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The two companies have partnered to establish a warehouse in Spain and provide a fast delivery service for quality products in both Europe and Africa.

For an perimeter system to be efficient, it must include typical components: light infrared beams, microwave detection, thermal cameras, video analysis, lighting and physical fencing systems.

While internal security normally uses video surveillance systems, intrusion alarms, Access control, inter alia, in the detection of intrusions on the outer perimeter it is necessary to provide additional protection, especially in critical places such as substations and power plants, distribution centers, Seaports, airports, construction works, major events, public spaces, etc..

To offer this extra protection, KBC Networks and Bunker security, manufacturer of perimeter protection systems against intruders, have partnered to establish a warehouse in Spain to provide a fast delivery service for quality products in both Europe and Africa.

The strategic combination and integration of components such as safety and thermal cameras, lighting, physical fences, etc.. provide a personalized and unique security solution for each type of demand: "Creating strong interconnectivity between all physical security devices is a design requirement designed to optimize an integrated solution", explains Luis Angulo, commercial director of KBC Networks.

This company is specialized in enabling communication between video systems, access and perimeters through an industrialized network of products suitable for outdoor installation and use.

As shown by this Steering, "KBC provides, also, assistance for communication to and from facilities without human personnel, such as electrical substations, by providing encrypted WAN connectivity to external control centers". Among its developments is ThruLink, an industrial hardware VPN that offers the ability to deploy video, real-time audio and data using 4G/LTE connectivity alongside DSL and fiber.

Power supply to sensors

On construction sites, KBC Networks' wind and solar systems provide power to sensors and grid equipment to open, close and activate circuits or power inputs.

Autonomous power systems are available to support applications without local infrastructure and are mobile, allowing for installation anywhere.

"KBC Networks," notes Luis Angulo- works transparently by integrating devices from different physical security manufacturers, regardless of the size of the installation".


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By • 23 Sep, 2019
• Section: Access control, Intrusion, Business, Services