The Proposal of the Soft Targets Security
The proposal of the soft targets security contains with technical and management solutions. Management solution is based on legislative safety and security and organization management requirements. Technical solution is based on technical requirements of applied products (for example: detectors, sensors etc.) and interconnection requirements. The aim of the article is the description of the basic functional processes, which will be applied to the software architecture. The proposed solution could connect a methods, technical components and management procedures into system. The methodology exploits a lot of inputs for supporting the operating staffs in relation to smart and quickly reaction. At the end the article proposes software solution, which is realized by fuzzy logic.
KeywordsSecurity System Soft targets Safety Security
This project is realized as the research with doctoral student and it is the basic input for next research, which we will develop in next term. It was realized with support of the university. This work was supported by Internal Grant Agency of Tomas Bata University under the project No. IGA/FAI/2016/012.
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