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Perimeter security systems

Perimeter security systems occupy an important place amongst security systems and they are designed to prevent unauthorized entry to the territory. Security company "Rīgas apsardzes sabiedrība" offers design, installation and warranty service of high-voltage perimeter security systems from different manufacturers.

It should be also noted that "Rīgas apsardzes sabiedrība" is the official distributor of Advanced Perimeter Systems in the Baltic market.

Advanced Perimeter Systems (UK) has been developing various types of high-voltage perimeter security systems - electronic fence. The system "Electric fence" is designed for protection of any areas. Electric fence prevents penetration of offenders over the fence by hitting with high voltage shock impulses. Simultaneously electric fence sensor system notifies about intrusion area.

Efficiency of perimeter security system is mostly determined by the proper choice of sensors for intrusion alarm.

Advantages of perimeter security systems:

  • Long term service;
  • High probability of detection of intruders;
  • Minimal risk of system false response;
  • It follows the exact line of the perimeter;
  • High durability of railings;

Before signing an agreement for provision of security services, specialists of security company “Rigas Apsardzes Sabiedriba” carry out complete examination of the object, analyzing existing and potential risks, inner and outer threats, they determine optimal solutions for provision of security services and also give recommendations on the security scheme and security equipment installation.

Price for security services is determined and agreed with the customer, taking into account level of difficulty of security services, degree of risk and security mode.

Central Security Control of “Rigas Apsardzes Sabiedriba” is equipped with all types of trouble proof connections; it provides twenty-four-hour control of the protected objects and quick response of mobile security groups

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