PSA announces new partnership with Magos Systems

April 27, 2022
Company’s radars offer best-in-class resolution and coverage
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“Magos’ radar and artificial intelligence (AI) technology is an exciting addition to our network of partners,” said Chris Salazar-Mangrum, PSA’s vice president of technology partners. “PSA supports Magos’ vision to provide supreme outdoor security solutions based on disruptive technologies and we know this partnership will greatly benefit our progressive integrators.”

Magos’ radars have the best-in-class resolution and coverage, offering supreme detection under all weather and lighting conditions even in highly challenging, cluttered environments. Relying on cutting-edge radar technologies such as MIMO, digital beamforming and an unrivalled number of channels, Magos’ radars achieve perfect detection performance for all types of threats.

“We are very excited to partner with PSA,” said Yaron Zussman, Magos’ general manager of the Americas. “PSA members and owners represent the top system integrators in the industry. As we continue to grow in the Americas, we believe working with PSA is a natural next step and will empower strategic long-term partnerships within the network.”

The advantages of Magos’ systems include a wide coverage with 100-120 degree azimuth, 30 degrees in elevation, all-weather, minimal infrastructure and low maintenance. Likewise, it eliminates the need for constant monitoring of multiple video channels and greatly reduces nuisance & false alarms with the infusion of AI technology and target classification.

With much demand from end users, Magos technology is being utilized in multiple verticals including utilities, data centers, agriculture, education, solar farms, airports, car lots, correctional facilities and many more. Likewise, it offers seamless integration with most existing manufacturers of PTZ cameras, video management and access control systems.

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