrators, such as runways. This keeps nuisance alarms to a minimum.
Why Choose AdvanceGuard for Animal Detection?
Pin points the exact location of wildlife intruders, and their direction of movement and speed, providing accurate data for fast response.
High-resolution radar differentiates target size, meaning it can filter out small animals and only raise alarms when wildlife is a true threat.
Wildlife detection in and outside of the perimeter. Intuitive interface. The system controls cameras, relays and other sensors. It integrates with bulk SMS providers ans security/video management systems.
Real-time tracking, enabling a fast response to any animals in an area which might pose a danger. Ability to recall track history.
Radar sensor scans 360°, covering up to a 3km radius. This means very few sensors are required for an entire site.