SensoGuard supplies another 50 underground sensor systems to Defense Ministry

The company also won a contract to secure a 40-km-long infrastructure facility in Africa

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Israel's SensoGuard, which develops and manufactures a wide range of security products and solutions based on seismic technology, reported this weekend that it supplied another order of 50 unattended ground sensor (UGS) systems to the Israeli Ministry of Defense.

SensoGuard offers several UGS tactical systems that it says are battlefield-proven, battery operated for years, plug & play, maintenance free, and immune to environmental conditions. The company's tactical kits have been in use by the Israeli MoD since 2013, and the company is working closely with several field units to receive feedback and requests for changes or modifications.

SensoGuard COO Ronen Amitai said: "The receiving of repeat orders from the Israeli MoD indicates the client’s confidence and high satisfaction from our systems and after-sales services. The open and professional discussion between SensoGuard and the MoD serves both sides. We are learning every year how to make our systems better, smarter and more efficient."

Meanwhile, the company reported that at the end of August it won a contract to secure a 40-km-long infrastructure facility in Africa. SensoGuard's buried intrusion detection system InvisiFence will be installed at the site, with seismic sensors creating a virtual fence of 8m width and 25m depth. The system continuously analyzes real-time signals and searches for patterns of footsteps, digging or vehicle activity. The InvisiFence system will be installed in addition to thermal PTZ cameras, and both will be fully integrated into the command and control software.