Critical Infrastructure is a term used by governments to define facilities, services and assets which, if disrupted or destroyed, would have a serious impact socially, economically, politically, on national or international security. For this reason, access to these places must be controlled. Critical Infrastructures must have controlled access and are locations such as: government buildings, courts, banks, assemblies, districts (judges), embassies and international organizations.
CMH Security Systems customizes its detection software equipment according to the type of imminent threat that may occur at this location.
The inspection can be performed on packages, baggage, cargo and people efficiently and non-invasively. The customized solution is designed to meet the various demands of inspection and security, enabling the integration of several buildings to a single central monitoring system, reducing the need for 24-hour human monitoring.