Increasing the degree of security of the intrusion detection sensors
In August 2021, Order INT/316/2011 will enter into force, which establishes a series of standars to regulate the technical characteristics of the elements that make up the intrusion and burglary alarm systems (I&HAS). It estabishes four degrees of security.
Grade 4, considered high risk, reserved for so-called critical infrastructures, must be fulfilled by all components of a grade 4 alarm system. There are Grade 4 control units, but there are no Grade 4 sensors on the market.
The Intrusion-G4 project seeks new technologies to overcome the challenge of increasing the degree of security of the intrusion detection sensors currently available on the market. For this, PIR/microwave technological redundancy, electronic smart systems and visual computing will be used.
- Expand knowledge of the critical infrastructure intrusion ecosystem.
- Obtain an operational prototype of a sensor for intrusion detection that improves the performance of the equipment available on the market, and that meets the characteristics to be a Grade 4 intrusion detector sensor.
- Merge the Grade 4 intrusion sensor with the Grade 4+ switchboard.
- Develop Machine Learning techniques based on machine learning to improve the detection of intrusion and sabotage of detection systems.
- Analysis of vulnerabilities in the security and resilience of critical infrastructures.
- Design and development of an intelligent G4 intrusion sensor based on optical technologies.
- Integral fusion of switchboard and grade 4 intrusion sensor.
- Demonstrator in real environment of the solution.
- Vulnerabilities in the security and the resilience of critical infrastructures and new models of technological crime in intrusion G4.
- Smart Grade 4 intrsuion sensor prototype.
- G4 intrusion ecosystem, which integrates control unit and intrusion sensor.
- Demonstration of the comprehensive solution ina real environment.
Collaboration Challenges 2019
CARTIF Total Budget: 221,098.90 €
Grant CARTIF: 169,385 €
Duration: January 2020- December 2021
Roberto Medina Aparicio
Industrial and Digital Systems Division
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