Day: March 31, 2016

Kirintec’s K-Cutter miniature explosive wire cutting

Please take a look out the latest datasheet for our electronic wire cutter known as the K-Cutter. High level engineering, rigorous testing and repeat customer orders should all assure you of performance. Our clever cutter provides the correct capability needed.

Successful First for Milestone Systems

Successful First for Milestone Systems

Milestone Systems exhibited for the first time at the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR) in Abu Dhabi. Milestone Systems, the open platform company in networked video management software (VMS), joined more than 500 international and regional companies exhibiting at ISNR last week.

Zaun Group on diplomatic mission

A fictional embassy secured by an integrated perimeter protection solution from the Zaun Group was the stand-out highlight of the 2016 Security & Policing (S&P) show.

Xtralis smoke detectors and PRO E-PIR detectors win Gold

Xtralis announced that the VESDA-E VEU aspirating smoke detector and ADPRO PRO-E 400H passive infrared (PIR) long-range detector have both won prestigious MTP Gold Medals, to be awarded at SECUREX 2016 International Security Exhibition on 25-28 April 2016 in Poznan, Poland.

Continental Arena relies on Panomera® sensor technology

When it comes to video security technology, the new Continental Arena in Regensburg has taken its place alongside such illustrious venues as the Allianz Arena in Munich or the Berlin Olympiastadion: the Regensburgers are placing their trust in Panomera® multifocal sensor technology from Dallmeier.

Introducing Kirintec’s REBUS ballistic tent

We are proud to present the next innovative product in our series of electronic countermeasures – the REBUS ballistic tent. The Kirintec team has just launched this exceptional product, to assist public safety officials who discover suspect RCIEDs (radio controlled improvised explosive devices).

Promise Technology addresses the recording and storage needs

Everywhere you look around Qatar it’s obvious – the country is preparing for something big. Ever since the small and rich country was awarded the 2022 FIFA World Cup, preparations have been underway to build new stadiums, hotels, roads and even a new rail network. A reported $200bn will go into these infrastructure projects – with an estimated $22bn worth of new contracts available in 2016 alone.

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