Camera systems, door sensors, laser motion detectors, glass break sensors- all components of a modern and well-designed yacht security system. And well-designed is the key- the best equipment in the world requires expertise and experience in design and installation, and Concord Marine Electronics experts make each security system greater than the sum of its parts.
“Our FLIR™ systems provide the best available monitoring and surveillance for any yacht, regardless of size,” Mr. Robilio continued. “FLIR™ lets you see through darkness or haze or smoke and pinpoint activity, or trouble, anywhere on board your yacht. Real-time mobile access, and past events, are just a tap away wherever you are.”
|Access control and situational awareness remain critical in port|
FLIR™, a global leader in the security space, supplies the military, industry, and commercial markets with visible light, video analytics, and thermal imaging products which Concord incorporates into your yacht’s advanced threat detection system. Concord design engineers and factory-trained technicians work with your builder, shipyard, or crew to furnish and install a system tailored specifically to the layout, location, and needs you as a yacht owner or manager require. Intelligent interior and exterior video surveillance with text and email alerts, geo-fencing and location services, and access control all need thoughtful and professional design to fit properly into your overall security posture.
- Intrusion prevention and detection
- Vessel movement
- Control access to boarding devices
- High water alarms
- Shore power interruptions
- Engine room monitoring
- Playback, event storage and retrieval
- Nigh-vision and thermal imagery
- Remote pan-tilt-zoom
- Location- where you will be cruising and docking, considering local resources, response time, network availability
- Interior layout- what needs monitoring, and with what technology? Video, audio, motion, which sensors are appropriate for privacy and security of those onboard?
- Reporting and data storage requirements- where and how should data be stored?
- Testing, training, familiarization with the equipment- is it user-friendly, are there regular software and firmware updates, how do they get applied, and how responsive is the support team?
- Hardware- battery backup, tamper protection, access logging to systems, least-privilege access by default, redundancy, stealth modes...
A thorough review of your onboard security cameras, monitors, sensors, and policies and procedures done by professionals at Concord Marine Electronics will elevate your security posture underway, at the dock, in the shipyard, at anchor- wherever yachting takes you.