Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
SecureGuard
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Introducing the official SlideShare app

Stunning, full-screen experience for iPhone and Android

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

SecureGuard

450
views

Published on

Published in: Technology

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
450
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. SECURING YOUR PERIMETER AGAINST VEHICLE INTRUSION
    SecureGuard®
    Anti-Vehicle Perimeter Barrier
  • 2. Protecting Your Perimeter – Why?
  • 3. Glasgow Airport Terrorist Attack – June, 2007
    Suicide bombers put many lives at risk at a busy airport
  • 4. FBI Building, Oklahoma, US – April 1995
    US citizen detonates a car bomb outside a Government building used by FBI.
  • 5. G4S Security Depot, UK – Nov 2007
    Robbers ram through side of G4S Cash Handling Services depot.
  • 6. Vulnerable locations
  • 7. Airport Perimeters
    While a fence may stop a person from reaching this plane, would it stop a vehicle?
  • 8. Airport Entrances
    Modern airport entrances are elaborate with high volumes of glass – easy to penetrate with a large vehicle.
  • 9. Warehouses / Cash Handling Facilities
    Despite their secure appearance, cash-handling facilities and warehouses with high-value goods are prime targets.
    This depot was robbed in 2006 of £53m GBP.
  • 10. Power Plants
    Critical site of national infrastructure. A key target for a terrorist wanting to disrupt an area.
  • 11. Telecommunications Sites
    Another critical location of national infrastructure.
  • 12. Military Facilities / Bases
    Existing or temporary facilities on homeland or overseas soil.
  • 13. Sport / Event Stadiums
    Venues, particularly during major events, are densely populated and provide a key opportunity for would-be terrorists.
  • 14. Protection OPTIONS
  • 15. Plastic Water Filled Barriers
    Units Often Not Connected
    Units Often Not Filled With Water
  • 16. Considered Advantages
  • 17. Disadvantages
  • 18. Concrete Barrier
    Units Not Connected
  • 19. Considered Advantages
  • 20. Disadvantages
  • 21. Disadvantages
  • 22. SecureGuard
  • 23. SecureGuard
    • Developed in 2007
    • 24. Derived from road barrier (BarrierGuard 800)
    • 25. Developed for UK CPNI (Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure)
  • SecureGuard
    Steel barrier
    Tested & approved by UK CPNI
    Tested BS PAS 68:2007
    Three available systems
  • 26. SecureGuard 30
    KEY FEATURES
    • Light weight & 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 & portable solutions
  • SecureGuard 30 System
    Tested to BS PAS 68:2007
    7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 30 kph
    System is rapidly deployable for permanent or portable use
    Also tested 7,500 kilo truck, 45 degree impact, 50 kph
    Optional fence systems can be added
  • 32. SecureGuard 30 System
    Typical Anchoring Layout
    Anchored 72m intervals along length
    SecureGuard anchor shoe arrangement – 8x fixings per anchor
  • 33. SecureGuard 30 System
    SecureGuard 30 External Intermediate Anchor Shoe
    8x Fixings required per shoe
  • 34. SecureGuard 50
    Intermediate Anchor Assembly
    Intermediate Anchor Location
  • 35. SecureGuard 50 System
    Tested to BS PAS 68:2007
    7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 50 kph
    Upgrade to existing SG30 system
    System is rapidly deployable for permanent or portable use
    Optional fence systems can be added
  • 36. SecureGuard80 System
    Tested to BS PAS 68:2007
    7,500 kilo truck, 90 degree impact, 80 kph
    Upgrade to existing SG 30 system
    High performance permanent system
    Shallow foundations
    Optional fence systems can be added
  • 37. SecureGuard80 System
    Assembly Layout
    End anchor unit
    6m in length
  • 38. SecureGuard80 System
    Assembly Layout
    Intermediate anchor uprights
    2m spacings
  • 39. SecureGuard80 System
    Assembly Layout
    I Beam clamp assembly
    1 per upright
    Allows height adjustability for varying ground heights
  • 40. SecureGuard80 System
    Airport Layout Arrangement
    Foundation and positioning shown.
  • 41. SecureGuard80 System
    Fixing Layout
    Shows general arrangement for SG80 fixings
  • 42. SecureGuard
  • 43. SecureGuard – Access Points
  • 44. PAS 68 vs. DOS K –Testing
    Table to the right shows energy level comparison between British PAS 68:2007 Standard and US DOS K Standard
    Table clearly demonstrates PAS 68:2007 is equal to, if not higher performing compared to DOS K4, K8 and K12 tests
  • 45. Advantages
  • 46. Advantages
  • 47. Advantages
  • 48. Disadvantages
    ?
  • 49. Major UK Airport
    SecureGuard 80 installed as part of perimeter upgrade in 2009. Anti-personnel fence was mounted to the top of the SecureGuard.
  • 50. G4S Compound Perimeter
    SecureGuard 30 used to upgrade an existing security fencing to provide anti-vehicle solution.
  • 51. Government Conference, UK
    SecureGuard 30 used during Government event as a portable protection.
  • 52. Major Australian Airport
    SecureGuard 30 used as added protection along perimeter fence. Barrier positioned in front of existing fencing to continue to utilise as anti personnel fence.
  • 53. www.boylanHomelandsecurity.com.au
    Thank you for your time
    Please visit our website for further information