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Anti-intrusion Systems

Safety system: Design Philosophy

Design, planning, installation, putting into service and maintenance of the anti-intrusion and anti-theft alarm systems in compliance with the relevant CEI 79-3 and CEI EN 50131-1. Standards are necessary to create a safety system:

  • Scalability and expandability are the main features: the systems offered can be expanded if a specific company has higher requirements and this has no impact on operation.
  • Alarms are monitored in real time by means of programmable alarm centres capable of managing various types of signaling systems, among which technological signaling (tripping of the switch, power station,  UPS units, CDZ air treatment, fan-coils, flood sensors, thermostats, etc.).
  • Easy use: graphic maps are used to control and manage the system.
  • Suitable products provided with CEI and IMQ certifications are used.
  • Multi-platform: the management software must be capable of working with different operating systems because our customers’ technological infrastructures may vary and be particularly complex.
  • APP support is available for managing the system from a smart phone. IOS, Android and Windows compatibility exists for switching the system on and off as well as for rapid programme activation/deactivation and visualizing the programme status, the remote control status and the event log of the central unit. Advanced  system safety and isolation/reintegration functions are also available.
  • Segregation of areas: the system must be broken down into different areas depending on customer requirements, regardless of the fact that it is installed in private homes or in  large or small companies.
  • Intelligence distribution: field use of intelligent concentrators and possibility of managing systems distributed over very large geographical areas.
  • Electrical redundancy: operation through 12Vcc batteries capable of guaranteeing autonomy of at least 24 hours in the absence of electricity.
  • Multi-carrier systems: management devices and central units are provided with Ethernet cards for remote monitoring. The systems are capable of sending alarms through Ethernet carriers as well as GSM, GPRS, CONTACT-ID and 4G.
  • System connectable to existing third parties’ systems: it is possible to go beyond standardized Corporate solutions. The hardware is flexible and can be interfaced  with third parties’ SCADA or PSIM supervision systems is possible; data communication and exchange take place by means of 3DES-AES encryption algorithms.
  • Complex automated systems can be supported using products based on logic macro equations designed for automation and function management.
Anti-intrusion Systems

Anti-intrusion systems are traditionally designed for the following general purposes:

  • Increased level of safety against potential attempts of theft, robbery or vandalism.
  • Increased level of safety against potential internal attacks with compartmentalization of internal and external areas depending on the title, day, time, etc.
  • Increased safety awareness without prejudice to operation through the use of new technologies for switching the system on and off.
  • External perimeter control of access points, surfaces and volumes through the use of different technologies depending on the level of risk, the type of ground, weather conditions, climate and specific regulations applying to the environment. The most commonly used systems are microwave, infrared and double technology barriers, pressure or magnetic underground systems, microphone systems on fences, piezo-dynamic or optic fiber systems and single head radar sensors.
  • Volumetric control of areas within the perimeter of real estates where items which are particularly important for specific customers are located. This takes place by means of single-head volumetric outdoor sensors and of video-analysis video cameras.
  • Access, surface and volumetric control inside buildings by means of double technology volumetric sensors, long range volumetric sensors, curtain sensors, opening contacts, burglary sensors, breakthrough sensors for walls and reinforced concrete, microphone sensors, glass break sensors, sensors against cutting and gate breakthrough.
  • Protection of roofs and walls by means of breakthrough detection systems and scanner radar sensors based on the measurement of the flight time for the protection of glass partitions, roof windows and “smoke-outs”  on roofs.
  • Anti-theft protection for shops and stores, capable of meeting the design requirements of interior designers and architects. Elegant and refined anti-theft antennas with personalized colours and materials are supplied. On request the anti-theft systems can be combined with visitor counting systems provided with a software for controlling customer flows.
  • Protection of particularly critical internal areas such as EDP rooms, vaults, banks etc. by means of nebulizing smoke discharger systems capable of temporarily blinding criminals and preventing them from completing the theft or damaging the building.
  • Safety: “man on the ground” systems are used to signal possible sudden illness with GPS and 4G support for locating the person concerned.
  • Anti-terrorism systems by means of bollards meeting the customer requirements and preserving the aesthetics. They guarantee safety and, if necessary allow the transit of emergency vehicles or people for rapid evacuation purposes through an automated opening. Systems with metal detectors and X-ray control machines are also offered if necessary for anti-terrorism purposes.  A more internal barrier includes the protection of internal buildings and the rooms inside them.
Anti-Intrusion Systems
Anti-intrusion systems are traditionally designed for the following general purposes:

  • Increased level of safety against potential attempts of theft, robbery or vandalism.
  • Increased level of safety against potential internal attacks with compartmentalization of internal and external areas depending on the title, day, time, etc.
  • Increased safety awareness without prejudice to operation through the use of new technologies for switching the system on and off.
  • External perimeter control of access points, surfaces and volumes through the use of different technologies depending on the level of risk, the type of ground, weather conditions, climate and specific regulations applying to the environment. The most commonly used systems are microwave, infrared and double technology barriers, pressure or magnetic underground systems, microphone systems on fences, piezo-dynamic or optic fiber systems and single head radar sensors.
  • Volumetric control of areas within the perimeter of real estates where items which are particularly important for specific customers are located. This takes place by means of single-head volumetric outdoor sensors and of video-analysis video cameras.
  • Access, surface and volumetric control inside buildings by means of double technology volumetric sensors, long range volumetric sensors, curtain sensors, opening contacts, burglary sensors, breakthrough sensors for walls and reinforced concrete, microphone sensors, glass break sensors, sensors against cutting and gate breakthrough.
  • Protection of roofs and walls by means of breakthrough detection systems and scanner radar sensors based on the measurement of the flight time for the protection of glass partitions, roof windows and “smoke-outs”  on roofs.
  • Anti-theft protection for shops and stores, capable of meeting the design requirements of interior designers and architects. Elegant and refined anti-theft antennas with personalized colours and materials are supplied. On request the anti-theft systems can be combined with visitor counting systems provided with a software for controlling customer flows.
  • Protection of particularly critical internal areas such as EDP rooms, vaults, banks etc. by means of nebulizing smoke discharger systems capable of temporarily blinding criminals and preventing them from completing the theft or damaging the building.

  • Safety: “man on the ground” systems are used to signal possible sudden illness with GPS and 4G support for locating the person concerned.
  • Anti-terrorism systems by means of bollards meeting the customer requirements and preserving the aesthetics. They guarantee safety and, if necessary allow the transit of emergency vehicles or people for rapid evacuation purposes through an automated opening. Systems with metal detectors and X-ray control machines are also offered if necessary for anti-terrorism purposes.  A more internal barrier includes the protection of internal buildings and the rooms inside them.