Radar Systems

Historically, operators required considerable training to interpret radar data. One radar demanded their complete attention. With limited resources, today’s security professionals can now have an automated solution to free operators for other responsibilities in their wide area surveillance systems. Working with an array of standard ground based radars, the STS Control Station accomplishes this by graphically presenting detected intruders on a computer screen and sounding an alarm. Using the intruder’s location received from the radar, the STS Control Station can then automatically point a camera to identify the threat. Now, response can be appropriate and efficient as the intruder is tracked real time. Whether part of a portable, mobile, or fixed radar installation, the STS Control Station can simultaneously monitor multiple radars and cameras. And when needed, several STS Control Stations in dispersed sites can be networked as part of one wide area surveillance network. One installation contains more than 50 radars. With a rich set of reporting, interfacing, administrative and user controls, the STS Control Station is an intuitive and easy to operate mini‐annunciator for force protection and high value site security applications.

War Rooms

War-RoomAs a solutions provider for mission critical equipment, First Capital has created partnerships with the leaders in command and control stations and has created an innovative approach to sensor management for remote command centers to better relay and understand data from theater environment. Utilizing clean channel RF and Satellite links data can be carried securely through deployed mesh networks such as Decisive Analytics DIBS platform. Command Centers or “war rooms” have become a common place even in Corporate America as well as the campaign trail for providing a centralized location for data management and monitoring.
Uses Include:

  • Ground Support
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Search and Rescue
  • Emergency Response

A centralized command center allows your enterprise to provide a watchful eye on it’s assets through real‐time audio video and sensor data monitor movement, monitor time and attendance or even object chain of custody with the to interact through communication channels, alarms, door strikes, and gates.

Enterprise Surveillance

SurveillanceRSMS is an advanced security system that combines passive and active security features for industrial installations with remote operation and control. RSMS offers a unique combination of the latest achievements in the video streaming, surveillance and industrial lighting/power control applications. It combines advanced features of video surveillance and automatic control with remote access and management capabilities.

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Passive Security Features:
  • Remote and local security camera observation with pan‐tilt‐zoom capabilities
  • Remote and local digital video recording (DVR)
  • Archiving data on swappable drives or DVD
  • Alarms / motion detection / automatic recording / night vision
  • Global Reach
Active Security Features:
  • Remote Activation of Sensors and alarms
  • Remote Control of security lights, doors, locks, and gates
  • Alarm-driven automatic operation
  • Various active defense mechanism options

For more information, please download this Disaster Planning Brochure

Maritime Response

PTZ CameraBiometric SecurityFirst Capital International has pioneered an advanced new marine security system that allows US ports real-time monitoring of all cargo tankers’ / large ocean going vessels’ captain, crew, and passengers from virtually any point around the globe. In addition, the VIP Systems™ has patented an Active Control Link feature allowing for the remote shutdown of vessel’s engine via satellite as a measure to deter port entry in the case of the hijacking of an LNG tanker or Cargo Vessel Loaded with Explosive Material. Additionally, VIP Systems™ provides biometric screenings for the crew and captain for identity confirmation upon boarding the ship, half-way through the journey, and before entering the Port of Destination. Biometric data along with the real-time video surveillance monitoring of the crew, captain, and passengers is multi-casted (transmitted) from a satellite dish located on-board the vessel or streamed wirelessly to a Port Control Center. This data will be matched with the registered files previously obtained and stored with the Port Authority. The system can play a vital role in the new security regulations and guidelines imposed by The International Maritime Organization and The International Ship and Port Facility Code (IMO ISPS).


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