Borders

The Situation Today
Very few nations today are exempt from terrorism threats, attacks by hostile neighboring states, acts of smuggling or illegal immigration attempts originating from their air, sea and land borders. These security challenges are a clear and present danger for countries that have been dealing with such occurrences for many years as well as those that may find themselves suddenly facing new vulnerabilities.

The Challenge
To act swiftly and ensure optimal security at all times, security forces require comprehensive information about potential border breaches – in real time.

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Nuclear Reactors

The Situation Today
Nuclear facilities are an obvious and uniquely dangerous target for terrorist attacks or hostile operations, and as such they require the highest level of security available. Both the primary impact of an attack in disabling power production and the potentially far more devastating loss of life resulting from a radiation release demand that these facilities maintain hermetical perimeter security at all times.

The Challenge
In order to provide the necessary levels of security, nuclear reactors must be safeguarded against the full spectrum of potential attacks, including detection of threats arriving over land.

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Critical Infrastructures

The Situation Today
Both governments and private operators have recognized in recent years the need to achieve heightened levels of perimeter security in order to safeguard critical infrastructures such as oil refineries, LNG plants, utilities, solar power generators, water systems, and chemical factories, which are critical to national security, economic security, public health and safety, or other vital functions of modern society.

The Challenge
While critical infrastructures have historically maintained conventional perimeter security systems, the demands created by both increasingly advanced technology.

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Airports

The Situation Today
The perimeter security of airports, whether civilian or military, is of paramount importance in this day and age when they represent highly attractive targets for terrorism, smuggling (into or out of the airport), and, at times, attacks by hostile forces, whether by way of ground or air (including UAVs and missiles). In order to effectively monitor threats in real time, airports today require cutting-edge detection and monitoring solutions.

The Challenge
The very nature of airports creates a unique set of challenges for security officials.

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Seaports

The Situation Today
Seaports and other maritime facilities such as oil rigs and military installations are uniquely attractive targets for terrorists and smugglers alike, and protecting them poses unique challenges for security personnel, both in waterfront locations and far out at sea.

The Challenge
Conventional security systems such as walls and fences are not an option in the water, and neither are radar-based detection systems, which are ineffective in identifying penetration attempts by swimmers or small, fast moving boats.

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