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Title: Technology for range security
Authors: Peck, Lindamae.
Keywords: Electronic security systems
Bombing and gunnery ranges
Military training camps
Publisher: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: ERDC/CRREL ; TR-05-11.
Abstract: Commercial security equipment can support all the scenarios for monitoring training lands that are outlined in the sections, Security options and Discrimination between humans and animals. Specific products in the categories of intrusion detection systems, automated video surveillance, cameras, and illuminators are represented in a database of security technology. The database is a mix of current versions of long established security equipment and new, innovative technology. The variety of equipment means that there are many options for monitoring access at training lands without constraining military use of the sites. The Security Technology Decision Tree Tool (STDTT) assists a user unfamiliar with security technology in defining his site-specific security objectives, developing surveillance options, and selecting suitable equipment. STDTT operates on the security technology database to extract products that match the requirements developed from the user’s decisions as he or she proceeds through the decision tree process. STDTT also prepares in-house personnel to effectively assess whether security designs proposed for their sites are compatible with local activity, with personnel resources for assessment, response, and maintenance, and with year-round weather and terrain conditions.
Description: Technical Report
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/5316
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