BORDER PROTECTION- DETECT, TRACK, IDENTIFY, REACT

Since the dawn of times, independent communities put their sovereignty to the test by their ability to determine who enters their territories.

We live in an era of rapid globalisation and open borders, where countries are regularly exposed to the risks associated with the dynamic, growing global traffic of people.

Policymakers must continuously review their approaches to border control, security and management to facilitate legitimate movement and trade while thwarting unauthorised traffic of humans and contraband.

International borders have been transformed from a marking on a map into a decision-making ecosystem, driving many border security discussions and compelling all stakeholders to work together to create safer environments.

The security agencies’ level of preparedness and ability to react to threats and thwart them quickly and accurately, widely depend on their ability to adopt proactive and resilient approaches. From implementing innovative technologies and infrastructures to adopting new methods and protocols for continuous improvement

The implementation of different sensors and technologies and their integration into a holistic, unified command control platform offers a Unified Situational Awareness of all domains in various geographical areas. 

AUTOMATE THE FRONTLINE – INNOVATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY

DATA GATHERING AND ANALYSIS

COMPREHENSIVE COMMAND CONTROL CENTRES

TAR’s C2I platform facilitates communication between the National Command Center and Mobile Field Command, creating a clear awareness picture and enhancing operability between authorities and multiple forces.

  • Field Surveillance & Intelligence vehicles
  • Visual Intelligence
  • Visual Observation/Fast Deployment Observation
  • Interception/ Tactical Interception
  • Cyber Defense
  • Web Intelligence Tools
  • Intelligence Tracking
  • Geo-Tactical integrated solution
  • Integrating Data from multiple sources.
  • Accurate Real-Time Intelligence 
  • Effective Collaboration between Multiple Security & Safety Services.
  • Enables effective planning and management of resources and events.

ACCESS, ENTRY AND EXIT CONTROL

Access control systems help keep the delicate balance between security requirements and freedom of movement.

■ Video Surveillance, Tracking & Management

■ Biometrics

■ Authentication systems

■ Body scan systems

■ Handheld scanning

■ Vehicle examination

■ License plate recognition

■ Barriers & bollards

MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE

PERIMETER INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS

Designed to detect multiple simultaneous intrusions with disturbances, presence of people, vehicles and tunnelling at different locations to detect, locate and classify activity near both protected and unprotected borders.

  • Fence barriers
  • Infrared and microwave pole systems
  • Seismic geoponic underground/underwater sensors
  • Vibration sensors
  • Wireless intrusion monitoring

AERIAL SYSTEMS

Aircrafts and UAV’s fill a void in border surveillance by providing access to a point of view otherwise Inaccessible to ground patrol units or stationary sensors. The unique capabilities of UAVs improve coverage along wide, remote border sections. Facilitating advanced Electro-optical identification of hostile targets, providing precise and Realtime imagery supporting informed decision making and rapid deployment of border patrol agents on the ground.

INSPECTION AND DETECTION

to ensure an uninterrupted flow of traffic moving at border crossings, while identifying hidden threats in passing vehicles.

Systems such as X-ray or gamma-ray imaging allow contactless cargo inspection, saving time and money. while helping border security authorities to target trafficking networks by scanning vehicles and their passengers for concealed materials as they pass through checkpoints.

Tar utilises Innovative solutions to provide continuous agility in order to adapt to the constantly changing environment quickly. TAR’S Border Division offers an array of integrated border protection solutions for Law Enforcement, Border Control Units and Homeland security agencies to ensure maximum protection of air-space, territorial borders and waters.

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