Magos wins Brazil contract
Magos Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of state of the art affordable radars that have revolutionized the way perimeter security is viewed, has won the 3C Smart City challenge for the Smart City of Croatá being built in Brazil.…

Magos Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of state of the art affordable radars that have revolutionized the way perimeter security is viewed, has won the 3C Smart City challenge for the Smart City of Croatá being built in Brazil.

This radar will be deployed in the Smart City project both at the construction phase of the project and the safe keeping of the city later on.

The company beat twelve Israeli tech firms participated in the final stage of the Challenge held in Tel Aviv with cooperation from the Brazilian government, Italian group Planet Idea, the Tel Aviv University and Tyco Innovation.

The studies have shown that the Smart City initiatives worldwide will reach revenues of $1.1 trillion in 2019.

Magos offers highly advanced, solid state radars for perimeter security applications at a low cost with minimum installation and maintenance requirements.

It has worldwide footprint including cooperation with FLIR Systems, Tyco Security, Panasonic and other large scale security firms and integrators.

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