The Rogue Detection System (RDS) relies on field proven sensors that can be deployed in commonly available housings, such as unobtrusive road cones or flower pots providing clandestine monitoring. It is mobile, redeployable and is ready for use in just minutes. Since the RDS does not emit any signals, it is not detectable by common scanning electronics. Wireless capability allows for remote monitoring.
With concerns over budget constraints and the increasing need for security, the new RDS system is ideally configured to help protect national monuments and other sites of interest without the need for significant investment.
RDS is available worldwide. For more information, visit http://rds.geometrics.com or contact magsales(at)geometrics.com for system options and a quotation.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11221148.htm
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