Ottawa-based Senstar, a video management, analytics and perimeter intrusion detection systems company, marks 40 years since its incorporation in 1981.
Upon establishing itself, Senstar’s mission was to introduce security technologies intended for military use to the commercial market. According to a press release, the company had one facility with seven employees when it first started. Presently, the company has service centres around the world and sells its products in more than 100 countries.
“The past few years have been particularly significant for Senstar, with the addition of video management, video analytics, and access control technologies to our already extensive perimeter intrusion detection product portfolio,” said Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Weese, in a press release.
“Having such a wide range of products has allowed our engineering teams to develop innovative, multi-layer security solutions that address and solve key problems.”
A key example of this approach to security is the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform with sensor fusion engine — a modular solution for security management and data intelligence.
“As we celebrate Senstar’s beginnings and applaud its journey to date, we also look ahead to an exciting future as a trailblazer in the security industry,” said Managing Director Fabien Haubert, in a company statement.
“We will continue to expand and evolve solution development to meet customer needs in our key markets–utilities, logistics, corrections, and energy.”
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