|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
YAHUD, Israel, August 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Magal Security Systems, Ltd. (NASDAQ: MAGS) announced today that it recently received a number of new contracts, amounting to more than $4 million.
One of the contracts, amounting to almost $2 million, is for a dual technology smart fence (taut wire and vibration sensors) for a homeland security application in Israel.
Magal also received approximately $500,000 in orders for its latest fiber sensor technology to secure industrial sites and sea-ports in South-East Asia and the USA.
The balance of the orders were for a mix of products and projects including the expansion of a Ramat Ha'sharon safe city project in Israel and a smart robust grid to secure water canals in a nuclear power plant located in the Far-East.
Eitan Livneh, President and CEO of Magal S3, commented: "Following our strategic acquisition of long range fiber optic PIDS technology, we are definitely seeing strong traction for this technology. I am also encouraged by the ongoing receipt of follow-on orders from our existing customers."
About Magal S3
Magal S3 is a leading international provider of solutions and products for physical and cyber security, as well as safety and site management. Over the past 42 years, Magal S3 has delivered tailor-made security solutions and turnkey projects to hundreds of satisfied customers in over 80 countries - under some of the most challenging conditions.
Magal S3 offers comprehensive integrated solutions for critical sites, managed by Fortis4G - our 4th generation, cutting-edge Physical Security Information Management system (PSIM). The solutions leverage our broad portfolio of homegrown Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems (PIDS), advanced outdoors CCTV / IVA technology and Cyber Security solutions.
For more information:
Eitan Livneh, President & CEO
Assistant: Ms. Elisheva Almog
E-mail: [email protected]
GK Investor Relations
Ehud Helft/Kenny Green
Tel: (US) +1-646-201-9246
Int'l dial: +972-3-607-4717
E-mail: [email protected]
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