Thermal Radar is the Best Option to Protect Electrical & Power Infrastructure
Whether affected by the theft of copper wire used for grounding, catalytic converter theft from vehicles or generators, or domestic terrorism resulting in gunshots into a substation environment, Thermal Radar provides a unique approach to threat detection and protection.
By deploying from the inside and monitoring outward, Thermal Radar’s continuous 360° thermal-based system detects intruders and fires outside the perimeter, at the perimeter line, and inside the protected areas. This deployment strategy enables a cost-effective approach to threat mitigation and ensures the protection of areas not normally covered via traditional perimeter protection methods.
Our Value Proposition
Thermal Radar provides up to FIFTEEN fields of view from one camera which reduces the number of cameras needed at a facility. This generates significant savings and greatly mitigates infrastructure costs.
One Thermal Radar
One Thermal Radar replaces up to fifteen traditional security cameras, saving thousands of dollars while covering a much larger area. Up to 15x the coverage with fewer points of failure.
Installation costs for traditional systems (including cable trenching) can cost thousands of dollars per site. The installation of a single Thermal Radar unit is a fraction of those costs. ($XX,XXX compared to $XXX,XXX)
Video Management costs are significantly reduced by the number of licenses needed to manage your system. Specifically, one Thermal Radar unit with 15 fields of view requires one VMS license, rather than 15 licenses for the same views using individual cameras.
Annual costs related to hardware maintenance and VMS software upgrades also require consideration for security installations. Replacing upwards of 15 individual cameras with one Thermal Radar will significantly reduce this yearly budgetary item.