How radar technology adds value to surveillance solutions

    It’s true that one size doesn’t fit all, and this also applies to security solutions. Video surveillance is an important factor when it comes to protecting premises and sites – but not every solution fits every surrounding. Factors such as the size of the premises, the level of lighting, the presence of hazards or privacy […]

      Data center security, from the perimeter to the rack

      If data is the new oil, as has often been claimed, are data centers the new power stations? It might sound like a grand claim, but when more and more of the data storage, processing and analytics that underpins so many aspects of business and society is handled by data centers, it’s perhaps not so […]

        Surveillance technology that’s as blind as a bat

        It’s actually a myth that bats have very poor eyesight. In fact, some species have very good eyesight. But what really allows a bat to be so highly attuned to its surroundings, able to safely navigate their way through forests, and be aware of other objects and animals in their immediate environment is highly sophisticated […]

          How radar and the critical infrastructure industry converged

          Did you know: The first practical radar system was produced in 1935 by the British physicist Sir Robert Watson-Watt, and by 1939 England had established a chain of radar stations along its south and east coasts to detect aggressors in the air or on the sea. Over the next several years, radar evolved into water-based and ground-based systems for […]