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News P.R.O. (engl)

In 2016, the LASER curtain range were still growing !!
To preserve your investment the range becomes scalable !

Codine introduced the smallest LASER sensors on the market for artworks protection !
only 20 mm thick !

Finally a miniature laser detector,
for maximum discretion!

Smaller, more aesthetic, cheaper but just as effective!
it’s all you’ve been waiting for !!

Available in White and Black

Codine will exhibit at :
SITEM 2017 (Paris) :
from 10 to 12 January 2017, "Docks" Cité de la mode & du Design, Stand D16
Be first to discover our new product lines !


december 2 2015 :
Codine won the Trends Business Tour ,
through its innovation and sustainability qualities of the contest themes.
Prize awarded by the business Trends-Tendances magazine

Solutions PRO

Perennial Solutions .. in all serenity!

The Close Protection of Artworks ( P.R.O. ) solutions of CODINE are robust, scalable and built to last, without requiring annual license fee or obligation to subscribe to a maintenance contract, routine maintenance can be regularly performed by the end user.
the client remains in control of his system without recurring costs.

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Because each work, each site, each configuration, and each mode of intervention is specific, CODINE provides a solution for each & every situation, taking into account security considerations, existing intervention means and scalability wishes, in accordance with the available budget.

As well as the renowned electromagnetic sensing cocoon, CODINE uses complementary technologies such as : seismic detectors, magnetic, gravimetric, photo-cells, volumetric...

CODINE offers the most exciting and complete range of detectors & specialised services for items to be protected while on display to the public available at present. It provides the ideal complement to any anti-intrusion and/or access control system during periods of activity.

THE CONCEPT OF SECURITY IN AN ARTISTIC ENVIRONMENT

Truly effective surveillance is never accomplished solely by human or material means, but by a combination of complementary, interwoven methods, as each site has its own special features.

The final choice depends on several criteria, including :
- the location and type of site;
- the constraints inherent in the site;
- the risk;
- the level of security required;
- the human and other means required;
- how long the site has to be protected;
- the available budget.

The performance attained by our systems depends on the effectiveness with which the study of each site is performed and the experience of the designer
...and on the care taken in the installation.