They Don't Stand A Chance...
Intrusion Detection with DarkPulse Distributed Optical Fibre Sensors
Protecting an area from intrusion requires a sensor system that can detect events at any location at any time. Generally the locations are not precisely known at installation time making point sensors a poor choice: a point sensor covers a small area and if the intrusion does not take place within that area it goes undetected.
DarkPulse's fibre optic sensors have a clear advantage in that they cover extended areas. The same sensor can also be used in many configurations, for instance it can measure deflection of the ground caused by tunnelling or it can detect motion in a chain link fence caused by an intruder climbing.
Intrusion detection requires:
− pinpoint of location of intrusion in 1 or 2 dimensions
− coverage of large perimeters or areas (eg national borders)
− assessment of intrusion signature (ie what is crossing the perimeter)
− rapid detection (sub second)
− installation in remote locations (multiple com and power options)
Compared to other distributed sensor systems available, the Erebus sensor by DarkPulse Technologies has faster measurement times, lower cost per unit and lower power requirements making it ideal for remote installations. Coupled with our Shapesnake™ technology is excellent for measuring small deflections such as ground motion from the passage of intruders as well as tunnel detection.
Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors
DarkPulse has recently entered into a licensing agreement with Battelle Memorial Institute (BMI) through the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), a Department of Energy (DOE) lab. The lab is operated as a private, non-profit applied science and technology development company. Originally focusing on contract research and development work in the areas of metals and material science, Battelle is now an international science and technology enterprise that explores emerging areas of science, develops and commercializes technology, and manages laboratories for customers.
DarkPulse’s licensing agreement focuses on an apparatus for detecting trace-levels of explosives, chemical warfare agents (CWAs) and illicit drugs.
DarkPulse's agreement gives DarkPulse exclusive rights to the invention that relates to detection of CWAs. More specifically, this invention relates to using an ion detector and unique chemistry including proton affinity, chemical functionality, and chemical structure of the reaction dopant to improve selectivity and detection limits. There are currently directives from the White House to solve the opioid issues, which represent an enormous market potential.
Low-level detection of illicit substances, including explosives, narcotics and CWAs, remains a long-standing goal of modern instrument platforms. For example, detection of drugs at ultra-low levels significantly below those currently detected by state-of-the-art instrument systems analyzing swipe samples could enable vapor detection, that would compete with a detection acuity on the order of sniffing dogs. Such systems would enable detection of vapors to identify illicit drugs in cargo containers and other concealed conveyances. Additionally, ultra-low-level detection of CWAs could also allow identification of hazardous compounds at levels well below those considered safe for the general population. This is a primary concern of the US Department of Homeland Security.
Due to the sensitive nature of our security system please contact us for additional specifications.