Innovative secure technologies from Spinnaker – protecting cash and assets, and reducing theft the world over.
Spinnaker – world leaders in intelligent cash protection solutions, designed and manufactured in Cornwall, South West England.
Over 50,000 cash and asset protection systems in daily use around the world safeguarding the cash in transit, banking and retail sectors.
With a global network of service centres, Spinnaker delivers after-sales care and support to minimise disruption to your operation.
Secure innovative solutions for the safe storage and transport of cash and high value assets.
Real life case studies explain how Spinnaker’s smart cash and asset protection technology reduces risk and cuts costs.
Learn about Spinnaker, where we are today and how we fit into the cash security industry.
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The International Banknote Society has published the winner of it’s prestigious ‘Banknote of the Year’ award for 2016. The Swiss National Bank was voted this eminent distinction for the 50 franc note.
With over 120 banknotes issued in 2016, the competition was significant with runners-up including the Maldives Islands 1000 …
Amazon Go is the latest attempt by an e-commerce and software services company to enter the physical world. (Like Tron, but backwards).
The Amazon Go concept is a retailer (grocer in this instance), where you walk in, grab what you want and Just Walk Out™ (…
Rabobank in the Netherlands is employing security guards at ATM locations which have residential properties above or adjacent to them.
In April residents of 16 homes had to be evacuated after an ATM attack which used explosive materials to gain access to the ATM contents. Residents …
Link has launched an ATM finder app showing the location of all 70,000 Link ATMs.
The app is fully accessible for visually impaired people and uses voiceover technology and geo-location. It was developed with the support of the Thomas Pocklington Trust, a sight loss charity.