Thursday, April 19, 2012

Andy's Security Travelogue: Pyramid Perimeters

Perimeter security seems to know no bounds. It's required just about everywhere you can think of and here at APS Perimeter Security we have a growing, international distributor network that reflects this.From power plant security to prison security our perimeter security systems are deployed on projects covering a wide range of applications. One of the most notable, however, has to be that of the Great Pyramids of Giza where our fence detection and monitoring products formed part of the integrated perimeter security system protecting the 13.2 kilometres of perimeter fencing. The project was the focus of one of our earliest perimeter security blog posts :)

Since then we have shared more photographs taken by our Technical Director Andy Moon whilst out on site at the Great Pyramids - our Pyramid Camel Police was a good example. Today we would like to share a few more ....

This first photo was taken by Andy from inside the perimeter fence where our perimeter intrusion detection system Flexiguard™ is in operation. They city of Giza is in the distance.

This second photo Andy took from outside of the perimeter fencing

Notice the small figure of a camel being ridden pasts the pyramid?
Here is a close-up cropped shot ...

 Pyramid, camel and perimeter security fencing all in one shot - not often you see that!

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