Jan. 19, 2012
City of Westminster College has invested in the latest IP Video technology from IndigoVision to provide integrated CCTV surveillance for its new flagship campus. Opened in January 2011, the £102m project involved the re-development of the College's former Paddington Green site in Central London into a new state-of-the-art Campus. moreJan. 17, 2012
From September to October last year GIT-SECURITY.com did ask your opinion about Network Video Surveillance Systems in a Sanyo Sponsored Online Survey. We have now discussed the results and the responses to the questions in the survey with David Hammond, European Sales Manager at Sanyo's video surveillance division.
A network based video surveillance system has substantial advantages compared to traditionally installed analogue based systems. Does the survey reflect this? moreJan. 16, 2012
One of the most well-known public announcements worldwide urges passengers on the London Underground to watch out for the gap between the rail car and the platform. The same warning though must be heeded by security chiefs responsible for the various types of public transport. With 10 % of the inland traveling public in Europe using buses and coaches and another 7.5 % using railways, trams and metro systems - the others go by car - the transport authority has an obvious duty to ensure their security end-to-end, with no gaps. moreJan. 12, 2012
RWE is one of the five leading electricity and gas suppliers in Europe. The concern is active in power generation, energy trade as well as the transport and sale of electricity and gas. Over 70,000 employees supply more than 16 million customers with electricity and around 8 million customers with Gas. In the 2010 business year, RWE achieved a turnover of around € 53 billion. moreJan. 10, 2012
More and more security companies are claiming to be active in the critical infrastructure market, with one of the hottest topics being airports. GIT-SECURITY.com talked to Neville Miles, Head of Security Systems and Portfolio, Siemens Building Technologies, about this market.
How does Siemens view the attractiveness of this space? moreDec. 15, 2011
The increase in overall security threat perceptions has led to a huge increase in investment and expenditure on security infrastructure and commercial security systems by governments, public sector and private sector players in the Middle East region. Therefore commercial security is high on the agenda and is one of the key growth areas at Intersec 2012, the Middle East security, safety and policing industry's business and networking platform to be held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from January 15th to 17th.
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In 2009, when the Grand Casino in Baden in Switzerland upgraded and expanded its video system it chose a Geutebruck high-availability IP solution designed by local system integrators Honegger System Technik. At the time, the design broke new ground by incorporating thirty-five 1.3 megapixel cameras into the 250-camera system and introducing virtual Gevisope platforms to handle the large amount of generated data with high redundancy. moreDec. 13, 2011
Megapixel video is providing superior images, cost savings and delivering excellent return on investment (ROI) for important and well-known casinos throughout the world. For the first time, megapixel cameras can deliver to casino operators the high-quality 25 or 30 frames per second (fps) video mandated by local gaming commissions. more