More recent applications include commercial sites which require 24 hour security with out the need for additional lighting and in Europe the many solar sites developed are secured using thermal imaging cameras.
When thermal imaging cameras are linked up to an integrated computer management system they offer cost effective monitoring and reduce false alarms as the system "learns" what is classed as an activation.
Thermal Imaging cameras can also be utilized in residential premises or estates where more remote areas may require monitoring for protection or security purposes and where it is important to distinguish between animal and human movement.
A Thermal "perimeter fence" can be designed to create a fully integrated perimeter security solution that provides accurate intrusion detection and instant visual alarm assessment capability while minimizing false alarms.
Glendale Alarms and Security Systems are experienced in the design and installation of these systems and would be happy to discuss your security needs and how Thermal Imaging cameras could offer a cutting edge and cost effective solution.
Thermal Imaging Systems
Thermal imaging cameras produce images of invisible infrared or “heat” radiation. Based on temperature differences between objects, thermal imaging produces a clear image. In contrast with other technologies, such as light amplification, thermal imaging needs no light whatsoever to produce an image on which the smallest of details can be seen. Thermal imaging provides full visibility irrespective of the prevailing light level and weather conditions.
It can see in total darkness, in the darkest of nights, through light fog, in the far distance, through smoke and is able to detect anyone hiding in the shadows.
Clear video in daylight, darkness, and bad weather. Video that isn’t affected by shadows and back light; they can even look directly at the sun
The Cameras also have the power to tell the difference between objects like humans, animals, cars, and bicycles
They can "see" in total darkness, fog and snow making an ideal solution for sites which may be remote and subject to harsh weather conditions. Cameras can be fixed, dome or pan/tilt allowing total flexibility to suit the requirements of the project.
You may be familiar with thermal imaging cameras being used for Search & Rescue, Airborne Surveillance, navigation and possibly even Border Patrol.
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