Teledyne FLIR and Magos introduce perimeter security partnership

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Teledyne FLIR and Magos Systems have announced a technology partnership that will introduce a new end-to-end perimeter intrusion detection system (PIDS).

The companies have unveiled an integration between Teledyne FLIR‘s thermal security cameras and Magos’ radar technology and AI software capabilities.

According to the organizations, when integrated with FLIR United VMS, a family of network video recorders built on a customizable open platform, Teledyne FLIR’s pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) thermal cameras and Magos Systems’ radars, alongside its advanced MASS software, provide users with complete situational awareness for perimeter security.

This early detection capability classifies potential threats long before they reach the perimeter and filters out false alarms triggered by wildlife and fauna.

This also creates a comprehensive perimeter security system for detecting, classifying and tracking potential threats under any weather and lighting conditions, even in complex and cluttered environments.

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 “This partnership further solidifies our commitment to equipping security teams with solutions that empower them to protect their facilities and personnel in all conditions,” said Matt Strautman, Director of Global Business Development, Security, at Teledyne FLIR.

“Magos Systems’ radar technology is renowned for its resolution and coverage in the security industry, making it an ideal complement to our expansive portfolio of perimeter protection solutions.”

“We believe that true innovation in security lies at the intersection of technology and effectiveness,” said Yaron Zussman, Magos Americas GM.

“Our partnership with Teledyne FLIR is a testament to our commitment to providing cutting-edge perimeter protection solutions that enhance security and redefine the industry’s standards.

“With the seamless integration of our MASS solution with FLIR’s visible and thermal PTZ cameras and VMS, the security teams get the most relevant alerts to react in real-time.”

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