SECTOR Security Incubator

Successful growth of Security Valley requires the presence of an operational innovative tool for cluster members. SECTOR Security Incubator fits very well into this role, having contributed to the realization of over 20 new security companies over the last three years.

SECTOR Security Incubator's focus encompasses more than ICT security alone, but this field has become a natural part of most innovative security projects these days. Good examples of successful projects evolved inside the incubator include the two companies which are now entering the international market with the next generation technology for Gun Safety and Weapon Management Safety, two areas where security and safety are of optimal importance.


One of these companies is Raufoss Ammunisjonsfabrikker AS which developed advanced gun safe systems. The gun safes are based on innovative and unique technology, compact and very lightweight, yet fulfilling all applicable international standards. After the start with solutions for private weapon holder, the professional range followed including weapon safety solutions for all relevant purposes.


The second project is Intelligent Weapon Management Systems from SFAS Security Ltd. These systems deal with the issue of the location of the weapon at any given time. Therefore WemaSys was developed, a complete weapon management system that keeps real-time track on any weapon or object. Additionally, if the weapon is stolen or missing, WemaSys provides the technology needed to track it down. SFAS Security offers a wide range of customized products when it comes to preventing unauthorized admittance of lethal weapons and attractive objects in general.


These and other companies have, and will continue to benefit from SECTOR Security Incubator's innovative activities within the broad range of ICT Security and beyond.

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