Specifically developed to provide low-cost solutions with key features. Scan-360 and associated products meet the regulatory requirements of a wide range of specialist markets. The product range offers solutions optimised for area, perimeter and corridor protection.
- AREA COVERAGE SOLUTION -
360 degree security coverage and 200m range
Protects an enormous area in excess of 125,000 square metres.
Advanced digital signal processing & RADAR technology gives high detection probability and low false-alarm rate in all weather conditions.
Automatically slews PTZ camera to point at intruder for autonomous operation.
Compatible with analogue and ONVIF IP camera systems.
Very simple configuration using web browser interface.
- WIRELESS FENCE SOLUTION -
Provides a long-range perimeter protection solution with very narrow 'beam break' functionality.
Sends VMS alarm outputs over IP interface.
May be mounted close to ground to detect crawling intruders.
Sophisticated signal processing reduces false alarms.
- STATIC RADAR SOLUTION -
Ideal for guarding narrow corridors, e.g. areas between or around buildings.
Extremely simple installation and adjustment of operating range, up-to a maximum of 200m using web browser interface.
Uses RADAR technology and digital signal processing from the Scan-360 to give excellent detection probability and low false-alarm rates.
Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) and VMS alarm integration using IP interface.
- INTEGRATED INTELLIGENT CAMERA SOLUTION -
360 degree coverage with no blind spots, 200m range in all directions, fully integrated stand-alone solution.
System provides an intelligent early warning detection and automatic surveillance system in an integrated product. It is designed for applications where wide area detection and automatic tracking of moving objects is required.
Protects and monitors area in excess of 125,000 square metres in all weather conditions – rain, fog, snow, mist as well as extreme hot and cold climates.
Scan-360 radar technology gives high detection probability and automatically points camera toward the intruder for autonomous operation.