Protecting our power grid in a rising threat environment from both state and non-state actors is critical to our way of life. Proper assessment, design, and response are now paramount.

Securing our critical infrastructure.

The energy industry is constantly under pressure from evolving markets, regulations, and dynamic threats. Assuring operational resilience and maintaining safety and security, while remaining cost-effective is critical. ARES’ solutions for improving assessment, design, and response of high voltage substations have resulted in not only improved response but significant design cost savings.

ARES continues to innovate through close relationships with both US and Canadian National Laboratories to create next generation solutions for integrated Risk-Based Assessment and Operational PRA, automated regional response, and sensor management as well as solutions for the use of advanced robotics for perimeter detection, inspection, and operational maintenance.




Utilize 3D modeling and simulations to save money on mandatory assessments and security system design.


Integrates systems and partners for a collaborative Security Operations and Incident Management Intelligence platform.


Allows the use of advanced Robotics solutions and AI for improved remote site response, inspection, and automation.




Learn more about how ARES designs and secures a safer future.


ARES Security Corporation Awarded $200K DOE SBIR Phase 1 Grant to Investigate the Use of Robotic Technology for Security Applications at Advanced and Small Nuclear Reactors (A/SNRS)


ARES Security Corporation Awarded $1.1M DOE SBIR Phase 2 Grant

Hanford's Dog

Hanford’s Robotic ‘Dog’ Could Reduce Risk, Further Improve Worker Safety

“The ARES/AVERT® model, in conjunction with the traditional data gathered through the Performance Evaluation Program as well as historical Force on Force, allowed the management team to confidently make the strategy change and the 10CFR 50.54(P) submittal decision that the reduction of 11 security posts, or 50 Full Time Employees presented no diminishment of effectiveness. This reduction of posts accounts for a monetary savings of approximately 7.1 million dollars annually and is reflected in the formula below:

11 security posts $600,000/post = $6.6 million.

6 Oversight positions = $550,000.

Reference: “Computer Modeling’s Ability to Gain Efficiencies”, by John Peacock (PSEG Nuclear) as published in Nuclear Plant Journal, September-October 2018, Volume 36 No. 5

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