Often the barriers used to secure temporary events depend on complex, logistical requirements involving multiple transporting vehicles for both the temporary barriers and the substance to fill the barriers. Road closures are also more often than not enforced earlier than necessary due to the barriers logistical implications and cranes are needed to put the barriers into position.
The market required a more flexible, temporary high-security solution to be deployed faster and more easily. In response, ATG has designed a small range of effective temporary security barriers. These products can be installed quickly, are easy to transport and implement due to being lightweight in comparison to traditional measures.
These temporary solutions can be stored for future events after initial use providing that the barriers have not been impacted. Impact tested barriers can be used when a temporary event brings a high threat of terrorism which does not normally exist in the region or country in question.
For instance, temporary high-security measures were used to secure many of the remote Olympic 2012 sites across the UK. Barriers are also deployed to protect buildings being used in political conferences and royal visits. Temporary security measures can be static or dynamic.