Invisible Burglars and Anti-Cloak Technology

invisible burglarsWhile the subject of home security and combating invisible burglars may sound like the plot of a campy science fiction movie, it isn’t. This is because very savvy criminals know how to make themselves invisible or, in better words, circumvent certain types of sensors by camouflaging or “cloaking” themselves in such a way that their radiation is not picked up by these sensors. Rest assured, however, that a number of DIY home security devices are offered with the right technology to combat against these so-called invisible burglars.

Not Your Average Criminals

Burglars who intentionally camouflage themselves so as not to be detected by security devices are not of the everyday variety. As we’ve informed many times before, the average intruder is not terribly sophisticated and many are in the business simply to support a lazy lifestyle, a drug habit or they are part of a street gang or just looking for a quick score for any number of other reasons (including all of the above). This is not to suggest that these ne’er do wells are not dangerous or that homeowners do not have to give much thought to outwitting them, but rather we mean to highlight the fact that most don’t go to great lengths to learn how to bypass strong security systems.

On the other hand, criminals specializing in high-priced burglaries– that is break-ins that will net significant gains such as priceless artwork, expensive gems and rare collectibles are of a different ilk. Some are not average thieves at all, in fact, but specialize in kidnapping wealthy, high profile individuals or worse. These criminals tend to take a considerably more focused approach to learning their craft. They carefully plot their approaches and eventually learn how to circumvent even the most complicated and robust security systems. It is these types who are most likely to go to great lengths to disguise their bodies in such a way that their presence neither registers on nor triggers a home security alarm.

Anti-Cloak Technology

There is a solution to stop these types of criminals, however. Known as anti-cloak technology (ACT), home security manufacturers have designed dual technology devices, which make it nearly impossible for an intruder to go undetected. Take, for example, the DIY home security solution provided by RISCO Group which is also featured in our main store. This sensor features an incredible range of up to 28 by 60 feet and automatically switches between passive infrared and microwave technologies whenever it senses that someone is attempting to mask radiation in order to bypass a security system.

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