American Integrated Security Group (AISG) installed an integrated security platform at Tranquility Solar Generating facility in Fresno, Calif. The AISG Critical Infrastructure group is now moved on to Garland Solar Farm, Mojave, Calif., the second solar site recently awarded AISG by Signal Energy, where work gets underway on a huge-scale security project.
Signal Energy chooses AISG based on experience in large integrated perimeter intrusion detection, as well as the company’s highly praised reputation in alternative energy as a leader in integrated security. Foremost is AISG’s ability to provide a cost effective and turnkey security platform that eliminates the typical scope gaps associated with traditional security systems.
“The Tranquility install is now completed and Signal Energy is very pleased with the outcome but equally excited for the Garland Solar Generating facility to be completely secured,” said AISG President, Levy Acs.
“AISG has provided security for alternative energy sites totaling in excess of 3 Giga Watts,” said AISG Director of Sales, Critical Infrastructure, Michael Bennett. “Our system is completely off the grid, self-sufficient. Both communication and power are all provided at the edge eliminating trenching or third parties to complete.”
From a design perspective, AISG offers a more efficient solution with comprehensive security. By integrating best of breed technologies, AISG actually reduces total cost of ownership for Signal Energy.
Spanning thousands of acres and over 100,000 linear feet of fence each, Tranquility and Garland rank among the largest solar production facilities in the world. AISG incorporates technologies from Davantis, Flir, Axis Communications, Wavestore, Aiphone and Avigilon to create a seamless and comprehensive security platform guaranteeing uninterrupted power production.
AISG also announces being awarded the Roserock production facility by McCarthy Builders, the company’s first solar project in Texas. This facility is equal in size and expects to be secured and energized by August 2016.
— Solar Builder magazine