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Senstar Symphony VMS and video analytics solution ensures enhanced security of Ferretería Ochoa retail chain

Senstar, global provider of video management solutions and perimeter intrusion detection systems, has published a case study detailing how its Senstar Symphony video management system (VMS) and video analytics are helping Ferretería Ochoa secure spaces and gather business intelligence. Senstar Symphony VMS Ferretería Ochoa is a hardware and home improvement retail chain that has been operating in the Dominican Republic for over 45 years. Symphony was first installed at one of its...

Senstar to exhibit access control and intrusion detection solutions at ISC West 2019

Senstar, global company that offers perimeter protection and VMS solutions, is slated to showcase latest access control and intrusion detection solutions, including next-gen Senstar Symphony Access Control (AC) and the FiberPatrol FP400 zone-based intrusion detection systems for fence applications at ISC West 2019. Symphony AC access control Symphony AC is an open software solution designed to support the industry’s most trusted brands of access control and intrusion hardware. Available...

Senstar Symphony obtains Lenel Factory Certification under OpenAccess Alliance Program

Senstar announced that Senstar Symphony (formerly Aimetis Symphony) has received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Senstar Symphony interfaces with the OnGuard access control system, providing customers with an enhanced platform for security monitoring. Access control verification “Senstar has completed required factory testing at Lenel to validate the functionality of its interface to the OnGuard system. Symphony allows users to verify...

Senstar introduces Fabien Haubert as Vice President Sales of EMEA Region

Senstar is pleased to introduce Fabien Haubert as Vice President, Sales – EMEA Region. Mr. Haubert, based in Paris, France, has assumed direct responsibility for Senstar’s European offices in Broadway, UK; Hanau, Germany; and Ravensburg, Germany; as well as for operations in the Middle East. He is tasked with leading Senstar’s strategic growth plan for the EMEA region. “I am extremely excited to join the Senstar team. Senstar’s global track record in perimeter intr...

US Air Force adds Flexzone Ranging intrusion detection sensor to Approved Equipment List

Senstar has announced that FlexZone, its newest generation ranging fence-mounted intrusion detection sensor, has been certified to protect critical assets at U.S. Air Force (USAF) bases worldwide. FlexZone joins a number of other Senstar products on the USAF’s Approved Equipment List (AEL), including the OmniTrax buried intrusion detection sensor and the UltraWave microwave intrusion detection sensor. “To be added to the AEL, FlexZone underwent exhaustive qualification, testing and...

Low-key ASIS 2016 reflects changes in the security industry

I have been unpacking from last week’s ASIS show in Orlando. It was a good show, except if you compare it to last spring’s ISC West in Las Vegas, which was especially well attended and generated a lot of excitement in the market. ASIS was definitely smaller, lower key and less crowded. And there were no big product announcements. But there was still plenty of technology on display. In particular, I saw the show reflecting several ongoing trends in the market. Impact of M&As Me...

Qognify successfully integrates Situator with Senstar’s FiberPatrol-PR for North American utility company

When an intrusion is detected, FiberPatrol-PR creates alerts in Situator, providing situational awareness Qognify, formerly NICE Security, today announced the successful integration of their leading PSIM and Situation Management solution, Situator, with Senstar’s fence-mounted fibre optic perimeter intrusion detection system, FiberPatrol-PR. The integration and joint solution was initiated on behalf of a major utility company in North America in order to enable them to m...

2015 sees rise of drone detection systems and the convergence of physical and cyber security

Physical and cyber security convergence, perimeter intrusion detection systems and fibre optic-based sensors were some of the security trends that picked up pace in 2015 and will continue to grow in the coming year as well. The beginning of 2015 started out slowly as the implementation of security projects by a number of organisations was postponed for various reasons. Mid-year picked up momentum, and the year is ending on a strong note. A significant trend was the gradual progression of conve...

Senstar delivers integrated perimeter intrusion detection systems for two security prisons in Latin America

The projects total more than USD 2.4 million for Senstar's Latin American subsidiary Senstar Corporation recently announced that it has begun delivery of integrated perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) for two high security prisons in Latin America. The projects total more than $2.4 million USD for Senstar’s Latin American subsidiary, and follow the March 5th announcement of two additional high security prison projects in Latin America of similar value. The core...

Senstar’s µltraWave perimeter system installed for the first time in Europe

µltraWave is Senstar's newest generation of volumetric microwave perimeter intrusion detection system Senstar’s latest product launch, µltraWave, the most advanced digital microwave perimeter intrusion detection system (PIDS) on the market, has been installed for the first time in Europe, at a prison in Denmark.  When asked about the decision to use the µltraWave, versus older technologies, Mr. Hansen, CEO of Sikom, the main contractor for the sec...

Senstar’s OmniTrax wildlife detection system to alert motorists now deployed by CDOT

 The sensor detects large animals and locates the position of the intrusion within three feetThe Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has put into operation and continues to test the first-in-the-USA intrusion detection system that alerts drivers in real time of wildlife on highways that cause risk to motorists. The system should replace the existing, widely used, but ineffective method of static signs that inform drivers of the potential wildlife "statistic" risk, ra...

Senstar welcomes new President and Executive Director for US operation

Mr. James Quick, is the new President at Senstar Corporation Senstar Inc., a world leader in outdoor perimeter security technology and products, is pleased to welcome two new senior executives to Senstar Inc.'s US operation, including Mr. James Quick, as President and Mr. Kenneth Ribler, Executive Director. Mr. Quick is an accomplished security professional who brings a background of more than eighteen years in the security industry to the company. For the past seven years, he has served...