Electronic Control Security Inc. and Balinor International's anti-piracy technology.
CLIFTON, N.J., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Electronic Control Security, Inc. (ECSI) announced today that it has entered into an exclusive worldwide marketing and sales agreement with Balinor International, LLC to market the Company's new leading-edge maritime Anti-Piracy Technology, APT. APT is a comprehensive integrated application of ECSI's proprietary perimeter security systems, in concert with its 30+ years of expertise protecting sensitive installations from approach and intrusion. The APT System Solution provides automated, seamless integration of the most advanced small-target radar, ECSI-exclusive long range day/night cameras and thermal imaging systems, and a long range acoustic device (LRAD) that generates high-clarity voice commands and focused, high-irritant deterrent tones.
"I believe this is the most exciting technology to enter the maritime anti-piracy realm to date," said Norman Barta, CEO of Balinor. "We've examined the spectrum of offerings in this arena, and to our knowledge, ECSI's APT is the only truly comprehensive solution to the anti-piracy issue, offering automated and integrated long-range detection, identification, tracking, recording, communication and deterrence. We feel privileged to have this opportunity to bring APT to the maritime marketplace."
Arthur Barchenko, President and CEO, stated, "We're pleased to welcome Balinor International on board as the marketing resource for our advanced Anti-Piracy Technology. APT includes our most advanced integrated long-range perimeter security systems to provide an inviolable vessel perimeter at sea. With the continuing rise in piracy events, we believe this is one of our most important, and potent, security offerings to date. With Balinor's resources in the U.S. and Europe, we're confident that APT will be a valuable contributor to ECSI's bottom line in the coming year."