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Protection from vehicle-borne explosives

16 January 2009

Simtix has introduced the latest version of its “Simtix: Perimeter Guardian (SPG)” vehicular threat assessment system. SPG integrates undercarriage imaging and license plate scanning technologies with advanced security device management systems into an advanced perimeter security system that protects facilities from vehicular threats. The latest version of SPG features image capture and management; full traffic control; vehicle history; alarms; and report generation.

Wafic Faraj, CEO Simtix
Wafic Faraj, CEO Simtix

“More organisations are realising the importance of deploying smarter and more effective security measures in light of today’s challenging global socio-political and economic landscapes. At Simtix, we recognise that there are other highly-specialised companies that can build superior security hardware and hence we are adopting an approach whereby we are not trying to reinvent security technologies; we integrate the world’s best hardware products to create compelling, fully-integrated systems to protect critical infrastructure and assets,” said Wafic Faraj, CEO, Simtix.

The radio frequency ID-based technology monitors and protects facilities via advanced surveillance, tracking and identity verification technologies. SFG will allow authorised security personnel to track both people and assets in real-time without disrupting legitimate activities and immediately generate automatic alerts when security breaches occur.

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