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Protecting and Securing Critical Infrastructure

The Problem

The threat to critical infrastructure (CI) is growing, and there is little doubt that effective CI security calls for a wide range of protective measures to deal with current and evolving security issues ranging from cyber attacks to terrorism and environmental challenges. Whether it’s to power and fuel, road, rail, air and sea distribution networks or water and agriculture, the challenge remains to maintain the safety of assets that are critical to society and the economy.

Responding to false alarms by sending manned response units, dog patrols, fire crews or unmanned drones, is a considerable drain on resources and may leave other areas vulnerable to threats.

The Solution

InDetect, our Intrusion Detection System protects critical infrastructure such as electricity substations, water reservoirs, diesel tanks, oil rigs, gas pipelines, container terminals and telecom towers by detecting interference with, or intrusion into, access points such as vertical doors, access doors and hatches, tank lids, covers and gates.

InDetect utilizes a range of commercially available, off-the-shelf sensors to detect and verify intrusions that are then transmitted to manned event logging Alarm Receiving Centers and mobile personnel. False alarms are minimised by incorporating multiple sensors and technology-based sequential verification that removes or reduces human operator fallibility in interpreting a potential alarm.

The unique wireless or wired design translates into a rapidly installed, low running cost, technically superior solution able to operate in the most hostile environments, including extreme temperatures and humidity.

InDetect in action


  • Detects tampering at access points – drilling, grinding, sawing
  • Distinguishes between threats and environmental conditions – heavy rain, hail, sandstorms etc.
  • No reliance on human interpretation to determine threat
  • Tested and approved by the UK and USA security services
  • Wireless technology eliminates expense of hard wiring
  • Easy installation on any access point


  • Eliminate costly false alarms
  • Manpower deployed only when needed
  • Reduced security costs
  • Rapid deployment with no down time

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Temperatures have ranged from –12ºC (10ºF) to 32ºC (90ºF), and the system experienced conditions ranging from snow and ice to blazing sunshine. The system has operated flawlessly.

Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County (MAWC)

The system successfully uses sophisticated software algorithms to eliminate unwanted false alarms potentially caused by inclement weather or normal unthreatening animal or human activity. It was also noted that no alarms were generated by vibration from freight trains operating on the nearby railway track throughout the trial.

Vitens Water

Jim Darroch
Jonathan Taylor
VP Customer Delivery


Jonathan is an engineer and project executive with a combined 15 years of experience in utility, manufacturing, deploying, and implementing solutions utility and heavy industrial sectors. He was previously with Osmose Utility Services and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, after starting his career within Aerospace and Pulp and Paper. Jonathan holds an Executive Leadership Certification and a BSME from the Georgia Tech, as well as an active Project Management Professional license from PMI.
Jim Darroch
Jens Sterum
VP Business Development



Jens has over three decades of experience in international business development, specializing in complex technology sales.  Spanning FMCG, logistics, security and utilities, his experience traverses EMEA, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas.  Prior to joining CNIguard in the USA, he served as MD for a specialized company in industrial automation, having secured and managed a highly successful telemetry framework for the largest water utility in the UK . Jens has a BS in International Economics from Duke University and MS in Management and Organizational Development from University of Aalborg, Denmark.
Jim Darroch
Jim Darroch
VP Software & Engineering


Jim is a software development executive with 30 years’ experience in designing software and data solutions for Data/Telecoms, Industrial and IoT markets – with an emphasis on reliability, high availability, safety, and security. He has experience in building and leading software teams on a global scale for multiple large corporations (notably HP, Emerson and Honeywell) as well as several small/start-ups; establishing teams to quickly deliver innovative Software solutions.  Jim holds a B.Sc. with First Class Honours in Computer Science from Strathclyde University.
Stephen Rose
Stephen Rose
Chief Financial Officer


30 years qualified accountant with industry based board level experience in the UK, Europe and China. Stephen is a commercially focused accountant having been group financial director for Eaglemoss Publications, an international publishing group for over 20 years. Other roles include management accountant for Porcelanosa and a consultancy role for fashion group, Jumper Retail.
Chris Quire
Chris Quire
Chief Executive Officer


Chris is an engineer and technology executive with over 30 years of global experience in designing, manufacturing, deploying, and supporting wireless solutions in the utility and consumer electronics sectors. He was previously with Landis+Gyr and Comverge, after starting his career with Panasonic. Chris holds a MBA from Georgia State and a BEE from the Georgia Tech, as well as two patents.
Dr. Edward Klinger
Dr. Edward Klinger
Founder & Chief Strategy Officer


Edward is an engineer with 35 years experience in creating, building and running global technology companies. He is founder of CNIguard which manufactures ruggedized sensoring systems for critical infrastructure including water, electricity, transport, oil & gas, and defense sectors. Previously he was with PwC, Perot Systems, and Pratt & Whitney, and an Adjunct Professor at McGill University. Edward holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from McGill and an MBA from Wharton.

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