La Marvella is a luxury boutique hotel located in the Jayanagar suburb of Bangalore. A part of the Best Western Premier group, the hotel prides itself for being an oasis of tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of a large city. The hotel offers services to meet the varied demands for all segments, be it corporate or leisure, and is focused on ensuring that its service and hospitality match up to the highest international standards.
Opened by Her Majesty the Queen in June 2012 as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations, the Western Health and Social Care Trust's South West Acute Hospital is a brand new, state of the art development located north of Enniskillen in Northern Ireland. Fire and security integrator BPS was awarded a contract by NIHG to install the CCTV security system. It recognized the risks associated with such a complex installation comprising multiple facilities and thousands of people to monitor and protect and proposed the use of the latest security technology.
Lugano is situated in the very south of Switzerland idyllically at the shore of the lake that owes his name to the city. As with everything else, people in Switzerland place great importance on smooth perfection. For this reason the "Polizia Città di Lugano" has integrated numerous different information, process and alarm systems into a functional unit.
Students and local residents will feel safer as Samsung Techwin DVRs are at the heart of new CCTV systems installed by Link CCTV Systems at eight University of London Halls of Residence buildings. As well as the cameras, a new control room has been set up.
Spanish security specialist Omega Seguridad has already secured over 20 solar parks across Spain and its neighboring countries. The company always tries to convince its customers to install thermal imaging cameras for perimeter protection and surveillance projects. One recent example is a solar park surveillance project in Sebis, Romania, using FLIR's SR series of surveillance cameras offering high-quality thermal imaging in any night- or daytime environmental conditions.
Vivotek is honored to announce its achievement as one of the top 10 most influential smart HD cameras brand in China in 2013. The brand selection activity is cosponsored by China Public Security Publisher, CPS, World Brand of Security Products, and China Public Security Research Institute Limited. The purpose of this election activity is to advocate the innovative technology and products of China's security companies, and the importance of brand value for these companies to achieve continuous development and sustainable operation.
Following the formation of Eyevis UK in the Summer of 2007, the company installed its first ever UK control room video wall system at Wakefield Metropolitan Borough Council Urban Traffic and CCTV control room during September 2007, six years ago. Since the installation was completed, the control room and video wall system have been in constant 24/7 365 days a year operation, helping to keep the council's regions and inhabitants safe and to record video evidence that has been used in thousands of court prosecutions to bring people to justice.
CEM Systems, a division of Tyco Security Products, has announced that the Central Bank of Nigeria has selected their AC2000 SE access control and security management system to secure many of its premises across Nigeria. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is charged by the Federal Republic of Nigeria with the overall control and administration of the monetary and financial sector policies of the Federal Government.
Reverse vandalism: CCTV footage seen by millions of people around the world shows that CCTV surveillance isn't always about crime.
A few months ago in Boston, Lincolnshire, the myth surrounding the idea that CCTV is used only as a deterrent to stop crime was well and truly exploded. On prime-time television, viewers around the globe witnessed a group of youths bending a previously vandalised bike-rack back into position, with CCTV images broadcasting the whole incident with crystal-clear quality.
Dealing with legacy systems is a repetitive problem in the security management industry. Meeting the security policy with legacy systems can be tough, maintenance is expensive and integration with other systems is challenging at best; the problems associated with legacy systems are well known.