Local authorities are not often knowledgeable about the technical complexities of deploying a surveillance system in their area. Topographical characteristics vary, and so will the selection of the products needed, and the best installation strategy to be used. Systems must be deployed in a unique way at each location, to achieve the best performance at the lowest cost. Our System Engineering team has the experience of hundreds of system deployments using more than a thousand sensor subsystems in diverse weather environments around the world. They use both traditional and advanced tools to determine the best strategy for implementing a successful new system or system upgrade.
- Concept of Operations (CONOPS) are written to determine the expected operation of the authority(ies) involved,
- Operational requirements are converted to technical requirements,
- Satellite Mapping and 3D range calculation technology is used to identify potential problem areas for closer study,
- Detailed site surveys with a comprehensive review of existing infrastructure and facilities, in the context of customer requirements,
- An analysis of the host authorities existing organizational structure, policies and procedures,
- An analysis of the existing communications infrastructure looking at its performance capabilities, operational costs, and how it can best be used with new surveillance technologies,
- Simulation tools are used to confirm the operational suitability of the engineered solution,
- The System Engineering review results in the development of a Comprehensive System Design and Implementation Plan.
Our System Engineering work has been the foundation of hundred of successful system deployments. You are invited to review our reference list.