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Adam Bannister was Editor of IFSEC Global from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam is also a former Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
March 19, 2019

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The 2022 State of Physical Access Control Report

InnoSenT’s new radar systems cut false alarms and simplify integration with Smart Tracker

InnoSenT has launched two radar systems that track moving objects within a detection area of up to up to 29.500m².

Used in concert with security cameras, the iSYS-5011 and iSYS 5021 radar systems can slash the number of disruptive false alarms.

The duo join the iSYS-5010 and 5020 ranges.


Designed for surveillance of large outdoor areas with performance uncompromised by a range of weather conditions.


  • Tracks moving objects within detection area of up to 29.500m²
  • Works in combination with surveillance cameras to reduce false alarms
  • Tracking function targets camera’s field of view when a person enters alarm area, triggering lights or alarm systems. InnoSenT says such functionality was hitherto much more complicated to achieve
  • Smart Tracker combines radar detections with tracked data (tracks) and allows anonymous monitoring of relevant events
  • Tracks continue being recorded even if a person stops moving briefly, changes postures or starts crawling
  • Visualisation delivers information on movement behaviour of up to 20 persons simultaneously
  • Intelligent classification system reliably distinguishes between persons and vehicles and identifies and ignores static objects or trees moving in the wind
  • Users can individually define alarm and ignore zones
  • Accessible to customers with no or scant signal processing expertise, claims InnoSenT
  • InnoSenT says Smart Tracker simplifies system integration by allowing customers to test radar system in conjunction with their existing products and software through an evaluation kit equipped with the InnoSenT GUI

About InnoSenT GmbH

Founded in 1999 InnoSenT GmbH is a world leader in radar technology. The company, which is based in Donnersdorf, Bavaria, develops radar systems for industrial, automotive and security applications, among others, and also provides electronics manufacturing services.

InnoSenT is exhibiting at IFSEC International 2019, Europe’s leading integrated security event, taking place 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London (stand IF1624). Book your free ticket now.

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