Ground Scout Remote Intrusion Detection Systems were originally designed for Military and Border Patrol applications. This proven intrusion detection system is now available for Law Enforcement surveillance deployments. Our systems are designed for deployment in areas where long term surveillance is not feasible or even possible. Almost all Ground Scout equipment is deployable under the ground, making detection by the criminal almost impossible.
These systems report directly to your pager, cell phone or e-mail when a criminal is in the target area. Acting as a force multiplier, the deployment of a Ground Scout system allows your agency to cover several target locations while keeping manpower available to address pressing Law Enforcement needs.
Ground Scout systems may be deployed to cover large areas for extended periods of time, incorporating numerous transmitters and sensors to address point specific problems. The application of Ground Scout systems affords Law Enforcement professionals the ability to direct their resources in problem areas only when necessary, thus reducing surveillance time and providing resource management for protracted investigations requiring long periods of surveillance.
Long & Short Term Applications
Ground Scout systems have the ability to be deployed for long periods of time (up to one year) without the need for additional service or new batteries. This application is frequently used when it is necessary to deploy a surveillance system in a target area that is not conducive to ongoing surveillance due to suspect activity or a remote location. Intrusion information may be sent through a repeater unit as far as twenty five miles away. This relay unit receives intrusion information from one sensor or a series of sensors in the target area and relays that information on to the Law Enforcement officer or the property owner through a base station and communication software application.
Short-term applications such as construction site thefts, burglaries, vandalism or illegal dumping may be accomplished by the deployment of a Ground Scout unit. The Ground Scout is deployed as a standalone intrusion sensor system that, when activated, establishes communication with the responding officer or property owner, feeding intrusion information as activities take place in the target area.
Remote Intrusion Detection Systems can be broken down into the following stages of action: