Typical components of a reliable and efficiently designed perimeter detection system include infrared photoelectric beams, microwave detection, thermal cameras, video analytics, lighting and physical fencing solutions. “Creating robust connectivity to all the physical security devices is a design requirement to optimise an integrated solution”, says Luis Angulo, Commercial Director at KBC Networks.
While indoor security is widely used thanks to video surveillance, intrusion alarms, access control and other IoT systems; outdoor perimeter intrusion detection is also providing further protection to critical sites such as substations and power utilities, distribution centres, seaports, airports, constructions sites, major events, public spaces and many others.
KBC and Bunker Seguridad, a manufacturer of perimeter intrusion protection systems, have partnered together to establish a warehouse in Spain to provide fast delivery of quality products for Europe and Africa.
The strategic combination and integration of components like security cameras, thermal cameras, lighting and physical fencing solutions and more, provide a customised security solution for each unique application. KBC Networks specialises in enabling communication between video, access and perimeter systems with industrialised network products that are suitable for outdoor installation and use.
Luis Angulo says: “From a large selection of PoE switches and fibre media converters to wireless transmission and power products, KBC Networks provides reliable, secure data transmission to IP and SCADA devices. KBC also supports communications from unmanned sites, like power substations, by providing encrypted WAN connectivity to off-site control centres.”
Luis Angulo also stresses that ThruLink, an industrial hardware VPN, provides the ability to display real-time video, audio and data using 4G/LTE in addition to DSL and fibre. ThruLink enables management systems like PSIM, BMS or VMS to communicate with multiple remote sites providing real-time status.
KBC wind and solar systems on construction sites provide power to sensors and networking gear to open, close and activate power gates or entrances. The autonomous power systems available support applications without local infrastructure and are mobile to be deployed quickly throughout the site according to KBC.
“KBC Networks works transparently integrating devices from different physical security manufactures independent of how large or small the application may be”, says Angulo.
For more information on transmission and power solutions by KBC Networks, visit: www.kbcnetworks.com