Senstar delivers security systems for Nato's military camps
Magal Security Systems subsidiary Senstar has completed the delivery of its security systems to Nato.
The perimeter electronic security systems (ESS) will be used at Nato's rapidly deployable military camps worldwide.
Serving as operation headquarters, Nato's military camps can accommodate hundreds of troops and support staff.
According to the company, the installation of ESS is believed to augment existing security at the camps and provide greater protection for camp operations, equipment and personnel.
Magal Security Systems CEO Saar Koursh said: "We are very pleased with our successful delivery of these important systems to Nato and we look forward to working closely with Nato personnel in the coming weeks as we train them on our systems.
“The original Nato tender specifically looked for robust and high-quality equipment, capable of being mounted, connected and dismounted rapidly and modular and flexible to meet multiple camp layouts and personnel numbers.”
Training for the security systems is expected to be completed in early 2017.
Koursh further added: "Particularly in North America, we see further future demand for our full security solutions for deployable military camps and we look forward to further growth in this business in the coming years."
Senstar produces perimeter intrusion detection technology, including fence and wall-mounted, buried, fibre-optic, electrostatic and barrier sensors.