Blighter, Genetec partner on airport surveillance
Blighter Surveillance Systems has partnered with Genetec to integrate its range of ground surveillance radars with Genetec’s Security Center, the company announced on 26 March.
Security Center is a unified security platform that combines IP security systems within a single intuitive interface. From access control, video surveillance and automatic license plate recognition to communications, intrusion detection and analytics, Security Center provides enhanced situational awareness, unified C2 and connectivity to the Cloud.
The integration will enable airports to 'fold-in' the wide area surveillance capability provided by Blighter's range of radars into their existing C2 systems to deliver round the clock surveillance in all weather and light conditions.
The collaboration will also enable the Blighter radar and target tracking data to be shared across Genetec's other decision management and support systems as well as with its collaborative digital management solution, Genetec Clearance.
Blighter's passive electronically scanned array radars feature frequency modulated continuous wave micro Doppler fast scan capability to detect small and slow-moving targets with minimal false alarms. The radars deliver a 24/7x365 all-weather persistent surveillance capability.
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