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Title: Auratek Security Inc.


1
Auratek Security Inc.
  • Recent Development in Portable Sensor
  • Presented by André Gagnon P. Eng.
  • NDIA 19th Annual Security Division, Session VIII,
    Group II
  • Symposium Exhibition
  • Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA, June 2003

2
Table of Contents
  • PSP-16-V working principles
  • 16 distinct zones, 1 single detection system
  • 5 examples of applications, including
  • Making the Concertina Wire the sensing element
  • A potential replacement for land mines !!!
  • Wrapping the secure asset with an invisible field
  • Past / Current US agency customers
  • Conclusion

3
PSP-16-V Working Principles
  • Each PSP-16-V
  • Receives 16 Tx (RF sensors).
  • Based on cellular concept.
  • Each zone is frequency coded.
  • Transmit alarms via RF.
  • 32 PSP-16-V can be grouped into one master PC.

Alarms Outputs Video Assessment
Other Sensors Inputs
PSP-16-VRx
Tx
Tx
Tx
F1
F2
F16
4
Ex 1 Transmitting into sections of sensor cables
  • Each sensor cable section forms a distinct zone.
  • One dual frequency transmitter per zone.
  • 8 zones per system.
  • Receive via one single antenna remotely placed.

Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 . . . Zone 8
PSP-16-V
FSP-500
5
Ex 1a Sensor cable crossing a ditch
6
Ex 1b Making the Concertina Wirethe sensing
element
7
Ex 1b Making the Concertina Wirethe sensing
element
  • The sensor cable is mounted inside the concertina
    wire along the center axial and held in place by
    a non-metallic suspender.
  • A detection field of 3ft (1 m) surrounds the
    concertina wire.
  • Transmitters are mounted inside the concertina
    wire.
  • 30 m per zone.
  • More tolerable to high wind. No alarm for up to
    2 inches of lateral displacement. Alarms when
    deformed by more than 6 inches.

8
Ex 1c Sensor cable deployed on pavement
9
Ex 1d The dual frequency transmitter
10
Ex 1e The PSP-16-V
11
Ex 2 Transmitting into many miniature antennas
  • Each area radiated by a miniature antenna forms a
    distinct zone.
  • The miniature antennas are mounted on trees or
    fences.
  • One dual frequency transmitter per antenna.
  • 8 zones per system.
  • Receive via one single sensor cable.
  • No antenna

Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 . . . Zone 8
PSP-16-V
12
Ex 2a Transmitter, mounted directly on chain
link fence
13
Ex 3 Transmitting into imitation objects
1
1
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
PSP-16-V Rx System
1 Kilometer
10 miles
ZONE 14
Intrusion Alarms
ZONE 15
ZONE 16
14
A potential replacement for land mines !!!
  • Transmitters are hided into imitation natural
    object
  • Detection width of 7ft (2 meters) diameter.
  • Transmitters include a built-in wire type
    antenna.
  • Multiple transmitters can be launched using
    conventional rocket gun.
  • One remote receiver can be placed as far as 1
    kilometer away using a high gain directional
    antenna.

15
Ex 4 Securing any metal platforms
  • Transmitter is using the metal platform ie
    aircraft, tanks, radar, depot shelter, etc. as
    the transmitting antenna.
  • A detection field of 3ft (1 m) surrounds the
    platform in 3D.
  • Transmitter electronics are mounted inside the
    platform.
  • 4 frequencies per transmitter, hence 4 secured
    metal platforms.
  • One remote receiver placed as far as 2 kilometers
    away using a high gain directional antenna.

16
Ex 4a Securing 4 stationary tanks
Intrusion Alarms
10 miles
PSP-16-V Rx System
17
Ex 5 Transmitting into sections of sensor cable,
receiving in a parallel sensor cable
  • Each cable section form a distinct zone.
  • One dual frequency transmitter per zone.
  • 8 zones per system.
  • Receive via one single parallel cable to form a
    double width zone.
  • Typical cable spacing varies between 2m (6) to
    4m (14) for short and long zones respectively.

Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 . . . Zone 8
PSP-16-V
18
Past / Current US Agencies Customer
  • Sandia Laboratory, Tech-3 group, NM 1994
  • INS, Federal Prison, Batavia, NY 1996
  • FBOP, Rooftop of FDC-Miami, FL 1996
  • Secret Service, Martha Vineyard VIP, MA 1997
  • Secret Service, Secretary of State VIP 1997
  • Kuwait Border trial, SAIC, MA 1997
  • Hungarian US Army base, BLAHA, Fort Belvoir,
    VA 1998
  • Pine-Bluff Arsenal, AK, Fort Belvoir, VA 1999
  • Quantico Marine Corps, FBI Academy, VA 2000
  • Smithsonian Museum, National Zoo, DC 2001
  • Capitol Building, Capitol Police, DC 2001
  • State Department, Construction Division, DC 2001
  • State Department, Foreign Service, DC 2002

19
Conclusion
  • Mature and proven technology
  • Over 1200 zones installed.
  • Installed in 16 countries.
  • Applications are restricted to high level of
    security.
  • Zero calibration, ready to go RF sensor.
  • High potential technology
  • Using the metal platform (fuselage) as antenna.
  • Using the wire distribution of a building as
    antenna.
  • Inexpensive, throw away, disposable sensor.

20
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