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Perimeter security ... introduction & case study video

Innovative technology has enhanced physical security through innovative ways of detecting intrusions. Radar and LiDAR technology impacting Perimeter Intrusion and Detection Systems (PIDS) for high-security sites.

Fixed and PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) cameras, video analytics and other 2D sensor systems lack the much-needed context required on large, complex sites where there is a high volume of passing traffic, whether on foot or vehicular.


Fixed and PTZ cameras will continue to have their place in PIDS security solutions, and they have until now been widely accepted and adopted. That does not mean they address all of the requirements. Organizations are using Video Analytics (VA) to address some of the shortcomings, but can still benefit from additional insight.


One of the more glaring limitations of the old method is the inability of mesh cameras and video analytics to deliver continuous and unique identification tracking to a centimeter accuracy. For end users, adding more cameras doesn’t always capture the full picture. The trend toward adding additional cameras and video analytics, which is undoubtedly supported by the manufacturers of these products, has led to a rise in the workload for site guards, which in turn increases risk and expenses.


Better, more comprehensive views are made possible by 3D sensing, which has a considerably more sophisticated ability to “see” an area than cameras have. LiDAR sensors produce laser beams that travel in all directions, giving them a 360-degree field of view (FoV) that is unaffected by the surrounding environment. With a high degree of accuracy, these laser beams combined with perception software can identify and classify objects as well as determine their location and movement. A 3D point cloud image is created using the aggregate data.


A point cloud is a large data set made up of 3D point data. Perception software can then transform a point cloud into LiDAR-based 3D images of an area, providing spatial location and depth information for the identification, classification and tracking of moving objects.


JAGA Systems solution can automate and enhance video-based security systems by integrating with a number of video management systems and using rich object data. The sensors allow security experts to rapidly locate and track any potential security threats, and easy automation of other security resources is made possible by the out-of-the-box integration with video systems.

For high-security facilities whose only previous option was to use video analytics, fixed and PTZ cameras, and other binary sensor systems, our solution can address several of the flaws in PIDS. This significantly alters the risk profile on sites.

JAGA Systems solution can offer surface measurements and an accurate resolution of objects within 3cm and provides precise location data for tracking objects, whether it is for surveillance or business intelligence.

In contrast to cameras, JAGA Systems solution poses no risk to Personally Identifiable Information (PII), nor does it capture biometric information.

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