Canadian manufacturer Senstar-Stellar Corporation has won a contract to supply video surveillance equipment for 27 prisons in Canada.
Canadian manufacturer Senstar-Stellar Corporation has won a contract to supply video surveillance equipment for 27 prisons in Canada. In addition, parent company Magal won an order to protect a new military base in Israel.
The two projects are to be completed before the end of this year. Jacob Even-Ezra, Chairman of Magal, said: ?These two projects reflect once more Magal’s capability to provide a wide range of products and solutions in the outdoor security systems field, ranging from different types of security technologies, installation and integration to providing complete turnkey projects.? Senstar-Stellar has been awarded a contract to supply and install more than 700 security cameras and video surveillance equipment to 27 Correctional Service Canada (CSC) facilities across Canada. This requirement is part of CSC’s ongoing security infrastructure upgrades. Magal?s order to protect a new base of the Israeli Army calls for Magal’s electronic sensors combined with a Video Motion Detection System to be installed on the fence surrounding the new military base, all controlled by Magal?s Security Management System, MagNet. Magal acts in this project as a subcontractor to Motorola, which is responsible for all the low voltage systems in this project.