Mar. 14, 2013
The security industry is feeling the impact of two major trends: globalization and ongoing technological development. Multinational enterprise, convergence of IT and physical security systems, compliance issues and legislation - all are influencing access control systems. Nedap is responding to and incorporating these trends into its products. Time for a look at today's challenges and how AEOS is being adapted to them. moreMar. 12, 2013
Axxon Next is a new-generation video management software that is based on open standards to offer an open platform. It is a user-friendly, intuitive system that lets security personnel get started quickly and easily without needing to learn complicated workflows and procedures. The ergonomic interface simplifies usability and makes it easy to access the system's full functionality right away.
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If you have used any means of public transportation recently, you have almost certainly noticed that security measures have been continuously stepped up in recent years. Since al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's killing by U.S. Forces in May 2011, many Americans as well as those living in other major cities worldwide are still anxious of a retaliatory terrorist attack today. Security threats can also be countered by alert members of the public who report suspicious activity or items quickly by using dedicated communications systems. moreMar. 05, 2013
IQ in Vision has been designing, manufacturing and marketing the IQ eye line of HD megapixel IP cameras since 1998. The company with its headquarters in San Juan Capistrano, California has announced through its regional office in Amsterdam that the Elkerliek Hospital in the Netherlands has chosen their HD megapixel cameras for its recent upgrade to IP video surveillance. moreFeb. 28, 2013
Mighty oaks from little acorns grow, and in the case of Heitel, part of the Australian Xtralis group, they planted one on fertile land when they decided to exhibit at Intersec in Dubai in 2008. From just a small presence at the show they hoped first of all to find a local sales and support partner for their security video transmission product range. In fact they stumbled across a major contract to equip the Dubai police force. moreFeb. 26, 2013
With the presentation of its Technology Partner Program (TPP) at the Security Essen trade fair, Bosch Security Systems has enabled inter-operable solutions that fit any application's specific needs. The web-based platform assists customers in identifying compatible video surveillance hardware or software solutions that will seamlessly inter-operate with an existing Bosch installation. moreFeb. 21, 2013
The core of Aycliffe Secure Center‘s business is based on its ability to provide a safe and secure environment for its young residents who are between the ages of 11 and 17. It offers high quality, secure accommodation, as well as education and assessment prior to the reintegration of adolescent individuals back into the community. moreFeb. 14, 2013
One of the UK's most famous international sporting venues - the Kia Oval in South London - has put its trust in Samsung DVRs to record video of crowd activity during match days.
The Kia Oval in South London regularly hosts international cricket matches, as well as being the home of Surrey County Cricket Club. It is understandably determined to maintain its reputation for being a safe and secure environment for its visitors and staff. more