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Lower cost

Shield deployment at a dam.

The cost of two rotating radars used in a typical waterfront setup is three times as much as the SpotterRF system below:

  • One C550
  • One C40
  • Two PTZ day/night cameras
  • One NIO server providing slew-to-cue

With radars and cameras working in tandem, the number of false alerts is significantly reduced. The amount of bandwidth and equipment is also cut back, resulting in a lower price tag on security.

Depicted below is a potential waterfront setup.

Potential waterfront security system setup

Figure 1 This suggested configuration for a dam includes two SpotterRF radars, two PTZ cameras, and an NIO server. Click image to enlarge.

In this waterfront setup, one radar monitors activity on the shore and lake surface while the other tracks movement on and around the water outlet. When one of the radars detects a threat in an alert zones, it cues one of the cameras which rotates to provide security personnel a visual on the target.

Better coverage

Unlike rotating radars, SpotterRF radars can monitor multiple elevations from a single vantage point, allowing better detection angles as shown in the diagrams below. This both enables security personnel to see threats that would otherwise be invisible and decreases the likelihood of vandalism to the unit.

A rotating radar on top of a hill misses targets ascending and descending the hill.Spotter radars can be set at an angle, enabling them to detect targets at multiple elevations.

Figure 2 The rotating radar (left) has a limited field of vision whereas SpotterRF radars (right) can be positioned at an angle, maximizing detectability of threats.

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