BEI Security Announces MarineNet

Monday, March 15, 2010

Houston-based, BEI Security announced the availability of MarineNet, an above water and underwater security intrusion detection system for commercial and military facilities. MarineNet can be installed underwater in one of two configurations:
•    Marine RIGID System - whereby the net is connected to existing poles, well suited for oil rigs and shallow areas.
•    Marine FLOATING System – whereby the net is connected to floating buoys, well suited for quick spreading in harbors, for surrounding vessels and offshore deep water areas.

(www.BEISecurity.com)

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