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The problem of security in the energy industry currently represents a major issue affecting economies and security policies all over the world in a fundamental way. With that in mind, the close relationship between the global security of energy infrastructure and other sectors of the economy becomes blatantly clear, as does the relationship between those same sectors of the economy and the society of a particular country.

Protection against intrusion and unauthorised access to certain areas is the main security objective at such infrastructure installations.

The nature of the protection requirements at these installations means that any perimeter protection solutions must be sturdy and durable because they constitute the first line of defence. Their ability to dissuade potential intrusion attempts must be high, requiring a great effort from the threat when trying to gain access.

The proportion of false alarms (NAR) within the total number of alarms generated by attempted intrusion events must be close to zero, thus guaranteeing that such alarms will not be activated by animal activity, plant activity or weather phenomena. It is also important to consider how likely it is that the security elements installed around the perimeter will be detected by a potential intruder, meaning that concealing them correctly will reduce the detection vulnerability rate of the system.

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

The way in which the sensors are integrated into the fence reduces their chance of detection by possible intruders, thus leading to a lower probability of avoiding or countering them and significantly reducing detection vulnerability.

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 (command centres or data protection centres).

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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