Perimeter Security

Perimeter security is the first line of defence of an alarm system. It is designed to monitor the limit of the property to be protected, avoiding any type of unauthorized access in addition to serving as a deterrent to those who should not enter our plant.

Industrial plants such as refineries, quarries, factories or solar parks, and other areas characterised by occupying a large area with many access points require perimeter security solutions. Along with theft, these businesses and institutions have to prevent access by unauthorised personnel to avoid accidents, etc.

The security system for this type of facility is more complex and requires advanced technical equipment that is installed and maintained by qualified technical personnel of security systems companies.

The market for global perimeter security is on the brink of success due to rising urban infrastructure, higher perimeter intrusions, development of next-generation integrated systems, rising technological advancement and stringent government rules in perimeter security offers ample of opportunities for the market growth.

The Perimeter Security market is expected to grow up to $224.89 billion by 2023, which used to remain at $95.26 billion in 2016.

Nigerian firms have increased their security spend by 100% in the last 8 years alone

Security-related services will be both the largest ($40.2 billion in 2018) and the fastest growing (11.9% CAGR) category of worldwide security spending. Managed security services will be the largest segment within the services category, delivering nearly 50% of the category total in 2022.

Applications for Perimeter Security on display at Securex West Africa will include:

  • Detection & alarm systems
  • Guard control & monitoring systems
  • Metal detectors
  • Access control systems
  • Card/ smartcard Technology
  • Locks/ security doors/ shutters/ fencing
  • Intruder detectors

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