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  • Maximum Security: Discover the Technologies that are Redefining Control in Brazil’s Prisons

    Brazilian prisons have recorded almost one escape per day; radars and seismic detectors are part of the solution to prevent breakouts The escape of two criminals from a prison in Mossoró, Rio Grande do Norte, raised concerns about the vulnerability of Brazilian prisons. While this was the first escape from a maximum-security penitentiary in Brazil's history, the occurrence of convicts fleeing is not uncommon. Just last year, Brazil witnessed nearly one criminal escape per day. A total of 333 inmates managed to break free from prison cells in 18 states. These escapes are primarily facilitated by the corruption of prison guards, who aid in the escapes, and the lack of efficient security equipment for property surveillance. In a prison in the state of Goiás, for instance, 14 inmates escaped in October of last year with the assistance of a prison officer and a temporary security guard who left the cell door open. Subsequently, all criminals exited through a hole in the corridor's roof without being detected by any monitoring technology. How do radars and seismic detectors enhance security in penitentiaries? Ôguen, a distributor of innovative Israeli technologies, offers unique and high-performance solutions in Brazil capable of detecting, identifying, and classifying targets, providing early alerts for any incidents the property may face. When applied in prisons, this technology can thwart both escape and intrusion attempts, informing agents in real time about events in the monitored area. For example, Magos radars have high detection capabilities, identifying targets up to 1000 meters away from the physical barrier of the location, such as walls or fences. To prevent false alarms, the system processes the alert in advance and classifies the target as a threat or not in less than two seconds, informing the operator about the event. "One of the major issues with perimeter security solutions is false alarms that turn out to be nothing. This type of occurrence discredits the entire system, becoming a distraction tool rather than a protective one. Magos radars are equipped with intelligent technology that can classify a target as a person, animal, vehicle, vessel, or drone. Therefore, the security manager can configure the system to trigger alarms only for people and cars around or inside the property. This type of early detection and classification brings more efficiency and accuracy to the security team," explained Hen Harel, CEO of Ôguen. Standalone buried seismic detectors can complement the security setup by protecting the property underground. These devices, buried 50 meters below the ground, silently and invisibly detect human footsteps, vehicles, and even excavations, making them excellent for prison scenarios where hole openings and tunnels are common. “Seismic detectors can be buried in strategic points, such as near walls to identify hammering and excavations, and in dense vegetation areas where target detection can be more challenging. Because it is a discreet solution, the intruder has no idea they are being detected. And if there is any attempt to extract the mines, the solution also triggers an alert warning that a violation is in progress," said Hen Harel. Both solutions require minimal maintenance and have a quick installation time, needing very little infrastructure for deployment. Additionally, these systems operate in any weather conditions; even in low visibility scenarios like fog and storms, the equipment continues to function with optimal performance, ensuring flawless security without false alarms.

  • Unprecedented prison break exposes weaknesses in conventional monitoring systems

    For the first time in Brazil's history, two criminals managed to escape from a maximum-security prison housing high-risk inmates. The incident occurred at Mossoró Penitentiary in Rio Grande do Norte, covering an area of 12,000 square meters and accommodating just over 80 inmates across four pavilions and an isolation area with 12 cells. After creating a hole in the wall, the prisoners gained access to the roof and then the external area of the prison, where they cut through the first and second fences, successfully escaping the premises. Not only did the facility lack any technology to detect this unusual movement on the exterior, but the security camera footage within the prison was of poor quality, further compromising surveillance and the identification of the fugitive. Prison officers only noticed the missing inmates nearly two hours after the incident. Such an uncommon event exposes the vulnerability of the Brazilian prison system, where even maximum-security facilities demonstrate shortcomings in security procedures and unit structure. Out of the 192 installed cameras, 124 were inoperable. Even the functioning cameras exhibited instability, resulting in image loss. Security expert Hen Harel explains that locations with vast areas requiring active and preventive security, like Mossoró Penitentiary, need to advanced detection technologies for risk anticipation. "It's unbelievable that these criminals roamed the entire external area, passed through two access blocking points, and were never identified by the surveillance system. For internal areas, we recommend using standalone buried seismic detectors, capable of anticipating tunnel excavations and impacts on walls, even without cameras, using a special feature for prison security to indicate the area of suspicious activity. In the external area, solutions like Magos radars - used for both public security and private structure protection - could detect fugitives within seconds," explained Hen Harel. The Magos radars mentioned by the expert are advanced civilian sensors for perimeter security of large areas, efficiently detecting any potential threat in advance. The solution can cover up to 600,000 square meters, identifying and classifying the target up to 1000 meters away from the point of interest, enabling security operators to monitor intruders or, in the case of a prison, escapees. SensoGuard seismic detectors are installed underground, invisible, designed to detect movements in the area imperceptibly to invaders, as well as attempts at excavation and impacts. In the case of prisons, if criminals attempt to dig tunnels or break a wall, the AI-powered solution can classify such actions as abnormal and alert operators as soon as the perforations begin, immediately thwarting escape attempts. "There is no longer room in the market for conventional security systems where you wait for the event to occur before taking action. We have all the resources available to anticipate these situations and provide sufficient response time for the operator. If Mossoró Penitentiary had the seismic detectors and radars installed on its property, the moment the criminals started digging, they would be detected. As a second layer of security in the external area, an alert would be immediately issued by the Magos radars to the security center, notifying them of the escape attempt," stated Hen Harel. For more information on Magos radars, visit the website:

  • Ports: Innovative security for a challenging environment

    Protecting ports against threats is an increasingly complex challenge, considering the constant evolution of maritime properties and emerging risks. Monitoring and effectively securing extensive perimeters exposed to adverse weather conditions become essential to ensure the safety of port operations and international trade. One of the main obstacles faced by ports is managing multiple points of entry, including vehicular, pedestrian, and maritime accesses. The diversity of potential vulnerabilities requires innovative solutions and advanced technologies to maintain a secure and threat-free port environment. To address these challenges, Ôguen, bringing cutting-edge technologies directly from Israel, presents solutions that have revolutionized security in Brazilian ports. One of the key tools is the Magos radar system, a robust equipment capable of covering extensive areas with high precision. The radars can detect, identify, and classify up to 100 targets simultaneously, even under adverse conditions such as fog, storms, and complete darkness. Their installation at heights between 3 and 15 meters ensures wide coverage without blind spots and excellent performance, even at higher altitudes. Magos radars provide a comprehensive view of the port perimeter, allowing real-time detection of intrusions and suspicious activities. Continuous and accurate monitoring capability is essential to ensure the safety of port operations and to act promptly in case of threats. Complementing the radar system, Ôguen has brought an automated drone solution to Brazil, an agile and versatile tool to reinforce port security. Drones can reach hard-to-access areas, such as spaces between containers, ship hulls, wet areas, and dense vegetation, providing detailed aerial images that are crucial for identifying potentially vulnerable points. These aircraft are especially useful for scheduled patrols, constant monitoring, routine inspections, and rapid response to emergencies. By combining the intrusion detection capabilities of Magos radars with the agility and mobility of drones, ports can significantly enhance their security capacity and protection against external threats. Through the implementation of these innovative technologies, Brazilian ports can enhance their security, ensuring the continuity of commercial operations and the safe flow of cargo. Investing in advanced and effective solutions is a crucial step in facing present and future challenges, maintaining ports as fundamental pillars of international trade, and contributing to the country's economic development. Interested in these solutions? To learn more, visit: or contact us at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Combating piracy and theft in Brazilian ports

    Brazilian ports have been a constant target of criminal actions, including pirate invasions and cargo theft, along with the insertion of drugs in ship hulls and containers. These practices have serious consequences for the country's economy and port operations security. To face this challenge, adopting innovative and efficient security measures is essential. One of the solutions that has shown promise in combating piracy and theft in ports is the use of automated drones. Companies like Ôguen have made advanced automated drone solutions, such as the Israeli Easy Aerial solution, available to the market. Automated drones are equipped with cutting-edge technology, allowing for scheduled patrols and real-time aerial monitoring. With the ability to access hard-to-reach areas, such as spaces between containers and wet areas, drones offer a comprehensive and detailed view of critical security points in ports. Furthermore, the implementation of thermal cameras on drones enables image capture even in complete darkness. This functionality is particularly valuable as a significant portion of criminal activities occur during the night. By detecting suspicious or abnormal activities, drones send immediate alerts to operators, allowing for a quick and effective response to contain the situation. The use of automated drones in port security operations offers several advantages over traditional methods. The agility and mobility of drones allow for broader and more efficient coverage of the port perimeter, reducing vulnerabilities and increasing monitoring capacity. Moreover, the visible presence of automated drones in port operations can act as a deterrent, discouraging potential criminals from engaging in illegal actions. With increased surveillance and response capabilities, the likelihood of successful attacks significantly decreases. Another relevant aspect is the potential integration of drones with artificial intelligence and data analysis systems. Over time, algorithms can learn to identify suspicious patterns and behaviors, making drones even more efficient in preventing and containing crimes in ports. For the successful implementation of automated drones, collaboration between port authorities, maritime transport companies, and other stakeholders is crucial. Adequate training for operators and security teams must be conducted, and the information collected by drones should be integrated into a centralized monitoring system. "The adoption of automated drones represents a modern and effective approach to combat piracy and theft in Brazilian ports. With this technology, we can reinforce the security of port operations, protect cargo integrity, and, above all, ensure the peace of mind of the entire port community. The cooperation between the public and private sectors is essential to make this strategy a reality and promote a safe and prosperous port environment for the country," said Kleber Reis, Commercial and Operations Director at Ôguen. To learn more about how automated drones work, visit: or contact us at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Perimeter security in ports and maritime applications

    There are over 175 cargo port facilities in Brazil, including ports, maritime terminals, and waterway installations, with over 80% of Brazilian international trade being conducted through maritime routes. Therefore, the port sector holds undeniable importance for the national economy and must be protected against vandalism, invasions, theft, or any other criminal activity. However, ensuring port security is not an easy task, as these structures are located in vast geographical areas with varying perimeters, ranging from densely populated urban areas to dense vegetation and wet regions, often with limited lighting, making the use of conventional equipment impractical. To enhance security efficiency and responsiveness, managers are going beyond surveillance cameras and implementing preventive solutions that detect targets and abnormal situations before any actual incident occurs. This is where Magos security radars come into play. These sensors are installed at a height of approximately 15-60 meters, with the option to be directly mounted on container platforms or behind the line of docked ships to monitor any movement in the waterway channel. They can cover an area of 600,000 square meters with just one device, detecting intruders up to one thousand meters away, and classifying targets as humans, boats, etc. "The port regions suffer greatly from thieves and even pirates. As these properties hold high-value merchandise, they become targets of interest for criminals who can invade both by land and water. Security managers need to be proactive in anticipating the arrival of wrongdoers, and with Magos radars, they can receive preventive notifications, providing extra time for operators to initiate the rapid response protocol," explained Kleber Reis, commercial and operations director at Ôguen. Magos radars require minimal infrastructure, consume low power and bandwidth, and do not require any regular maintenance. The equipment operates even in complete darkness and is weather-resistant, making it ideal for the challenging environment of ports. Want to know more about the solution? Visit: or contact us at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Ôguen introduces an unprecedented Israeli drone fleet management system to the market

    Ôguen, a distributor of innovative Israeli technologies, brings to Brazil a groundbreaking solution aimed at simplifying drone fleet management: Mission Control By High Lander. The system allows operators to manage multiple aircraft simultaneously through an intuitive and user-friendly dashboard, enabling full control of all aspects of missions, from takeoff to landing. With just a few clicks, Mission Control allows commanding multiple drones, monitoring real-time missions on a map, creating automated missions, detecting and tracking targets, performing precise landings, and checking the location and flight conditions of each drone in real-time, allowing for individual adjustments. "Regardless of fleet size, Mission Control enables tracking and creating customized routes, planning missions in advance, and transmitting images and videos in real-time. The platform is compatible with all drones currently available in the market, making the integration of new aircraft extremely easy," explained Hen Harel, CEO of Ôguen. Benefits of Mission Control: • Collision prevention: As the system monitors all active drones, the solution is capable of automatically making deviations and navigation adjustments to avoid route conflicts in the air. • Object detection: The platform is equipped with advanced artificial intelligence technologies that can identify, count, and track specific objects such as people and vehicles, making security projects, for example, more efficient and proactive. • Live image transmission: Unlike many operations that require the operator to remove a memory card from the aircraft to view images, Mission Control allows real-time transmission of videos captured by the drone's camera. The recipient receives a link, enabling them to view everything in real-time without the need to download applications. • Remote aircraft adjustment: The software allows the operator to remotely activate and adjust the drone in operation, such as camera movement, lights, speakers and sirens, among others. The solution can be applied in delivery, security and surveillance, agriculture, topography, and mapping projects, as well as inspection missions, boosting operational efficiency, maximizing the potential of the aircraft, and enhancing results. The technology is already available in Brazil through Ôguen. Request a demonstration via the website or contact them at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Different types of perimeter security for logistics and distribution centers

    With the increase in crime in warehouses, storage facilities, and logistics installations, installing only a perimeter fence is no longer sufficient. Besides the stock, criminals may target company vehicles, equipment, and other types of materials. Most of the time, thieves resort to extreme violence, invading locations heavily armed and taking employees hostage. Physical barriers, gates, and access control are merely minimum security measures. With the advancement of technology and artificial intelligence, it is possible to anticipate and even predict events, enabling the security team to intervene in criminal actions before they become a problem. Ôguen, a distributor of innovative Israeli technologies, has brought high-reaching and early detection solutions to Brazil. One such solution is the Magos Security Radar, an advanced civilian sensor that provides coverage of over 600,000 square meters with just one device. This solution is ideal for projects with vast areas to be monitored, such as logistics and distribution centers. In this way, if criminals attempt to invade the property, whether by hiding in vegetation areas surrounding the location, or using vehicles, boats, or drones, the radars can detect and classify the threat in real-time from up to 1,000 meters away. A notification is sent to the control center, and containment actions begin to be executed, all before the criminals can get close to areas like warehouses. "This layered security brings more protection and efficiency to the security operation. The more space we have to work on prevention, the more effective the result. We can detect intruders long before they approach areas of interest, all thanks to the radar's long-range coverage and identification capabilities. The equipment can detect 100 targets simultaneously and exclude 'friendly targets', meaning people authorized to be in that location, thus avoiding false alarms", explained Hen Harel, CEO of Ôguen. For patrols, monitoring, inspections, and even rapid response missions, Ôguen has introduced Easy Aerial drones to the market. The technology, capable of performing automated flights in tethered (24-hour uninterrupted operation), free flight, or hybrid configuration, is ideal for areas with challenging terrains, such as locations surrounded by water, dense vegetation, steep areas, poorly lit areas, and vast areas to be monitored. This is because the drone can overcome all these obstacles, providing a privileged view of the installation and covering all security gaps that may occur due to area vulnerability. "Drones are being increasingly used by security managers, not only for their high coverage capacity but also for the flexibility of the solution. They can be used to map the area, conduct patrols, and provide situational awareness in the event of an intrusion attempt, as they can reach the location before the ground team, as well as other possibilities, such as assisting the operational team in truck inspections, access control, and so on", said engineer Kleber Reis, commercial and operations director of Ôguen. Both the Magos Radar and the Automated Easy Aerial Drones are available in Brazil and have been applied in dozens of security projects throughout the country. If you want to learn more about how the solutions work and if the equipment is ideal for your project, visit or contact them at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • How to protect over half a million square meters with just one radar

    One of the biggest challenges faced in the perimeter security of extensive areas is the quantity of equipment needed to cover the entire property. Security managers need to approve projects with hundreds of cameras and sensors, resulting in a high cost to implement the solution. Furthermore, under unfavorable weather conditions such as rainy or intensely foggy days, the cameras' visibility is compromised, affecting the effectiveness of the security system. However, an innovative solution is revolutionizing perimeter security: the Magos radar. With just one piece of equipment, it's possible to protect an area of up to 600,000 square meters. This radar can detect people, animals, vehicles and drones, among others, at a distance of one thousand meters, and can simultaneously identify up to 100 targets. One of the significant advantages of this solution, besides its powerful coverage, is its minimal need for infrastructure and maintenance. The radar is also resistant to adverse weather conditions such as storms, fog, or even complete darkness. This means that even in challenging moments, the radar operates with the same efficiency, identifying any invasion attempts. This perimeter security solution is especially relevant for locations like logistics centers. Only in 2022, Brazil ended the year with more than 2.7 million square meters of high-standard warehouses in the country, according to the SiiLA platform. Distribution centers often store and transport high-value-added products and receive a high flow of people and vehicles daily, making them a frequent target for criminals. For this reason, such locations need a robust and efficient security system. "The Magos radar provides broad and precise coverage, significantly reducing the number of equipment used in a perimeter security project, making it the most cost-effective solution in the market. With it, it's possible to protect the entire area, ensuring the protection and peace of mind that logistics centers and their operators need. This way, instead of using hundreds or even thousands of cameras, alarms, and sensors, by choosing Magos, the manager can use a small number of cameras and radars, depending on the project," said Hen Harel, CEO of Ôguen. Magos radars are available in Brazil through Ôguen, the official representative of the Magos brand in the country. To learn more about how the solution works, visit or contact them at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Perimeter Security: Enhancing Situational Awareness in Logistics Centers with Radars and Drones

    Relying solely on traditional surveillance systems like CCTV, alarms, and security guards for property security presents limitations such as human error, false alarms, slow response times, and the inability to efficiently process and analyze large volumes of data. Com o objetivo de superar essas limitações e proporcionar uma segurança eficaz, duas soluções se destacam: o Radar de Segurança Magos e os Drones Automatizados Easy Aerial, equipamentos israelenses disponibilizados no Brasil pela empresa Ôguen. To overcome these limitations and provide effective security, two standout solutions are the Magos security radar and Easy Aerial autonomous drones, Israeli equipment made available in Brazil by Ôguen. Magos security radar is a high-performance device designed to cover large areas, with a single unit capable of monitoring an extension of up to 600,000 square meters. Its main function is to detect intruders attempting to enter a property in advance, classifying them as animals, humans, vehicles, among others. With a range of up to 1,000 meters, the radar provides security operators with valuable time to respond to incidents. Additionally, it can simultaneously identify up to 100 targets regardless of weather conditions such as heavy rain or reduced visibility. On the other hand, the Easy Aerial autonomous drones are highly efficient for aerial monitoring of the entire facility. These aircraft can perform scheduled perimeter patrols, specific monitoring missions, and offer a rapid response to incidents. Compared to a ground-based security guard, drones provide an unprecedented response speed, allowing security operators to obtain real-time information about perimeter activities in a matter of seconds. The live transmission of drone footage enables immediate situational visualization. Furthermore, the aircraft can be equipped with thermal cameras, speakers, and spotlights, features that enable the identification of intruders even in complete darkness and deter these criminals by transmitting warning messages through the speakers. The drones are equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) and designed to detect intruders while extracting valuable insights and actionable intelligence from the collected data. By utilizing advanced analytics and deep learning algorithms, these systems can identify suspicious objects, individuals, and behaviors in real-time. The AI algorithms allow differentiation between normal activities and unauthorized access attempts, loitering, or abandoned objects, such as a vehicle parked in a restricted area, generating instant alerts for security personnel to respond promptly. By employing security radars and automated drones, logistics centers can enhance their situational awareness and strengthen perimeter security. These technological solutions provide comprehensive property coverage, detecting potential intruders in advance and delivering real-time information for immediate response. The combination of wide radar coverage and the mobility and agility of drones results in an efficient security system capable of handling diverse challenges and ensuring the protection of distribution centers against invasions, vandalism, and theft. To learn more about the solutions provided by Ôguen, visit: or contact them at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Monitoring and inspection with drones in hydroelectric power plants

    Monitoring and inspection with drones in hydroelectric power plants How to ensure the security of an extensive area, spanning thousands of square meters, with varying elevations, vegetation, and surrounded by water? These are some of the obstacles that security managers of hydroelectric power plants in Brazil face in order to deliver an efficient and agile monitoring and surveillance project. In addition to property protection, inspection is also a challenge for this sector, which needs to regularly perform structural checks and maintenance on equipment, requiring significant time and resource allocation from the team. One of the innovative solutions that have been used in the security market for projects like this is automated drones. These aircraft have become an essential tool in the energy sector as they can actively monitor from the air, covering not only buildings and equipment but also the entire perimeter of the property. "After listening to and understanding the challenges faced by the energy sector, especially in hydroelectric power plants, we introduced autonomous drones to Brazil. This solution is capable of conducting monitoring, programmed patrols, perimeter anomaly detection, rapid response, and inspections, among other possible applications," explained Kleber Reis, Commercial and Operations Director at Ôguen. "Since the equipment remains airborne during surveillance, there are no terrestrial barriers that hinder monitoring. Therefore, the solution can swiftly and effectively respond to incidents, providing operators with situational awareness," added the engineer. As hydroelectric power plants consist of numerous buildings, equipment, and piping systems, conducting inspections with drones is a safe and fast way to visualize the entire facility. The use of drones for inspecting hydroelectric power plants offers advantages such as: • Quick overview and assessment of conditions; • Sharp and detailed photographs of defects; • High-quality images and videos; • Planning for preventive maintenance and optimized production; • Clear visibility in hard-to-reach areas; • Reduced operation downtime; • Ensuring the safety of the inspection team. "Hydroelectric power plants are currently the largest source of renewable energy in Brazil, which is why both monitoring and regular inspections are crucial for the safety and integrity of dams and other structures. Drones can detect intruders, vandals, suspicious activities inside and outside the perimeter, conduct active surveillance, and perform missions to check for cracks, equipment temperature, inspect boilers and tanks, examine building roofs, detect leaks, and more," concluded Hen Harel, CEO of Ôguen. To learn more about how automated drones work and whether this solution is ideal for your project, visit or contact us at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • Perimeter security for logistics centers with drones

    Distribution centers (DCs) are a vital part of the logistics sector, and protecting them against potential security threats is essential for the success of any supply chain. One area that requires particular attention is the perimeter; physical barriers such as fences, walls, and gates limit the access of unauthorized individuals and vehicles but can be overcome by vandals and criminals. "Logistics centers are often located in strategic areas, in more remote locations with multiple highway exits to facilitate the transportation of goods. However, while this simplifies distribution, it also presents an opportunity for criminals to invade, commit theft, and quickly flee. Many of these properties are also surrounded by dense vegetation, which hinders conventional monitoring if wrongdoers camouflage themselves in these areas," explained Hen Harel, security expert and CEO of Ôguen. To protect their operations, companies are employing innovative security methods, and one of them is perimeter monitoring with drones. These aircraft can perform aerial surveillance, schedule patrols, respond to incidents, conduct inspections, and offer other possibilities. "DCs are large facilities, and security guards on foot or motorcycles are responsible for patrolling the property. When an event occurs, it also takes them considerable time to reach the location. With drones, patrols can be programmed and conducted automatically by the aircraft. Moreover, in the case of an incident, operators can deploy them to gain situational awareness. In addition to being a faster and more agile response, it also exposes the guards to less direct risk against criminals," said Kleber Reis, commercial and operations director at Ôguen. Drones can be used in various ways in a logistics center, such as: • Aerial monitoring of cargo movements; • Coverage of access points, such as vehicle and personnel entry and exit; • Detection of abnormal situations, such as vehicles parked in inappropriate areas; • Comprehensive monitoring of all areas, including the perimeter and warehouses; • Guidance tool for employees and visitors, using speakers attached to the aircraft; • Inspections of roofs, gutters, machinery, and structures; • Detection of intruders in vegetated areas using thermal cameras; • And other applications. Want to learn more about how to protect your logistics center with drones? Contact Ôguen and find out more. Visit: or call us at +55 11 93389-8133.

  • How to protect distribution centers from criminals

    In addition to material damage, such actions leave lasting marks on both employees and the companies’ reputation, further amplifying the incurred losses. "Securing distribution centers is a major challenge due to their large size and high vehicle and human traffic. Therefore, the project requires a layered security approach to protect the premises, starting with the perimeter area," explained Hen Harel, security expert and CEO of Ôguen. According to the expert, one of the strategies is to expand the line of sight, allowing intruders to be detected in advance, while still distant from the warehouses and people. For example, the Magos radar provides coverage from 50,000 up to 500,000 square meters with just one device, detecting people, animals, and vehicles up to a distance of 1,000 meters. This enables operators to be alerted proactively about any non-compliance, allowing them to act swiftly against the event. "The radars can detect up to 100 targets simultaneously and classify them. Furthermore, within the radar management platform, it is possible to create alarm zones, determining priority levels through layered differentiated treatments. For example, the closer to the property, the more urgent the occurrence," Hen Harel explained. The solution is weather-resistant, capable of operating under heavy rain or excessive heat, and maintains performance regardless of lighting conditions, being able to detect targets even in complete darkness. "Many distribution centers rely solely on security cameras. However, in the event of a storm or fog, for instance, the property becomes vulnerable to invasions. By integrating PTZ cameras with the Magos radar, the project becomes fully protected. Even if the camera fails to provide an image of the situation to the operator, they already receive information from the radar about the number of people invading, whether on foot or in vehicles, among other details," said Kleber Reis, commercial and operations director at Ôguen. To learn more about how radars work and determine if they are suitable for your project, visit or contact us at +55 11 93389-8133.

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