There are numerous current and emerging challenges around protection of national borders and strategic sites, such as embassies, power stations, Government buildings, etc.
Traditional threat detection methods demand 24/7 visual surveillance with human observation and provide relatively little advanced warning. However, many of these threats can be detected earlier and pinpointed more accurately through automated, real-time analysis of Radio Frequency data with rules-based alerts.
By analyzing RF data, new signals and unusual patterns can be detected, which can then be acted upon to mitigate the threat. This includes identifying the presence and use of cellular and satellite phones, handheld radios and drones within (or close to) designated areas.
The use of SigBASE technology creates a virtual sanitized zone that extends beyond the physical perimeters and potentially over the visible horizon, such that any activity close to, or within this zone will trigger early warning alerts, meaning that security teams can act to intercept and defend their site.