Critical Infrastructure

Protecting the infrastructure of the city means protecting its people

Critical infrastructure

Critical infrastructure is a term used to describe assets that are essential for the functioning of a society and economy. Most commonly associated with the term are facilities for water supply, food production, heating, electricity production, public health, transportation, security services (military, police), telecommunication and IT systems and financial system.

Perimeter protection

Perimeter protection is extremely important for water, heating and energy objects. Prevention and early detection of pollution, demolition and other unauthorized acts is a key step in ensuring safe and reliable operations. 

Advanced access control and visitor management systems are increasing security level in critical infrastructure objects by tracking employees, visitors and contractors during their movement inside the perimeter.

Other industries

Power, Oil and Gas Industry

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Public Spaces

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Enterprise and Corporate

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Logistics and Transport

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Airports and Traffic Hubs

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Banking and Financial sector

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