Thermal Perimeter Detection
Outdoor Security Systems for Business – Helping Safeguard Assets in Fenced Areas with Thermal Imaging
STANLEY Thermal Perimeter Detection uses state-of-the-art thermal imaging technology (sometimes referred to as thermal cameras) combined with intelligent analytics to help protect your organization from outdoor intrusion, theft and vandalism. This technology provides improved protection of your outdoor assets as opposed to outdoor security camera systems and other detection methods for businesses. Help keep your outdoor assets safe and identify threats prior to an indoor break-in through this powerful, proactive solution.
How Do I Protect Outdoor Assets?
Problem: You have high-value assets stored outside your business. Even though you have a fence, you know your assets are a target for theft, damage or vandalism. You need a solution to help proactively detect and verify intruders trying to get through your fence even during the night.
Considerations: Options include thermal imaging / thermal cameras, outdoor security camera systems, outdoor CCTV cameras, infrared cameras and other night vision cameras. You’ve tried PIRs (passive infrared sensors) and fence vibration sensors, but have had little success. You are concerned about having false alarms, since you are located by a wooded lot and animals are often on the premises. You have also heard from nearby businesses that the trees swaying in the wind, heavy traffic on the nearby highway and even blowing trash have set off their alarms.
Solution: STANLEY Thermal Perimeter Detection using thermal imaging technology (sometimes referred to as thermal cameras) will help you detect intruders trying to get through your fence giving you ‘night vision’. The analytics will help avoid getting alerted in the middle of the night with a false alarm from an animal. STANLEY’s monitoring center will contact the authorities when the alarm is verified – there is a human intruder on the property – which may lead to faster police response and reduced business losses for you. Combine with outdoor security cameras for an additional layer of security when it comes to documenting events for evidence.
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How Does Thermal Perimeter Detection Work?
Detection of Perimeter Breach with Thermal Imaging
Accurate Outdoor Detection of Intruders in Darkness & Adverse Conditions
STANLEY uses outdoor thermal imaging (sometimes referred to as thermal cameras) to help detect human intrusion into unauthorized areas even in darkness and harsh environments. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that an intruder’s thermal energy (“body heat”) can be identified the moment they breach your perimeter…triggering an alarm that is monitored 24/7 by STANLEY professionals at the ProtectionNet Customer Service Center. STANLEY thermal imaging, as opposed to typical outdoor security camera systems, is ideal for outdoor detection and do not require optimal environmental conditions such as adequate light, lack of rain or snow, or unobstructed views.
Determination of Human Presence
Thermal Camera Analytics Lead to Fewer False Alarms
This thermal imaging solution uses intelligent software analytics to help discriminate between human intruders and environmental “noise”. This “noise” typically causes false alarms with other solutions like outdoor security cameras. Utilizing sophisticated algorithms, our thermal imaging solution can identify and eliminate common factors that trigger false alarms, such as inanimate objects, animals and movement outside of your perimeter. The results are improved alarm accuracy and reduced business disruption due to false alarms.
Verification of Crime in Progress
STANLEY Verifies Thermal Imaging Alarms to Minimize Business Disruption
Our STANLEY Security team of professionals reviews both alarm information and thermal camera evidence during an incident to help verify an actual intrusion prior to requesting police dispatch. This process not only significantly reduces false alarms but may also increase the likelihood of priority police response, decreased business losses and increased apprehension rates. With verification of the intrusion, disruption to your business is minimized and limited local police resources are more effectively utilized.
The STANLEY Standard — Committed to Providing World-Class Security
Installation and configuration of outdoor security thermal imaging solutions require the highest level of expertise and attention-to-detail. We meet this challenge with what we call the STANLEY Standard. Each technician is equipped with the right training, tools and experience to meet your unique security needs. And they’re backed by professional Project Managers and Solution Support Specialists who collaborate on each installation to exceed your expectations. That’s what sets us, and our customers, apart.
Thermal Perimeter Detection - Provides Outdoor Security Across Multiple Industries
Commercial Equipment Rental yards can have millions of dollars of inventory that is stored outdoors, vulnerable to theft and damage. Using thermal imaging technology, an alarm is triggered the moment an intruder violates the perimeter during armed hours – giving law enforcement more time to respond and increasing the chances of apprehension.
Vehicle Service and Repair
Both personal and commercial vehicles are at risk for vandalism or theft when stored overnight in outdoor lots. This can lead to significant loss and reduced profits for Vehicle Service and Repair businesses without advanced security measures. Thermal Perimeter Detection is designed to trigger an alarm the moment a fence or other physical barrier is violated, regardless of darkness or other environmental conditions – unlike outdoor security camera systems.
Industrial and Manufacturing complexes often seek to identify intruders before they enter buildings within their perimeter. Thermal Perimeter Detection can trigger an alarm when a fence or other physical barrier is breached, providing protection to indoor assets and inventory before a break-in occurs. Thermal imaging technology is effective regardless of darkness, rain, snow or other environmental conditions.
Warehouses, Distribution Facilities and Logistics organizations with outdoor assets and transportation equipment are frequent targets for thieves and vandals. For those locations with fences or other physical barriers that must be protected at night, Thermal Perimeter Detection can provide immediate intruder detection and alarm verification for priority police response. Combine with outdoor security cameras for an additional security.
Public Utilities that deliver critical infrastructure components can be vulnerable to vandalism, theft and sabotage. While these locations are typically protected by a fence, the additional layer of security offered by Thermal Perimeter Detection (sometimes referred to as thermal cameras) can alert authorities in near real-time when Utilities are at risk, even in darkness and harsh environmental conditions.
Resources and More Information:
Case Study: Herc Rentals
View the case study for more information on how Thermal Perimeter Detection keeps Herc Rentals locations safe.
Flier: Thermal Perimeter Detection
STANLEY Thermal Perimeter Detection, using thermal imaging combined with intelligent analytics, provides a reinforced layer of security for outdoor / perimeter intrusion detection.