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Senstar opens software development branch in Romania

March 9, 2022SSN Staff

OTTAWA, Canada—Senstar, a world leader in video management solutions and perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS), announced it has opened a software development branch in Timisoara, Romania. A team of highly skilled developers and quality assurance specialists will focus on advancing Senstar’s software solution portfolio. “The addition of new talent and perspectives in Europe will help strengthen the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform with Sensor...

Bogdan Moldovean, Senstar

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Senstar announces new Sensor Fusion Engine

September 28, 2021SSN Staff

ORLANDO, Fla.—Senstar, a leader in video management and perimeter intrusion detection solutions, announced at GSX here this week that its new sensor fusion engine which synthesizes data from multiple sensors to generate actionable information. “The concept of sensor fusion is not new, but we have taken it beyond simple Boolean logic integration to develop an engine that analyzes real-time data alongside historical, locational, environmental, and classification data before generating...

Global Security Exchange (GSX), Senstar

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Magal S3 acquires global software company Aimetis Corp.

April 12, 2016SSN Staff

YEHUD, Israel—Magal Security Systems, Ltd., located here, announced that Senstar, its fully owned subsidiary based in Canada, acquired Aimetis for an enterprise value of approximately $14 million.Aimetis, a Canadian-based company headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, is a global company specializing in intelligent IP video management software (VMS), and was recently recognized by Deloitte, a consulting and accounting firm, as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America.“Aimetis'...

Aimetis, Brian Rich, Magal Security Systems, Marc Holtenhoff, Saar Koursh, Senstar

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Corrections gradually embraces innovation in access control

June 20, 2012David McNabb

Biometrics, hand-held alarms, more reliable perimeter detection and other advanced technologies for protecting, identifying and tracking humans are finding their way into North America's prisons, jails and detention centers despite the corrections industry's reputation for foot-dragging when it comes to embracing cutting-edge security.“Corrections is not exactly a leader” in adopting the latest innovation, said Martha Lee, vice president of sales at Ottawa-based Senstar, a global player...

ASTM, Brian Mikiten, corrections, Ian Francisco, Jerry Forstater, Keith Simpson, Martha Lee, Professional Systems Engineering, Secure Control Systems, Security Systems News (SSN), Senstar

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