Navtech sees growth in ME markets

At Intersec 2015 later this month, Navtech Radar will showcase its award winning Advanceguard solution for wide area surveillance and perimeter intrusion Detection (PIDS). The Advanceguard radar technology is suitable for applications in Oil & Gas, Airports, Critical National Infrastructure, Data Centres, Royal Palaces and VIP residences, as well as border security and many more. With more than 17 major airports already using Advanceguard, and more under installation, the company’s solution is fast becoming the de facto standard in the aviation industry. The Advanceguard technology which has been specifically developed to cope with the challenging environmental and climate conditions found in the Middle East will be featured at Intersec 2015. Navtech Radar will further demonstrate the new version of the advanced security control software suite, Witness, at the exhibition which takes place on January 18-20 in Dubai, UAE.

The Advanceguard security surveillance solution is an ideal choice as it can cope with any environmental condition, is unobtrusive and can provide unlimited virtual fences and detection zones. Unlike visual image detection systems which can significantly be affected by climatic conditions such as fog, rain, sand storms and changing lighting conditions, Advanceguard remains unaffected delivering 24/7, 365 days per year coverage. We have noted an increase in demand for our technology from the Middle East covering a number of industry sectors, so we’re taking the opportunity at Intersec to actively seek partners in designated markets, such as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and UAE.”

Navtech’s radar solution facilitates defence in depth, providing early warning and stand-off detection of potential danger and tracks approaching threats before they reach the perimeter, thus gaining valuable time to direct CCTV cameras and manned guards to intercept. This is particularly useful in remote oil & gas facilities as they often need security solutions covering very large geographical areas. The Advanceguard solution can be retro fitted to existing layered security solutions which already include PIDs, fence sensors, and CCTV cameras, turning a static linear monitoring system into a real time, wide area surveillance and security solution.

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