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The vulnerability of modern society and its institutions, combined with the possible use by terrorists of highly sophisticated conventional (IED/EOD) and unconventional weapons (CBRN), is forcing nations to develop credible response strategies with the capacity to minimise future threats. Attacks against civilian and military installations, or against the population directly, generate a need for tools that are capable of combating these threats in an effective manner.

The placement of bombs or explosives in or on vehicles, roads, infrastructure, buildings or such everyday items as bags or rucksacks necessitates the availability of robots that are capable of dealing with these threats in a multitude of operational scenarios, where human intervention must be avoided when identifying and deactivating such devices and gathering evidence on those responsible. Such characteristics as precision, manoeuvrability, power and range are fundamental in all these scenarios.

Surveillance and protection against intrusion, unauthorised access to certain areas and the handling of potentially hazardous artefacts or goods are the main security objectives at such critical infrastructure facilities.

aunav is the range of remote-controlled vehicle robots and robotic arms that are manufactured and designed by PROYTECSA SECURITY to tackle threats involving EOD, CIED, LVBIED or CBRN. Each one of them can be adapted to multiple operational requirements based on the needs of each client, thus offering options that range from such medium-sized robots as the aunav.EOD and aunav.NEXT to such large-sized robots as the aunav.MEGA and interrogator arms as aunav.CID and aunav.CIDLIGHT.

Adaptation of the robot to the situation and environment is fundamental because situations requiring a response to explosives may arise in a large number of possible scenarios. It may be necessary to handle light or heavy charges with precision, or charges placed inside vehicles, buried underground, exposed in open areas or at heights of several metres. Avoiding human intervention when identifying the possible artefact is highly important. Such accessories as thermographic cameras, x-ray devices and mine detectors are essential in this task and can also assist with deactivation and the subsequent collection of evidence.

The early detection of a possible threat is necessary in the critical facilities and it is essential to have tools capable of detecting people at distances of several kilometres. Perimeter surveillance is one of the features of the aunav.MEGA robot. Its speed and ability to adapt to the terrain enable it to perform perimeter control patrolling tasks. Its thermal imaging camera located on the extendible arm, together with the infra-red cameras, can detect people at more than 2 kilometres from the perimeter. If necessary, its arm can be extended to over 18 metres, thus enabling access to elevated areas where hazardous artefacts may have been placed.

thewall is the perimeter security fencing solution from PROYTECSA SECURITY that consists of a sensorised security perimeter with breach detection capabilities (jump or cut) based on sensors integrated into the fencing itself. The electro-welded mesh provides sturdiness to the installation, with a special mesh that makes scaling the fence extremely difficult.

The number of false alarms (NAR) from anti-jump and anti-cut sensors is zero thanks to the patented technology and design of the sensors. Both the anti-jump and anti-cut sensors are immune to the weather phenomena that can lead to false alarms. By avoiding the use of vibration and microwave sensors, no alarms are set of in these systems as a result of activity by animal or plant life.

Access to restricted areas is a fundamental objective for the protection and security of certain assets or control areas. The argus  product range offers a series of security doors and gates designed to offer maximum access protection, while also providing ballistic protection and weapons detection via 3D analysis, thus preventing access by unauthorised or potentially dangerous individuals. The integration of validation systems, such as biometric analysis, weighing sensors and other access control devices, guarantees identification and security.

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