Teledyne FLIR and Magos Systems announce their technology partnership to introduce an innovative end-to-end Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS). Together, they unveil the integration with Teledyne FLIR’s cutting-edge thermal security cameras and Magos’ top-tier radar technology and AI software capabilities. This powerful fusion creates a comprehensive system for detecting, classifying, and tracking potential threats under any weather and lighting conditions, even in complex and cluttered environments.
Magos announce a technology partnership with Netwatch North America, the leader in proactive video monitoring solutions, to bring actionable intelligence when deploying a radar detection system. By combining Magos radars with Netwatch’s proactive video monitoring solution, security leaders realize enhanced visibility and informed response. AI-filtered alerts supported by Netwatch’s highly trained operators result in reduced false alarms.
Magos Systems has partnered with robotic aerial security company Nightingale Security to provide an innovative, fully-autonomous radar-activated drone solution for perimeter security. The solution combines Magos ground-based radar detection and classification with the Blackbird autonomous drone from Nightingale that can independently respond to an event, acting as a force multiplier for human guard forces. Magos radars work in conjunction with PTZ cameras and the Magos MASS+AI software to classify targets as wildlife, vehicles, persons, etc. to reduce nuisance alarms and categorize potential threats.
Magos Systems is introducing new features to reduce false alarms at the perimeter and help to streamline security operations at a variety of different types of sites. The introduction of Blue Force GPS and speed and direction-based filtering to the Magos perimeter detection solution provides facilities with increased situational awareness of their site while reducing nuisance alarms that add to the operator’s information overload and distract them from responding to actual events.
Magos Systems has introduced the SR-150 radar, a new radar that is ideal for smaller sites looking to implement enhanced radar detection and larger locations that need to fill a gap to address a dead zone in their perimeter protection.
Magos Systems has introduced the SR-150 radar, a new radar that is ideal for smaller sites looking to implement enhanced radar detection and larger locations that need to fill a gap to address a dead zone in their perimeter protection. The small form SR-150 is an important addition to Magos Systems portfolio of ground based radar detection systems. Built with the same high standards as its other, longer range models, the SR-150 is a cost-effective solution that provides 150 meters of coverage, including up to 30 degrees of elevation coverage and 120 degrees of azimuth coverage. Using C-band frequency, the radar consumes less power than other radar detection technology and combines superior range resolution (less than 1 meter) and an angle resolution lower than 0.7° allowing for near perfect detection of threats in the most challenging cluttered and weather environments.
PSA announced its partnership with Magos Systems, a provider who is reinventing radar. Magos was established in 2008 to realize its co-founders’ vision of bringing advanced radar technology into the security and perimeter protection markets. Magos’ radars have the best-in-class resolution and coverage, offering supreme detection under all weather and lighting conditions even in highly challenging, cluttered environments. Relying on cutting-edge radar technologies such as MIMO, digital beamforming and an unrivalled number of channels, Magos’ radars achieve perfect detection performance for all types of threats.
Magos Systems announced that it is expanding into the North American market with veteran security executive, Yaron Zussman as general manager. Founded in 2007 in Israel, Magos first specialized in advanced radar solutions for the military and defence markets. In 2015, Magos’ technology was declassified, allowing the company to focus on developing best-in-class systems for the commercial security market.
Magos Systems to introduce its ground-breaking drone detection radar system, revolutionizing the drone detection and protection market with a cost-effective and highly accurate AI-powered drone detection solution. Debuting at the 2023 Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Dallas, Sept 11-13, at booth 4273, the AR-300 Drone Detection Radar from Magos Systems provides a 24/7 holistic approach to countering the threat of drones by encompassing detection, classification, locating, tracking, and instant alerting.
PureTech is committed to continuous innovation and customer satisfaction by providing the most comprehensive, easy to integrate, and reliable AI-boosted, geospatial video analytics and sensor fusion software solutions for borders and critical infrastructure. Larry Bowe Jr., CEO, said, “We are pleased to share just some of our progress bringing new capabilities to market in our last few major software releases. This is one of the many reasons why PureTech was named in a recent industry report and received two Govies Awards.”
The PSA Network announced the lineup of sponsors for PSA TEC 2023 (TEC) in Dallas, Texas, May 1-4. TEC 2023 is exclusive to PSA owners, members and sponsors providing premier educational content and networking opportunities between integrators and technology partners. Over the four days, integrators will meet one-on-one with technology partners during TECTalks and visit Signature, Title and Premier sponsor rooms reserved for product showcases, demonstrations and meetings.
Johnson Controls will speak on informative panel sessions and exhibit its next-generation security solutions at the Global Security Exchange (GSX). Executives will participate in the following panel sessions to discuss closing the gender gap in the security workforce and managing security risks linked to the Internet of Things (IoT). The company showcased technologies from Johnson Controls Open Innovation (JCI Open Innovation) and its Global Center of Excellence Network that further demonstrate Johnson Controls dedication to driving the future of security.