Optracon™, a Fully Automated, Stand-off, Concealed Threat Detection Solution

Optracon™ automatically scans mass crowds in uncontrolled environments, allowing unrestricted crowd movement whilst providing high accuracy detection of concealed threats, at a distance far greater than any other technology, extending any security perimeter with no requirement to walk through portals or other restrictive devices

Detects Threats at a Distance
Allows Time for Required Response
Saves Lives

Large Assault Weapons/Rifles

Large Assault Weapons/Rifles

Automatically detects concealed weapons such as assault rifles & machine pistols, 90% accuracy with 5% false positive

PBIED

PBIED

Automatically detects concealed Personal Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (PBIED) / Bomb Vests, Pipe Bombs, 95% accuracy with 5% false positives

X60

X60

High speed and high accuracy of subject scanning, OM30 sensors scan up to 60 people per minute / 3600 people per hour, per sensor. Quantity of sensors scaled to suit requirement thus easily raising capability of scanning >100,000 pph for total solution.

30M

30M

The most capable stand-off screening system available today, operating at 30M we reliably detect threats at three times the distance of our closest competitor, providing unmatched early warning of potential threats and extending effective security perimeters

Automatic Screening

Automatic Screening

Video analytics combined with LiDAR automatically track and guide OM30 radar sensors to scan subjects as they walk through any region of interest with pinpoint accuracy

Free Space Detection

Free Space Detection

Unlike any other system, Optracon operates in uncontrolled crowded public areas, allowing unrestricted crowd movement whilst tracking all subjects

Internal / External Operation

Internal / External Operation

Units operate internally or externally for maximum effectiveness, unaffected by fluctuations in temperature and no need for controlled environments

Rapid Deployment

Rapid Deployment

Typical set up is under 30 minutes and units can be battery driven, ideal for temporary deployments such as “pop-up” VIP events, political rallies and festivals

Real Time Operation

Real Time Operation

Threat alerts are sent to operators in real time as standard CCTV video clips, clearly indicating threat type and location, whilst maintaining privacy with no intrusive imagery generated

Our Technology

Optracon™ from Radio Physics has been developed to detect concealed threats at ranges up to 30m from the sensor, gaining vital seconds and significant distance to respond to any intended act of terror, thereby saving lives. Embracing feedback from customer response and trials, Optracon™ has been designed by a team of technology and security experts to operate in unrestricted crowded public areas indoors and outdoors, permitting the free flow of people and eliminating the bottlenecks and queues created by portals or other restrictive devices. Fully automated, Optracon™ sensors are network devices allowing deployment at virtually any location around public, corporate, and national venues and facilities, sending alerts to security personnel, giving clear real-time actionable information on target subject and nature of threat.

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Applications

Designed to screen people for concealed threats as they approach venues, Optracon™ delivers a step change in security – pushing out security perimeters and enabling interventions before a potential threat can get close enough to cause harm. Each sensor is capable of screening 3600 people per hour, and multiple sensors can be configured to meet the security requirement for any size venue. Fully automated, Optracon™ can operate indoors or outdoors, as a stand-alone solution or integrated into an existing security technology infrastructure, giving clear alerts to any detected concealed threat in time for responders to act effectively while not impeding access to the venue nor infringing personal privacy.

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Latest News

News

Radio Physics announces Mark Pritchard to move to Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Role

Ely, UK, 13 July 2020: Radio Physics today announces that Mark Pritchard takes up new

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Radio Physics launches new website

Ely, UK, 13 July 2020: Radio Physics today announces the launch of their new website,

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Radio Physics appoints Robin Piek

Ely, UK, 07 June 2020: Radio Physics today announces the appointment of Robin Piek. Robin

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