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Human Detector Flex is a modular electronic security system specially designed for use in museums, exhibitions and private collections. It is quickly installed, can be maintained by building technicians, and the alarm sensors operate completely independently of the power grid thanks to battery and radio operation.

The extremely high radio range (even inside buildings), the long battery life of up to 10 years and the various sensor functions make the Human Detector Flex technology an ideal system for the protection of art and cultural assets. But also the protection of technical devices and safes is possible without restrictions.

Protection of:

Showcases and display cabinetsShowcases and display cabinets

Electronic security of showcases display cabinets is one of the most common tasks in a museum. Due to the different types of showcases and security levels, different approaches are useful. Despite the good mechanical protection of the display case, electronic security is advisable. This allows attacks and manipulations to be detected at an early stage.


In modern exhibition scenography more and more open pedestals are used. The desire is to have no disturbing elements between the visitor and exhibit. To provide the necessary safety, largely invisible safety devices are required. These must be variably usable.

Sculptures, statues and bustsSculptures, statues and busts

Electronic protection of statues, sculptures and busts covers a very wide range. Basically, they differ greatly in the choice of material and size. The modern Human Detector Flex technology offers various components that are suitable for the different tasks.

Pictures and paintingsPictures and paintings

By far the highest security expenditure in museums is spent on the protection of pictures and paintings. This can range from the protection of individual paintings to the protection of gallery walls. If you consider the insurance values of paintings and put them in relation to the freely accessible presentation of the objects, you understand that additional security is necessary.

Wall reliefsWall reliefs

Wall reliefs can be compared with paintings and pictures. However, they often differ in the choice of material and geometric depth. Wall reliefs are very common in sacred art and larger installations.

Dioramas and 3D modelsDioramas and 3D models

Dioramas can still be found in natural history and technology museums. The heyday of dioramas was in the 19th century. Dioramas are closely related to 3D models. In addition to the actual model, they usually represent the environment. Due to the different sizes - from under one meter to room-filling installations - different securing components are useful.

Art and room installationsArt and room installations

Art and room installations are often found in modern art. A precise classification is difficult. However, they have in common that they usually do not use limiting elements such as pedestals, barriers and the corresponding equipment. This demands more from the safety technology and its largely invisible installation.


Figurines are used in many museums. They support by their pictorial representation or serve for the presentation of dresses and uniforms. Free standing figurines tempt visitors to stand next to them to take pictures. This bad habit often leads to damage of the figurines.

Porcelain, earthenware, cups and trophiesPorcelain, earthenware, cups and trophies

Porcelain, earthenware, cups and trophies are understood to be various small items. Here, we are not talking about the individual securing of high-value exhibits. Rather, it is a matter of efficiently securing a large number of exhibits such as those found in castles and in aristocratic houses. Historic buildings place increased demands on security technology and its installation.

Historical buildings and their furnitureHistorical buildings and their furniture

More and more noble houses, castles and palaces are opened for public viewing. The presentation of historical furniture is therefore not limited to museums. The furniture present in historical buildings must be protected against unwanted use and vandalism. Here it is important to achieve a fast intelligent alarm system. Due to the complex and often large buildings, it is difficult to deploy sufficient security personnel.

Taxidermy specimensTaxidermy specimens

A large number of taxidermy specimens are displayed in natural history museums. A taxidermized elephant is just as imaginable as a small fly. Since the surface is often organic and natural material (fur, scale-studded skin, etc.) touching the animal exhibits is always critical. Modern security technology helps to detect attacks on these exhibits at an early stage.

Technical exhibits and machinesTechnical exhibits and machines

Technical machines and exhibits are shown in many museums. Here they can be shown without function or in use. The variety of technical machines is great. Depending on the time of operation, different materials were used for the construction of the machines. Thus, metallic materials have gained in importance over the centuries and are by far the most commonly used today. Modern safety technology must be able to secure exhibits from all eras.

Vehicles, automobiles and motorcyclesVehicles, automobiles and motorcycles

Vehicles of all kinds can be secured quickly and easily with the Human Detector Flex technology. Depending on the material of the vehicle, different securing techniques are used. Human Detector technology is the world leader in securing vehicles in exhibitions.

Safes and cabinets for dangerous goodsSafes and cabinets for dangerous goods

Safes and hazardous goods cabinets are constructions made of metal. They offer a high level of protection for their contents. The Human Detector Flex technology provides protection at various levels and helps to detect attacks and tampering at an early stage.


Securing jewelry requires different strategies. A distinction must be made as to whether the jewelry is freely accessible, displayed in showcases or, for example, in shop windows. Depending on the situation, different Human Detector Flex sensors are used for protection.

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