GUTS (the largest security company in Thailand) has just purchased a Command & Control system from OCTOPUS.
Israeli startup Octopus, which develops security technologies, today announced the completion of a $5.25 million financing round from Canadian venture capital fund AWZ Homeland Security.
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull attended an economic event with the participation of approximately 500 Australian and Israeli businesspeople..."
"The OCTOPUS PSIM takes the guesswork out of our client’s security management by unifying disparate security devices and information systems into one converged platform"
"Through its Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) System Octopus provides a tailored solution that makes the management of different security systems easier..."
"This versatility positions Octopus to be able to handle the security needs of large scale facilities such as airports,
hospitals, factories, and commercial buildings..."
"Octopus is taking the idea of a security control room and bringing it to the cloud. The platform allows security teams to access the relevant data..."
"An Israeli company has come up with a solution to help critical facilities stay safe: OCTOPUS is a new and innovative Physical Security Information Management system..."
High-tech homeland security company CEO Tal Bar Or tells “Globes” about Europe's need for advanced homeland security solutions.
"Octopus, an Israeli startup, gives surveillance personnel more flexibility while enhancing security. Combining a comprehensive software with a robust smart phone application..."
The French High Committee for Civil Defence (HCFDC) is animating the "Major Risks" area of the 19th Milipol Paris exhibition with 4 half-hour interactive talk-shows a day bringing together four experts.
"The system that Octopus has built looks so good that it is scary. When a crisis hits, the most important factors for success lay in their ability to respond quickly and have a clear picture of all the players in the field...."