On sites near Pozohondo and Alange 390 solar panels are protected and monitored by Geutebruck and Haverkamp security equipment integrated by Akera.
German-based Geutebruck announced this week that it recently teamed up with physical security company Haverkamp and systems integrator Akera Security to provide two solar power stations in Spain with a comprehensive security solution.
The two locations, which together contain nearly 400 solar panels, are protected by an intrusion detection system from Haverkamp, as well as Geutebruck surveillance cameras. Both companies solutions are tied into an integrated system by Akera, according to a statement issued by Geutebruck.
The companies also developed an interactive solution for the power stations, which allows the sites to be monitored from any remote location by security staff.