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Perimeter Security Control and Incident Response

Guidebook on measures to safeguard airport users, staff and facilities by effectively controlling access to airport property through surveillance of the perimeter fencing and by rapid and effective responses to unauthorized penetrations. While this examination of modern security systems would focus on anti-terrorist and anti-criminal activity it should also consider the applications of such systems to wildlife control as well. Also having a cooperative look at what ca now be done to strengthen the fence line will save each airport having to undertake such investigations alone.

Background (Describe the current situation or problem in the industry, and how your idea would address it.)

Recent developments in fencing, night vision equipment , motion detectors, video systems and much more in the military and industrial security fields have greatly enhanced the potential to protect airport property from unauthorized and unwanted access. Airport security, safety and emergency response can be significantly improved by taking advantage of these developments. What is more the airport industry can be a leader in these developments, providing practical and affordable guidance to government regulators rather than merely reacting to the outfall of the next security crisis which could well be through the fence line.

Objective (What is the desired product or result that will help the airport industry?)

Guidebook on measures to safeguard airport users, staff and facilities by effectively controlling access to airport property through surveillance of the perimeter fencing and by rapid and effective responses to unauthorized penetrations. While this examination of modern security systems would focus on anti-terrorist and anti-criminal activity it should also consider the applications of such systems to wildlife control as well. Also having a cooperative look at what ca now be done to strengthen the fence line will save each airport having to undertake such investigations alone.

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