Published on 4 April, 2013
|Senstar’s Intelli-Flex has met the UK’s CPNI grading while OmniTrax passed testing by the US Air Force
Senstar is pleased to share two major government approvals of their industry leading perimeter intrusion detection sensors; Senstar’s Intelli-Flex with the United Kingdom’s Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) and OmniTrax with the United States Air Force.
Senstar’s product Intelli-Flex, fence mounted perimeter intrusion detection sensor, has met the United Kingdom’s CPNI grading and will again be included in the Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE). Intelli-Flex was given approval by CSE under the previous name SEAP, this announcement is notice that CSE has reaffirmed approval, and Senstar is now eligible to announce approval under the new trademark.
By way of this approval, Intelli-Flex is “approved for UK Government Use, for details contact CPNI.”
“Senstar has a major focus on research and development, bringing new products to market regularly. This approval shows that the quality and effectiveness of Senstar’s products continue to meet the demands of the evolving security landscape,” said Mark Novak, Managing Director of Senstar Ltd.
CPNI is tasked with managing the protection of the UK's national infrastructure, which is defined by the Government as: “those facilities, systems, sites and networks necessary for the functioning of the country and the delivery of the essential services upon which daily life in the UK depends”.
Senstar has recently been given similar permission to announce positive results of product testing done by the United States Air Force.
Senstar’s product OmniTrax, covert buried cable intrusion detection sensor, has successfully passed both warm weather and cold weather testing by the US Air Force. Qualified organisations can obtain details of the testing and the results by contacting Electronic Systems Center, 642nd Electronic Systems Squadron (ELSS), Hanscom Air Force Base, MA, 01731, USA.
Senstar recognises the importance and validity of the testing done international government entities, such as CPNI and the Air Force and will strive to develop products with the desire to receive similar approvals and continue to protect assets worldwide.