Magos Systems Partners With Netwatch on Customer Video Intelligence Expansion

Collaboration between Magos Systems and Netwatch North America will bring more information to customers more quickly.

Magos Systems Partners With Netwatch on Customer Video Intelligence Expansion

Magos and Netwatch are teaming up to give customers actionable intelligence.

REHOVOT, Israel  — Radar detection technology provider Magos is teaming up with proactive video monitoring platform Netwatch North America on a technology partnership that the companies say will “bring actionable intelligence when deploying a radar detection system.”

“By combining Magos radars with Netwatch’s proactive video monitoring solution, security leaders realize enhanced visibility and informed response,” the joint press release says. “AI-filtered alerts supported by Netwatch’s highly trained operators result in reduced false alarms.”

“By combining Magos radars with the Netwatch proactive video monitoring service, customers gain greater situational awareness and the ability to detect and respond to perimeter breaches, whether it is an intruder entering a secure facility or simply a false alarm caused by an animal entering the field of view,” said Yaron Zussman, General Manager, Magos Americas, in the joint announcement.

Magos’ partnership with Netwatch adds more capabilities to radar detection systems.

Why Magos Partnered With Netwatch

Netwatch North America says its proactive video monitoring service was developed to help stop crimes before they happen. Its personalized audio voice downs stop crime on 98% of occasions across retail shops, cannabis sellers, auto dealerships, wineries and parking facilities, the company says.

Magos Systems radars are deployed in substations, car lots, data centers, critical infrastructure and other sites needing perimeter protection beyond basic surveillance. The company offers a radar system at a variety of ranges that uses MIMO technology to transmit and receive more data at a higher rate of speed.
“Through our partnership with Magos Systems, we are enhancing our customers’ situational awareness and their ability to detect and respond to perimeter breaches,” said Justin Wilmas, President, Netwatch North America, in the joint announcement.

“Together we are reducing false positives and increasing the accuracy in detecting and classifying objects,” he said. “This collaboration ensures that our customers receive only the most relevant and actionable information, enabling more efficient and effective security measures.”

Magos radars combine MASS and advanced AI algorithms, to provide video-based object classification, including people, vehicles, and boats. Known as MASS+AI, it can also filter out irrelevant alerts caused by wildlife and fauna without compromising threat detection.

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