Join Southwest Microwave at the Security Technology Forum in Crystal City, VA

Join Southwest Microwave at the Security Technology Forum in Crystal City, VA on October 17-18 to learn why government, military, and industrial sites worldwide rely on Southwest Microwave outdoor fence, buried cable and microwave intrusion detection technologies to protect critical infrastructure, assets and personnel.

Our team is well-versed in the design of optimal perimeter fortification systems for new installations, site upgrades and expansions. These solutions seamlessly integrate with third-party alarm monitoring systems, CCTV and other perimeter security technologies.

To optimize your security program strategy, add the Site Assessments from Curb to Core presentation to your calendar on Wednesday, October 18th 9:30 am. During this informative panel discussion, Jeff Drews of Southwest Microwave and Anthony Crawford of Bosch Security and Safety Systems will discuss device placement, cost analysis, implementing new technology versus conventional solutions, modernization/AI, force multiplication, sensor versus human, ASIS standards and, best practices.

Should you wish to schedule a meeting to discuss your perimeter security project requirements or learn more about our range of field-proven detection systems, feel free to contact us in the coming days.

We look forward to seeing you at the event.

Featured Technology

MicroPoint on Fence at Nuclear Facility


This unique technology reliably discriminates between intrusion attacks and harmless fence noise, preventing the nuisance alarms that plague other sensors:

  • Precise detection of cut or climb attempts to within 1m while ignoring harmless environmental disturbances, such as wind, rain or vehicle traffic
  • Patented Sensitivity Leveling calibration process delivers uniform detection sensitivity, regardless of variations in fence fabric or tension
  • Assignment of detection zones in system software anywhere along the fence line, minimizing hardware costs and maximizing design flexibility

Digital Microwave Transceivers

Discover Our New Model 390 and Model 395 Transceivers

Offering both Power-over-Ethernet and DC wiring options, these highly adaptable detection solutions provide several unique performance benefits:

  • Prevent alarms caused by moving objects beyond a pre-selected range
  • Ignore harmless environmental disturbances caused by close-range objects
  • Flexible alarm monitoring options via Form C relays, INTREPID POE controller or third-party HLI

Not attending the show? Complete our Site Estimating Form for a complimentary system design and project estimate.

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