LiDAR Advanced scanner ... provides complete situational awareness
State-of-the-art security technology ... using laser rays
Detection is performed by advanced LiDAR technology with the use of multichannel detectors (16 to 128 beams). Laser rays spread out into the area (radius range of some detectors reaches up to 300m). The times of reflections from fixed obstacles are measured (the laser is moving at the speed of light), and based on these measurements, the obstacle’s distance from the detector is calculated. One detector performs several hundred thousand measurements per second. The accuracy of this detection is 2 to 3cm!
LiDAR based advanced scanner that provides complete situational awareness. Its laser technology allows to ‘see’ ahead of the perimeter wall to provide “Situational Awareness”. A single unit detects movement upto 200m in 360° radius. Using cutting edge sensing technologies to prevent intrusions as it has the ability to see ahead of the perimeter boundary. With the ability to detect, track and classify objects as threats; solution provides complete situational awareness to security personnel.
Any movement within range can be detected by a single unit thus serving as an early warning system for the user. With the ability to detect, track and classify objects as threats; it creates Real Time Actionable Intelligence to optimise the decision making process and improve deployment to contain an intrusion incident.
Integrated with cameras and video management systems (VMS), LiDAR enhances security by reducing false alarms, allowing for real time tracking of intruders, and enabling automated PTZ camera control for a more comprehensive security system.
The risks posed by an ineffective security system are high. False alarms are costly, wasting valuable time and resources to respond to nonexistent threats. In addition, security personnel may experience alarm fatigue due to frequent false alarms, which can lead to latency in their response to real threats. However, many traditional security technologies often fail to deliver the low rate of false alarms necessary to reliably protect secure areas, at any time of the day or night and in any weather condition.
JAGA LiDAR - Introduction
A LiDAR-based security solution starts with the LiDAR sensors, but it does not end there. In any security application, several LiDAR sensors will be mounted at various points throughout the area, gathering environmental data to provide a complete 360-degree view of the protected space. A 3D perception software platform using artificial intelligence algorithms detects, tracks and classifys objects based on data received from the LiDAR sensors.
From there, the object information is routed in real-time to a VMS. The LiDAR-based object information can be used to enable automated PTZ control based on the target’s position, keeping the target in view of security cameras at all times. This provides a complete and nuanced perspective of the area being surveilled. LiDAR technology can pinpoint the exact location of a threat on a 3D map, enabling quick and effective responses when and where they are needed. The fully integrated solution also empowers security personnel with the tools and information they need to respond to threats confidently, thanks to an extremely low risk of false alarms.
Situational Awareness Technology
JAGA Smart Sensor Fusion Technology
All weather all terrain
Solution will establish a Zone of Control (ZoC).
This provides an Early Warning system for guards to respond before an intrusion occurs.
When an intruder enters the ZoC an audio-visual alarm will be raised in Control Room.
The real time video footage of the intrusion will provide Visual Verification.
The point of intrusion will be highlighted on the map on the miJAGA screen.
Smart Sensor fusion for high accuracy and low nuisance and false alarm.
360° detection; with no moving parts.
Intruder detection and tracking to provide Early Warning of Intrusion.
Classification based on shape and size.
Movement tracking throughout secured area.
Coordinate generation to guide PTZ cameras and Smart Flood Lights.
Option to create Exclusion Zones for no alarms.
Option to create Warning Zones for immediate alarm output
Detection speed: Speed of light
Detection accuracy: 2 cm
Detection range: up to 200m (radius), 400m (diameter)
Number of beams: up to 128
Horizontal coverage: 360°
Vertical coverage: up to 40°
Horizontal resolution: up to 0.1°
Vertical resolution: up to 0.3°
IP protection: 67
User Interface : Live Tracking
JAGA Systems is based on volumetric detection instead of perimetric detection. Many security systems are based on sensors, infrared walls or microwave barriers that will only protect the fence area for example. Our system will secure the whole area not just the perimeter. We are able to track the intruder the entire time.
The alarm occurs when the intruder enters the zone. The zone is a 3D area that has width, height, and depth. The zones are very simple and are shown in the 3D map. Each zone may have different alarm priorities. In each zone, objects that could generate false alarms (ex: trees) can be easily cut out. It is also easy to create corridors in which movement does not trigger an alarm. The advantage of the system is that the zones have many different variables. In the morning, the perimeter may not be guarded but in the evening it will be, etc.
The zone is a 3D area that has width, height, and depth. The zones are very simple and are shown in the 3D map. Each zone may have different alarm priorities. In each zone, objects that could generate false alarms (ex: trees) can be easily cut out. It is also easy to create corridors in which movement does not trigger an alarm. The advantage of the system is that the zones have many different variables. In the morning, the perimeter may not be guarded but in the evening it will be, etc.
Drag and drop - Inserting individual elements
In this system, individual security components (cameras and detectors) can be inserted very easily by drag and drop. The patented technology ensures that the PTZ cameras are automatically rotated to the alarm location. Interaction between individual elements work on their own in the system, there is no need to create camera presets, etc. The overall system settings are interactive and very simple.
Tests in virtual reality environment
Solution contains elements of virtual reality. This makes it possible to navigate through the map with a virtual intruder to simulate the real movement of intruders and thereby verify the accuracy of the system settings - all before installing the entire system. The new version of the system is enhanced by artificial intelligence in detecting objects. Also, we have designed what we call, VIRD technology that can test the entire system using virtual intruders, several times throughout the day. Tests are run in the background, and the system administrator is alerted to any possible failures or faults in the system. This is a combination of real data from detectors and virtual intruders. With this new technology you can prevent false negative situations.
Elimination of false alarms. By setting the detection, alarms will ignore objects smaller or larger than the specified limit. This allows very small animals to be ignored or, for example, not responding to a passing train. The whole system intelligently scans the area to be guarded. These scans can be set for a period of time, with zone scans responding later to the change in vegetation (grass, shrubs, trees), to relieve the customer of unwanted false alarms.
Freedom of movement
3D maps in scale. Since we strongly believe the idea that the real world is three-dimensional, our system must be three-dimensional, also. That's why solution has a 3D map environment that preciously imitates a real environment. The map can be uploaded using photogrammetry technology. The acquisition of the map is simple and can be handled by the end user themselves. The map is then scaled and will correspond directly to the reality.
One of the basic features of the system is the 3D map. It’s a key feature that adds uniqueness and attractiveness to the system. A three-dimensional view of the area of interest allows the operator to uniquely identify where the intrusion occurred. It can also be used as a tool to help place detection components in the right places before installing them in the real environment which is an exact replica of the map. Interaction between, for example, a detector, a rotating camera, and a moving object in the map is completely automatic and doesn’t require the creation of camera presets.
Real-time tracking and analysis
With LiDAR, security data is available in real time. The solution automatically tracks individual people and provides real-time location information, enabling security personnel to quickly locate and respond to potential threats.
Seamless integration with cameras and existing infrastructure
LiDAR sensors are integrated with PTZ cameras and Video Management Systems (VMS). The positional data from sensors are used to automate PTZ camera control and accurately identify and track moving objects in areas of interest. PTZ control is programmable, and the location data is used to intelligently select which camera to follow the intrusion based on pre-programmed rules. This pairing with a VMS platform, all sensors and video footage are managed under one platform with a single visualization pane. The ability to clearly visualise moving targets on 3D maps allows security personnel to take corrective action quickly and effectively.
Easy-to-manage, fully automated solution
JAGA Systems LiDAR-based surveillance solutions uses machine learning and 3D perception algorithms to scan the sensor’s field of view, analyze point cloud data, and provide anonymised information on detected individuals. This enables a fully automated security solution that is easy to manage. This reduces the risk of false alarms and enables security personnel to accurately identify and respond to threats — all at a cost-effective price point.
High accuracy and low rate of false alarms
In security applications, false alarms are extremely costly. Whenever an alarm sounds, staff must be mobilised to quickly respond to the threat of an intruder. A security system with a high rate of false alarms not only requires more staff members to respond to these false alerts, but it can also require additional devices to enhance the system’s detection accuracy. In addition, frequent false alarms can desensitise operators, lowering their efficiency in responding to alerts. The accuracy and reliability - all lighting and atmospheric conditions - of a LiDAR-based solution significantly reduces false alarms, ultimately saving time and costs. A lower rate of false alarms provides personnel with confidence in the reliability of the alerts, improving the quality and promptness of their responses.
Displays critical information for quick action.
Single control station to handle all security needs.
Simple and robust design.
Provides advanced analytics for better decision making.
Compatible with third party legacy systems such as IP Cameras.
Uses Machine Learning Algorithms to constantly evolve.