[K-Safety 2019 Preview] Cybarrier to introduce Prospike, an innovative escape vehicle stopping system
[ Jane Lee 2019-09-27 ]  

Cybarrier will be showcasing its portable automatic escape vehicle stopping system at 2019 Korea Innovative Safety and Security Expo held in KINTEX 1 on Sep. 25-27.

Prospike, a remote control escape vehicle stopping device, literally stops the vehicle from escaping.

It is always carried in the trunk of the vehicle, and it can be immediately taken out at the designated position of the approaching vehicle or the predicted route of the escaping vehicle and installed in 5 seconds. After activating Prospike with the remote control, the chased vehicles are blocked by the Prospike being folded.

It can be remote controlled up to 100m and can be folded and unfolded within three seconds so that only the escaped vehicle can be stopped. Access control of major entrances can be done by interlocking with CCTV or vehicle access control system by using CPU. This product can be fixed and installed at the vehicle entrance of public offices or major facilities, and because it is not large, it can be installed and uninstalled easily at temporary traffic control, checkpoints, and drunk driving control points.

The iron nail that gets stuck on the wheels of the vehicle is specially designed to let the air out gradually to prevent accidents or sudden skidding, instead of punking the tire instantaneously.

Despite the short business experience, Cybarrier is working on vehicle protection equipment and control system implementation projects from Cheongwadae, the Bank of Korea, and national and private sectors with the experience of supplying and installing vehicle rush protection equipment and control system in US military bases in Korea.

In addition to the vehicle stop system products, Cybarrier will also introduce various vehicle rush/block protection equipment.

Modular low-depth fixed bollards and automatic bollards are also displayed on site to ensure protection without digging deep into the road. Cybarrier is also developing mobile delta barricades, new LED information display barricades, and manual bollards based on its own design and using them for development, installation, and training.

In addition, it is working on anti-terror vehicle rush protection equipment such as bollards, sliding gates and roadblocks, vehicle undercarriage detection system, barrier detection system, dangerous item detection system, vehicle height detection sensor, control system, and alarm system.

The 5th Korea Innovative Safety and Security Expo was hosted by MOIS, MOTIE and Gyeonggi-do, and organized by KINTEX and KOTRA. It is supported by MSIT, MOLIT, MND, MAFRA, Korea Forest Service, National Fire Agency, Public Procurement Service, Korea Commission for Corporate Partnership, KEPCO, Korail, KESCO, EBS, KFI, KEITI, KISTI, ETRI, KOELSA, MIRECO, KOEN and KOMIPO. The main programs are as follows. △ Exhibition △ Conference △ Export Consultation △ Investment Promotion Session △ Safety Experience Village △ Award Ceremony

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