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  • 1. SECURING YOUR PERIMETER AGAINST VEHICLE INTRUSION<br />SecureGuard®<br />Anti-Vehicle Perimeter Barrier<br />
  • 2. Protecting Your Perimeter – Why?<br />
  • 3. Glasgow Airport Terrorist Attack – June, 2007<br />Suicide bombers put many lives at risk at a busy airport<br />
  • 4. FBI Building, Oklahoma, US – April 1995<br />US citizen detonates a car bomb outside a Government building used by FBI.<br />
  • 5. G4S Security Depot, UK – Nov 2007 <br />Robbers ram through side of G4S Cash Handling Services depot.<br />
  • 6. Vulnerable locations<br />
  • 7. Airport Perimeters<br />While a fence may stop a person from reaching this plane, would it stop a vehicle?<br />
  • 8. Airport Entrances<br />Modern airport entrances are elaborate with high volumes of glass – easy to penetrate with a large vehicle.<br />
  • 9. Warehouses / Cash Handling Facilities<br />Despite their secure appearance, cash-handling facilities and warehouses with high-value goods are prime targets.<br />This depot was robbed in 2006 of £53m GBP.<br />
  • 10. Power Plants<br />Critical site of national infrastructure. A key target for a terrorist wanting to disrupt an area.<br />
  • 11. Telecommunications Sites<br />Another critical location of national infrastructure.<br />
  • 12. Military Facilities / Bases<br />Existing or temporary facilities on homeland or overseas soil.<br />
  • 13. Sport / Event Stadiums<br />Venues, particularly during major events, are densely populated and provide a key opportunity for would-be terrorists.<br />
  • 14. Protection OPTIONS<br />
  • 15. Plastic Water Filled Barriers<br />Units Often Not Connected<br />Units Often Not Filled With Water<br />
  • 16. Considered Advantages<br />
  • 17. Disadvantages<br />
  • 18. Concrete Barrier<br />Units Not Connected<br />
  • 19. Considered Advantages<br />
  • 20. Disadvantages<br />
  • 21. Disadvantages<br />
  • 22. SecureGuard<br />
  • 23. SecureGuard<br /><ul><li>Developed in 2007
  • 24. Derived from road barrier (BarrierGuard 800)
  • 25. Developed for UK CPNI (Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure)</li></li></ul><li>SecureGuard<br />Steel barrier<br />Tested &amp; approved by UK CPNI<br />Tested BS PAS 68:2007<br />Three available systems<br />
  • 26. SecureGuard 30<br />KEY FEATURES<br /><ul><li>Light weight &amp; no ballast required
  • 27. Strong structural design
  • 28. Rapidly deployable
  • 29. 25 year service life
  • 30. Safe design – crash friendly for ‘bona fide’ motorists
  • 31. Permanent &amp; portable solutions</li></li></ul><li>SecureGuard 30 System<br />Tested to BS PAS 68:2007<br />7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 30 kph<br />System is rapidly deployable for permanent or portable use<br />Also tested 7,500 kilo truck, 45 degree impact, 50 kph<br />Optional fence systems can be added<br />
  • 32. SecureGuard 30 System<br />Typical Anchoring Layout<br />Anchored 72m intervals along length<br />SecureGuard anchor shoe arrangement – 8x fixings per anchor<br />
  • 33. SecureGuard 30 System<br />SecureGuard 30 External Intermediate Anchor Shoe<br />8x Fixings required per shoe<br />
  • 34. SecureGuard 50<br />Intermediate Anchor Assembly<br />Intermediate Anchor Location<br />
  • 35. SecureGuard 50 System<br />Tested to BS PAS 68:2007<br />7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 50 kph<br />Upgrade to existing SG30 system<br />System is rapidly deployable for permanent or portable use<br />Optional fence systems can be added<br />
  • 36. SecureGuard80 System<br />Tested to BS PAS 68:2007<br />7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 80 kph<br />Upgrade to existing SG 30 system<br />High performance permanent system<br />Shallow foundations<br />Optional fence systems can be added<br />
  • 37. SecureGuard80 System<br />Assembly Layout<br />End anchor unit<br />6m in length<br />
  • 38. SecureGuard80 System<br />Assembly Layout<br />Intermediate anchor uprights<br />2m spacings<br />
  • 39. SecureGuard80 System<br />Assembly Layout<br />I Beam clamp assembly<br />1 per upright<br />Allows height adjustability for varying ground heights<br />
  • 40. SecureGuard80 System<br />Airport Layout Arrangement<br />Foundation and positioning shown.<br />
  • 41. SecureGuard80 System<br />Fixing Layout<br />Shows general arrangement for SG80 fixings<br />
  • 42. SecureGuard<br />
  • 43. SecureGuard – Access Points<br />
  • 44. PAS 68 vs. DOS K –Testing<br />Table to the right shows energy level comparison between British PAS 68:2007 Standard and US DOS K Standard<br />Table clearly demonstrates PAS 68:2007 is equal to, if not higher performing compared to DOS K4, K8 and K12 tests<br />
  • 45. Advantages<br />
  • 46. Advantages<br />
  • 47. Advantages<br />
  • 48. Disadvantages<br />?<br />
  • 49. Major UK Airport<br />SecureGuard 80 installed as part of perimeter upgrade in 2009. Anti-personnel fence was mounted to the top of the SecureGuard.<br />
  • 50. G4S Compound Perimeter<br />SecureGuard 30 used to upgrade an existing security fencing to provide anti-vehicle solution.<br />
  • 51. Government Conference, UK<br />SecureGuard 30 used during Government event as a portable protection.<br />
  • 52. Major Australian Airport<br />SecureGuard 30 used as added protection along perimeter fence. Barrier positioned in front of existing fencing to continue to utilise as anti personnel fence.<br />
  • 53. www.boylanHomelandsecurity.com.au<br />Thank you for your time<br />Please visit our website for further information<br />

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