- Hostile Vehicle Mitigation
- Perimeter Protection
ATG Access designs, manufactures, installs and services intelligent, physical security solutions to protect critical national infrastructure and sensitive sites around the world from hostile vehicle or vehicle as a weapon terrorism.
We have been designing, testing, and manufacturing physical security products for over 30 years. In that time, we have protected everything from airports to palaces, in over 40 countries around the world.
ATG have protected some of the most iconic critical national infrastructure around the world including Dubai Airport, Sydney Opera House, King’s Palace Kuala Lumpur, LAX Airport, Royal Palace Norway, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Bridge, and multiple high-profile, international stadiums to name just a few.
North Florida Road,
Haydock Industrial Estate
The Challenge: Securing a high-traffic pedestrian shopping hub in one of the world’s busiest airports from hostile vehicle attacks.
The Objective: Installing protection for visitors across the site at the entry points for three terminals, without disrupting airport activity.
The Challenge: Improving perimeter security at a high-risk grade I listed building at the heart of London.
The Objective: Meeting a range of structural requirements and architectural guidelines without impacting the crash-rating of the perimeter security solutions.
The Challenge: Upgrading pedestrian security of the Jumeirah Boardwalk, a top tourist spot in one of Dubai’s most prestigious locations.
The Objective: To provide a high level of crash-rated protection to keep visitors safe from hostile vehicles, and had to be installed quickly, without disruption.
The exploitation of the Internet for radicalisation and research means that many abhorrent hostile vehicle terror attacks now originate in the digital realm.
Awareness of the vehicle as a weapon risk has never been greater. Especially within temporary security schemes, which are back in full swing with demand increasing following changes in events and consumer behaviour following the pandemic.