Vehicular attacks are quickly becoming a real and regular threat. According to a 2018 San Jose State University study, the number of events involving this method of assault has skyrocketed worldwide in recent years.
Many types of facilities can benefit from the added security that a guard booth provides, and a rounded model offers even more advantages. Protecting a building from unwanted visitors starts by securing the entry point. The flexibility of this choice makes it easier to lay out your entry area for maximum efficiency.
The stopping capabilities of beam barricades are set forth in several crash rating standards. These classifications can guide the selection of the right high security beam barrier for any location. Delta Scientific will assist you to determine the best beam barricade solution.
The wedge barricades manufactured by Delta Scientific Corporation are perfectly suited for tight spaces that require rapid emergency defense operation capable of stopping and destroying attacking vehicles.
Portable and permanent barriers, such as security bollards and vehicle barricades, provide effective security, but not every barrier is appropriate for every situation. Delta Scientific provides some suggestions to help you decide whether you need a permanent or a portable barrier.
Securing your corporate headquarters is extremely important. The sad truth is that any organization is constantly at risk of terrorism from a disgruntled employee, an angry customer, or extremist activists. Thankfully, steps can be taken to prevent loss of lives and property caused by both incidental and intentional vehicular incidents. Delta Scientific Corp. produces, installs, and maintains high-quality barrier systems trusted by major corporations and government facilities all over the world.
New steel barricades by Delta Scientific are being installed at the Festival of the Arts in Fremont to prevent a terror attack like the recent ones in Europe. Maria Medina reports. (8-4-17)
The London terror attack puts new focus on the use of vehicles as deadly weapons. In the past year, vehicle attacks in Ohio, Germany and France have killed and injured dozens of people. Don Dahler reports on some of the counter measures that are being provided by Delta Scientific.