Extravision | Detection

By: Extravision  09-12-2011

Extravision | Detection

To ensure appropriate response to a security incident, the first step is to detect the incident. The detection function is a crucial element in a physical protection system because it is impossible to protect oneself against a threat that cannot be identified.

Due to the company’s experience in high-security environments, Extravision knows that a vital element in effective response is early detection. Whether this function is provided through technologies designed to detect perimeter intrusions or materials and substances, we will integrate it into your risk management strategy so you can react in time.

  • Perimeter Technology

    Senstar

    SightLogix

  • Intrusion

    Lenel

    Honeywell

    Bosch Security

    DSC

  • Substances and Materials

    Smith Detection

    Garrett


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