Starcom systems celebrates award success at IFSEC, UK

Starcom Systems Ltd. (www.starcomsystems.com) is a worldwide leader in GPS tracking and monitoring solutions for vehicle fleets, goods, containers and people. We are proud to announce that the Watchlock intelligent high security padlock has recently won the prestigious award: “Physical Security Product of the Year” (May 14th, 2012). The award was granted by the IFSEC International 2012, Security Industry Awards event held in Birmingham, UK. IFSEC is the largest show in the world for Commercial and Government Security.

The WatchLock from Starcom Systems and Mul-T-Lock® is the first padlock that combines a high security padlock with advanced technological GPS locating system. The system is using SIM card based communication technologies to provide real time event and location information (RTLS – Real Time Locating System)  through email, text message or web based application.

WatchLock is the result of cooperative efforts by Mul-T-Lock® and Starcom Systems, two industry leaders, whose experience, professionalism, and innovation ensure a high-quality, uncompromising product that will provide the solution for real needs. Mul-T-Lock® is fully owned by ASSA ABLOY the world-leading supplier of total door opening solutions, a multinational company.

Mr. Avi Hartmann, Starcom Systems’ CEO said during IFSEC that he was very proud to devote Starcom Systems’ R&D department for newly and upgrading this smart padlock. see a link to the video: //youtu.be/6Y1r27zWsqM.

Mr. Steve Ross, Managing Director for Mul-T-Lock®, UK said: “This enables Mul-T-Lock® to demonstrate an acute ability to offer award winning electromechanical product solutions.”

The Watchlock was honoured and approved by the ELF forum (European Locksmith Federation) – The official organization of padlocks in Europe, see a link to an official letter on the Watchlock winning award//bit.ly/K9TPop

For further information please contact:
Ms. Nurit Shai
International Marketing Manager
nurit@starcomsystems.com

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