GJD, one of the world’s most innovative leaders in British manufacturing and design of professional external detector equipment, is launching its brand new IP connected Laser-Watch surveillance sensor at this year’s IFSEC exhibition. The Laser-watch is the newest addition to the company’s extensive IP/digital range.
The Laser-Watch is a powerful sensor for detecting objects and humans with great accuracy at long distances. A major advantage is that it can be used without the need for light, reflectors or separate transmitters and receivers that are used by other systems. It is the perfect solution for police stakeout operations and other temporary perimeter security systems including harbours, airports, large industrial areas and large freight terminals.
Offering a new class of surveillance technology, the Laser-Watch reaches distances up to 500 metres and works in conjunction with a powerful web based user interface, enabling the user to remotely change detection settings at anytime from anywhere. Another benefit is the 20 fully adjustable alarm zones with individual sensitivity settings and alarm actions that can meet any situation. Mark Tibbenham, Managing Director at GJD commented: “The new Laser-Watch is an industry leading technology that will deliver utmost precision, regardless of lighting or weather conditions for a wide range of sectors”.
Typical applications include perimeter control as the sensor can detect all objects crossing a virtual fence, which is especially useful when a physical fence is not desirable. The Laser-Watch is also perfect for spot surveillance in a specific area for example a specific part of a road, an entrance to a house or along a wall. The innovative sensor can also be used to detect if an object moves, as it can be located anywhere with a clear line of sight to the object.
Not only does the sensor detect an intrusion, it also knows the precise position of an object or a person. The Laser-Watch is known for reliability and accuracy as it offers a near zero false alarm rate, whilst increasing the number of genuine detections.
The GJD Laser-Watch sensor is powered with Power over Ethernet and can be used as a standalone unit or as part of a system with multiple IP surveillance sensors and IP cameras connected to a server. Owing to the low power consumption it is energy efficient and environmentally friendly.
Other key advantages of the Laser-Watch include low installation costs, minimal maintenance and a heavy duty weather-proof design.
For more information about GJD’s new Laser-Watch, please email email@example.com or alternatively visit GJD at IFSEC from the 16th – 18th June on stand F1160.