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The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced a project to procure and deploy an Integrated Perimeter Security System (IPSS) for 30 of its airbases across India. This initiative aims to significantly enhance the security and intrusion detection capabilities of these critical installations.

The IAF seeks vendors capable of supplying, installing, integrating, and commissioning (SITIC) all necessary equipment and subsystems for the IPSS. The desired system will provide a composite surveillance picture with integrated video analytics to generate real-time decision-making solutions for security personnel.

Security Layers:

The IPSS will utilize a multi-layered security approach, employing a combination of five sensor layers for comprehensive intrusion detection:

Layer 1: Electrical Smart Power Fence (ESPF) for initial perimeter detection.
Layer 2: CCTV cameras (visible and near-infrared) with IR illuminators, video analytics, and automatic intrusion detection capabilities.
Layer 3: Radars for long-range intrusion detection.
Layer 4: Underground Vibration Detection System (UVDS) with dedicated Optical Fibre Cable (OFC) for detecting underground activity.
Layer 5: Dual PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) cameras with both thermal and visible imaging capabilities for detailed monitoring.

The RFI also mentions the possibility of including Mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for aerial surveillance within the base perimeter during security threats or intrusions. These UAVs would be centrally controlled for launch and recovery.

The IAF anticipates securing an average perimeter length of approximately 12 kilometres for each of the 30 airbases. A central Command and Control Station will be strategically positioned within each base to manage and monitor the entire security network.

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