Magal Security Announces Turnkey Project for Mexican VIP Residence 

All of the Israeli company's major proprietary platforms and products are to be deployed for the project

Israel's Magal Security Systems, a leading provider of comprehensive physical, video and access control security products and solutions, as well as critical site management, announced Monday a new turnkey security project for a Mexican VIP residence.

The project features all of the company's major proprietary products and platforms. Magal Security's Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system, FORTIS 4G Command and Control, will holistically integrate the customer's Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS), installed by Magal's Mexican subsidiary. FORTIS 4G's centralized proprietary software completely integrates the entire security and operational systems, allowing the security teams to make effective, real-time decisions on events.

In addition to the FORTIS 4G Command and Control platform, the customer committed to a long-term service contract for Senstar's Symphony VMS video management software with video analytics. The customer selected Symphony, which will replace a prior VMS software, for its enhanced analytics capabilities and device-vendor agnostic flexibility. Symphony, with its portfolio of innovative solutions, reduces overall costs of security operations by streamlining inputs into one source and providing more effective surveillance measures. Together, FORTIS 4G and Symphony offer the customer versatility to implement additional technology into the residential security system.

Dror Sharon, CEO of Magal, said, "We are proud of our Latin American team, who has expanded its relationship and showcased its professionalism with this customer since implementing our PIDS solutions in late 2019. The new contracts for Symphony and FORTIS 4G engage Magal in a long-term commitment to provide critical support as the facility expands and improves the security standards for its residents.  This VIP residence is an excellent reference for Magal to leverage in this highly lucrative segment of the Latin American market and drive future growth."

Meanwhile, a special digital edition of Cybertech for Latin America is to be held on August 11. The online conference will bring together government officials, industry experts, academics, leading companies and startups from all over the region. More information about the event can be found here.