8, 8 days until Disney! Ah ha ha!

The future of boundries...

Does your intrusion detection tell you that someone is climbing your fence?

http://www.guardiansolutions.com/
Permalink Chris McKinstry 
January 17th, 2006
No, but if they try to whiz on my fence, *they'll* definitely notice
Permalink Helen Gohn 
January 17th, 2006
We've got some kind of weird perimeter monitors at some of the sites at work, the literature for which demonstrates it telling the difference between a fox and a camel crossing the boundary. Very useful...
Permalink Mat Hall 
January 17th, 2006
And what's with that seemingly random bit about "Jihadists" at the bottom of that page?
Permalink Mat Hall 
January 17th, 2006
Personally, I'm wondering who puts up a fence that small in order to keep people out.

When I worked in a high security facility, we had a triple row of 12 foot fence with concertina wire at the top of it.

The middle fence was electrified, while the outer and inner fences had this vibration sensing wire running through them.

The control for the electric fence was a huge red dial with posistions numbered 1 through 10, and a two labels: "tickle" next to the one and "kill" next to the 8.

About once a year we would have to shut off the fence and go out and remove a raccoon or possum that had managed to touch the inner fence while still grounded.
Permalink Steve Barbour 
January 18th, 2006
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In the future, "boundaries" will be spelled correctly.
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Permalink Snark 
January 18th, 2006

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