You may think that securing a perimeter is simply a matter of putting up a fence and letting it be. Not so, notes the Advanced Perimeter Systems blog. It depends on the perimeter in question and what’s inside it.
Here, for example, are three perimeter settings – an international airport, the Great Pyramids of Giza and a parrot cage at the Edinburgh Zoo. (People aim to steal the rare birds.)
Each site is unique to its own setting, extent and value. Perimeter protection planning – “PPP” – needs to be done sensitively in accord with the site involved.