On the 19th-22nd of March Argus Spectrum International presented Streletz-PRO at the largest exhibition of security and fire protection equipment and products in Russia – Securika Moscow-2019. The innovative wireless fire detection and security system Streletz-PRO won the Best Innovative Product contest which annually takes place as a part of Securika Moscow.
The 25th edition of Securika Moscow broke records with more than 20,000 visitors over 4 days. This year more than 400 companies from 58 countries participated in the trade fair. In total, the exhibition covered over 22,000 m². All visitors to the Argus Spectrum International stand received a comprehensive overview and demonstration of the Streletz-PRO structure, capabilities and product features.
The main highlights of Streletz-PRO
- Self-healing mesh network – wireless detectors automatically choose a parent repeater.
- 10 year battery life.
- 3 seconds activation delay.
- 1200m – communication range between devices.
- High level of radio noise immunity.
- Wireless directional evacuation.
For more information about Streletz-PRO click here.
The Best Innovative Product
This year Streletz-PRO received an award in the category of Integrated Security Systems in The Best Innovative Product contest. The competition has been taking place as part of Securika Moscow annually since 1996 and is recognized by the industry specialists. The aim of the competition is to give exposure to the latest achievements in the security industry. Exhibitors present their new products to a professional audience and get feedback from an expert jury. The main assessment criteria: uniqueness and novelty of the concept, product status (single, series), place of manufacture, quality (improvement in performance compared to its counterparts), fulfilling a niche on the Russian market. The jury includes specialists from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry for Emergencies, VANKB, and professional associations with extensive scientific and practical experience in creating, introducing and certifying security devices.