Intrusion detection

Sponsored by
Bilco

Bilco's CNIguard™ wireless intrusion detection system is specifically designed to protect access points in drinking water distribution systems against the threat of intentional contamination. The system uses a patented Smart Sensing Technology to detect tampering such as drilling, grinding and cutting, while virtually eliminating false alarms as it can distinguish between real threats and common occurrences such as heavy rain, hail, etc. The system consists of a controller and a series of detectors that are easily mounted to access points throughout a water treatment facility including pumping stations and wells in remote areas. Encrypted radio signals are used to communicate between these devices.

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